Fashionable Badges

The young generation likes to be unique. In the middle of the 1960s, Hippie emerged. They pursued love and freedom. They often wore headbands, badges and walk in streets with flowers in hands. The embroidered badges gradually became stylish.

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With the expansive influence of Hippies, the culture of Hippies went into the fashion industry in the 1970s. At that time, to be show their uniqueness, the young wore DIY badges.

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Embroidered badges or slogans in different arrangements express their unique attitudes. Then everyone’s clothes are distinctive. Badge is the symbol of Hippies culture.

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With the prevalence of Punk, those young men liked to use loud music and eccentric styles to express their disappointment to society, and call for love and peace.

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Badge, rivet, leather coat and strange hair styles are classic elements in Punk. Fashionistas wear badges to express themselves.

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Up to now, badges have become the classic in fashion industry. They are often seen on red carpets, at catwalks and during fashion weeks and in even some items of luxury brands.

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In 2018 Oscar Red Carpet, many celebrities wore small badges to express their concerns to some social issues.

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Fashion Week Street Snap

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In the state banquet, Kate wore a yellow ribbon badge, which represents the loyal family.

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Prada’s badge handbag

Do you like to DIY a badge item? Badges on fashion items could make a strong statement about yourself.

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