Twenty-three pieces of flair for every outfit (and attitude)
Flair is back in a big way. Stores all over the city are selling ’80s-style pins and patches, ideal for jazzing up distressed denim, V-neck sweaters and even lonely suit lapels. Our favourite options make a definitive statement—even if it’s just a major passion for pizza. Here, 23 ultra-affordable conversation starters.
For the ultra-insouciant (and/or Ice Cube fans). $8. Philistinetoronto.com.
Warning: sporting this pin may inspire dorky 6 God impressions. $12. Octobersveryown.com.
Millennials may want to sew this patch onto their Vespa packs. $7. Soopsoop.ca.
A real-life emoji for eternal optimists. $8. Drakegeneralstore.ca.
For those who adhere to a strict beverage schedule. $11. Valleycruisepress.com.
Beer lovers, unite. $11. Shoplostfound.com.
Sriracha lovers, unite. $12. Philistinetoronto.com.
For unabashed pessimists. $7. Soopsoop.ca.
This pin combo is is pretty, pretty, pretty, pretty, pretty good. $20. Shoplostfound.com.
Because one outfit can never have too much Drizzy. $35. Octobersveryown.com.
A subtle way to ward off time sucks. $8. Philistinetoronto.com.
For understated rebels. $11. Shoplostfound.com.
Because the best Leo is dreamy ’90s Leo. $8. Rosehoundapparel.com.
Fool friends into thinking you’ve finally passed Aqua Quest 8. $6. Drakegeneralstore.ca.
Here’s a Twin Peaks reference (or just a badge of honour for caffeine addicts). $8. Rosehoundapparel.com.
Finally, a way to identify oncoming cat owners. $8. Rosehoundapparel.com.
Here’s a way to communicate Riri levels of badassery. $6. Drakegeneralstore.ca.
It’s the modern day BFF necklace. $11. Valleycruisepress.com.