John Mayer Is Now Selling Expensive Bead Necklaces with His Initials on Them

John Mayer Is Now Selling Expensive Bead Necklaces with His Initials on Them
It must be tough to be adult contemporary Strat-tickler John Mayer these days. He's no longer much of a tabloid fixture, and his songs aren't exactly relevant. After all, none of our bodies are really wonderlands anymore. The poor guy played guitar in the Emmys house band over the weekend and no one really noticed. Rather than throw in the towel, however, he's done what any self-respecting musician would do and started selling beaded necklaces.

Mayer teamed up with New York jeweller George Frost to come up with some extremely expensive versions of the bead necklaces and friendship bracelets that children often make at summer camp.

For $160 USD, you could buy the "double wrap morse necklace," which looks like any other blue necklace from Claire's in the mall, but also happens to have John Mayer's initials on it. If that's a little out of your budget, you could spend a more reasonably $125 on the single wrap version. 

If you're feeling particularly spendy, you could drop a whopping $195 on the rotating "Love Is a Verb" necklace. Or be a (relative) cheapskate and drop $50 on a friendship bracelet. Either way, buy this stuff from John Mayer before he's forced to start hawking his jewellery at subway stations.

Thanks to Spin for the tip.