Help Me Look For Unique Brooches

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  1. OCHANELO

    OCHANELO New Member

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    Hey guys I'm looking for some nice inexpensive brooches .....I dont want the one that look like every girls have them I want some thing pretty unique and not too expensive thnx guys :heart:
     
  2. luvkoshi

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    thrift shops are the way to go- it will all be unique and you'll probably be able to buy more than one thanks to nothing prices. let us know how it goes and post your new brooch booty!
     
  3. OCHANELO

    OCHANELO New Member

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    thnx [/B]luvkoshi I'll try thrift shops that was on my mind too :heart: I refused to pay $30 and up for vintage style reproduction that are selling every where now a days...I mean they are nice but not as nice and as unique as the vintage ones...I should have grab them when my mother cleared out her closet years ago....at that time I was like ewww those are only for old ladies lol
     
  4. Luna

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    ebay... and flea markets
     
  5. kealoha

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    thrift stores, flea markets & ebay.
     
  6. HepburnDivine

    HepburnDivine New Member

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    Why don't you make some yourself? Some pearls, some fabric, some metal string... or something totally weird! Basically, all you need is a pin. It's not as difficult as you might think!
     
  7. cinapuff

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    I have a lot of unique brooches that I've found at flea markets and thrift stores. Most of them are vintage-style and none of them have cost me more than $5.
     

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