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Ann-Sofie Back Safety Pin Pieces

Oversize Safety Pins: Love It or Hate It?

The memories I have of safety pinning my clothes all involve either a pesky fit issue or an impending wardrobe malfunction. That being said, I wasn't sure what to make of these pieces from Ann-Sofie Back. They are super cute and look amazingly comfy, but I'm on the fence about having a giant safety pin keeping my pants or blouse together. What do you think – would you make a statement with safety pins?

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Anjellarok Anjellarok 4 years
I use to have one of these to close my plaid wrap skirt. Yes...old like me. Leave it in the past.
theCatsPajamas theCatsPajamas 5 years
ooh, i'm so on the fence -- it's a fine styling line between diaper and edgy. also, i'd be worried about looking like a faux punk.... i seem to remember in high school that i ripped a black shirt from the neck to the wrist and then held it together with safety pins. i also had blue streaks in my hair. yeesh.
Pistil Pistil 5 years
Wow, I think my mom still has a couple of giant saftey pins from way back when.
havoksmane havoksmane 5 years
While I don't like this look very much, I would prefer it if there were more safety pins involved. Avoids the whole Baby Huey look...
sxybtch0280 sxybtch0280 5 years
I was going to say the same thing as Carri! It looks like the girls are on their break from flipping burgers and don't want to lose their safety pin.
Carri Carri 5 years
OK, the people who work at In and Out use those giant safety pins to keep their aprons on. "Different and fun"? I think not.
Talldiva45 Talldiva45 5 years
Also - not a fan of putting holes in clothes I pay good money for.
Talldiva45 Talldiva45 5 years
Do not like. The only way I could see this working is like worn in the last picture - on the side w. a edgy outfit. Not in the middle.
lemuse20 lemuse20 5 years
Nay.The first thing I thought of was a cartoonish baby wearing a diaper with a pin in front...
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