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Black Friday: RadicalDreams.net

Black Friday: RadicalDreams.net

If I’m being honest, there are times when I decided that I want to buy things to feel better about life. I love the thrill of receiving a package in the mail. Who doesn’t love getting things in the mail? A couple of weeks ago, I had an urge to buy some shit while surfing the world wide web. So, I found myself on etsy and stumbled into some cool pins. They were pro-black themed lapel pins and patches. I scrolled down to the bottom and I noticed that the owner of the shop was a Black woman. At that point, I knew that I’d be giving her my money.

I decided to visit her personal website instead of going through etsy, but I’m sure if you order from the etsy platform, the products and service would still be great. I ordered two pins for myself, a pin for my mom, and a pin for my husband. I chose the “lapel pin set” option. So, I got three pins for $26. Without the set, most of the pins range from $10-12. So, if you're planning to buy more than one pin or patch, you might want to look into saving a few dollars and buying a set. 

The processing and delivery was smooth and quick. When the package arrived, they were individually wrapped and all came with a “Thank You” card with a code for 10% off the next purchase. I decided to put the pins on the lapel of a blue jean jacket, but these would be great for some backpack décor or even some personal flare or a regular collared shirt. To really put the icing on the cake, all of the products benefit community organizations and groups. So, this would be a great way to give back to the community-- if you’re in to that type of thing… which you should be. Take a look below for how I arranged my pins on my Jacket to send a cool message and be sure to check out RadicalDreams.net

Three of the four pins purchased.

Three of the four pins purchased.

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