Named after the Unsinkable Molly Brown, a unique woman with gumption and the belief that no one can hold you back. BuDhaGirl’s Molly lariat is a tribute to those who like simple versatility, wear it as a choker, or wrap it around your wrist for a great cuff look, or even simply tied long…really it up to you to give bring your Molly lariat to life. Available in either black or ecru it is finished with a red string tied seven times for protection.
The Molly Lariat is part of BuDhaGirl RED. Hand finished in the US by really nice people with very small hands.
Lariats are 64" long
Margaret Brown was an American socialite, philanthropist, and activist. She became famous when, after surviving the 1912 sinking of the RMS Titanic in Lifeboat No. 6, she exhorted the crew to return to the capsize site to look for survivors. It is unclear whether the boat actually returned to look for survivors, and if so, if any survivors were found. During her lifetime, her friends called her "Maggie", but after her death, a 1960 Broadway musical based on her life and its 1964 film adaptation were each entitled The Unsinkable Molly Brown .
The Brown family acquired great wealth when in 1893 J.J.'s mining engineering efforts proved instrumental in the production of a substantial ore seam at the Little Jonny Mine of his employers, Ibex Mining Company, and he was awarded 12,500 shares of stock and a seat on the board. In Leadville, Margaret helped by working in soup kitchens to assist miners' families.
In 1894, the Browns bought a $30,000 Victorian mansion in Denver, Colorado, and in 1897, they built a summer house, Avoca Lodge in Southwest Denver near Bear Creek, which gave the family more social opportunities. Margaret became a charter member of the Denver Woman's Club, whose mission was the improvement of women's lives by continuing education and philanthropy. Adjusting to the trappings of a society lady, Brown became well-immersed in the arts and fluent in French, German, Italian, and Russian. Brown co-founded a branch in Denver of the Alliance Française to promote her love of French culture.
Mindful Glamour Ritual: Pause. Breathe. Think of your possibilities today. Focus on making the outcomes to your liking. Then…Go. Be it.
Thought: “"Money can't make a man or woman . . . It isn't who you are, nor what you have, but what you are that counts." Molly Brown