Collars and Chains

MrH and I spent quite some time talking collars. He wanted something that I could wear at any time and only he and I would know it’s significance. He started searching for something that would work. Time and time again he came back to the idea of a long silver chain with a ring at one end. This is worn by threading one end through the ring.

I loved it but it wasn’t something I could wear all the time. The free end was long and would easily break if I wore it to bed – and I liked the idea of having a night collar that would perhaps be more suitable and indicative of play.

Getting creative – making collars

So MrH started looking for something and in the end he made this for me to wear at bed time.

Now everyday I could wear my silver chain and know that I am Sirs but to anyone else it’s just a pretty chain. At night MrH takes off my day chain and swaps it for my night collar.

Initially we had thought that there was not necessarily a needed to have collars, after all we’re married, I have a wedding ring. What I have found though is that it really does help me get into the sub head space when my night collar goes on. The day chain enables me to feel close to Sir while I am at work; reminds me that I am his.

2 Replies to “Collars and Chains”

  1. just stumbled on your blog 🙂 I love wearing my collar – a locking steel eternity collar with a ring – worn it 24/7 for a year now (except for a week when I got pneumonia and it felt like it was going to choke me!) – its such a great reminder of my submission to my wife, my place in my life, my promises. My wedding ring symbolises love and honour and faithfulness and all those marriage things. My collar is kind of the same but symbolises obedience, respect, subservience and deference.. Like my wedding ring, I never want to be without it.

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