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  • The Dipper hides headphones in a necklace
  • The Dipper hides headphones in a necklace
    Tinsel (2016) ©
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The Dipper hides headphones in a necklace

Big, bright Beats cans might make you look cool, and understated earbuds might go unnoticed, but there are very few headphones that can be said to actually improve an outfit. Enter The Dipper, a pair of luxury earbuds stored in a necklace that aim to bridge the gap between function and fashion.

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