Monday, August 3, 2015

10 brooches to adorn your fall coats

While cooler weather around the corner may seem gloomy, your outerwear doesn't have to follow suit with these cute brooches.

10 brooches to adorn your fall coats


While cooler weather around the corner may seem gloomy, your outerwear doesn't have to follow suit with these cute brooches.

Sundry Retro Brooch

For the romantic, this pin would look perfect on a navy blazer paired with camel ankle boots. Available at Anthropologie.


Record Player Brooch

Let everyone know your love for vinyl with this mini record player on your lapel. Plus, the record spins! Available at Hannah Zakari.


Favorite Flavor Pin

Your date won't have to do much guesswork to figure out your favorite post-movie snack spot with this cherry red pin. Available at Modcloth.


Finch Brooch

Handmade and covered with real pages from an old copy of To Kill a Mockingbird, this pin will secretly show off your literary smarts. Available at Etsy.

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Tailed and Tiny Pin

Hold down your head scarf on windy days with this friendly mouse pin that will double as a snuggly companion. Available at Modcloth.


Studded Croc Bow Brooch

Tone down the girlieness with this studded brooch and wear it like a bowtie on your collared shirts. Available at Topshop.


Fox Brooch

This adorable pin by Tatty Devine is the perfect friend to make you smile through the chilly air. Available at Karmaloop.


Eliah the Elephant Brooch

Made by Haberdash House, this pin will catch everyone's eye as Eliah shows off his flashy jewel back. Available at Hannah Zakari.


ASOS Stud Collar Brooch with Chain

Simple and delicate, this elegant collar brooch will add interest to neutral outfits. Available at ASOS.


Yazbukey Lady Gaga Brooch

Profess your love for the diva in the most fangirl way imaginable. Approved. Available at Jades24.

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