Handmade from France's famous Limoges porcelain, the brooches ($22-$26) come in three sizes and all feature fun sayings for kids of all ages. Go for a silly saying like "cereal killer" or "you talking to me?" or express your inner Francophile with brooches bearing phrases like "if I had a French accent I would never shut up" and "I speak Franglais." Holiday offerings include brooches saying "I've been good all year" and "I'm a good friend of Santa," along with the design-your-own large brooch, which has "all I want for Christmas is" on top with space below to draw your gift of choice. So what do you think of Oeuf's new brooches? Do they make the perfect kid-cessory, or will you be sticking to old-school buttons? Weigh in below.
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So we're over snake motifs, and on to snake chains, yes? What about a combo? This Elizabeth and James Snake Lapel Pin ($195) is a definite statement piece. The brassy color makes it appear vintage, while the tiered chain lends a whimsical touch. Can you dig it?
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Want an instant injection of fierce? Then you must get one of these Grace Jones Buttons ($3 each). A quickie lesson: She's a Jamaican-American singer, actress, and supermodel whose masculine appearance influenced the cross-dressing movement of the '80s. The image on the pin is from her 1981 album cover for Nightclubbing taken by Jean-Paul Goude. Twenty-five years later, the model and art director reunited on the set of V Magazine's Spring issue for which Jones is a cover girl. Viva, Grace!
The Queen of Rock 'n' Roll is here to make your Halloween a blast. It's time to release that inner diva and shine as one of the sultriest female rockers in history. Tina is known for her legendary legs, lips, and hair, so play up those features in fringe and sequins — definitely something short, sexy, and playful. Maximize your stems in a pair of sexy high heels, don a shaggy Tina wig, and shake your bon-bon!