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But, where to hang such fancy duds? How about something that is fashioned into a metal hook?
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It becomes a decorative, unexpected way to hang your hacking jacket in the hall or your towel in a bathroom.
Horse bust hook, $28, at area Anthropologie stores and www.anthropologie.com.
Janet Bennett Kelly
The Washington Post