Happy Monday! I hope you had a delightful weekend.
Can I share a few finds with you?
These are some pins that I purchased last year. I got them at the Columbus Circle Christmas Market in New York City. The lady who owned the booth sold all sorts of vintage jewelry. I chose the quarter-sized pin because it had my initial. It felt like it belonged to me when I picked it up.
The longer pin, on the other hand, reminded me of something my mom and my aunts owned. Just a little bit of nostalgia.
Who wears pins these days? Well, here's how I would incorporate them in my wardrobe:
I would use it to secure a spring scarf around my neck. This works like a piece of jewelry, instead of wearing a pendant.
The long pin is always handy expecially for wrap blouses or dresses that don't seem to come with a button in the decolletage area. It's a cute accent piece, too.
Now, don't you agree that pins turn blah to TADA!?