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WHO WEARS IT BETTER?

Everyone loves buttons and badges – but some people seem to wear them with more panache than others.  So, just for fun…. who wears it better?

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Jacob Rees-Mogg – seen here at a recent hustings in a rather flamboyant rosette and centre button.

To wear a badge of this size, you certainly need the self-confidence to match.

Bit showy for our liking, but it does grab the attention, so we guess it does the job.

 

 

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Lady Constance Bulwer-Lytton, a.k.a Jane Warton, Suffragette and campaigner – protesting in Liverpool 1910.

Posing as a seamstress (Jane Warton) – the badge and enamel pins fit in well with the outfit.

Not too over-elaborate, but just enough to show alliance and call attention to the cause.

 

 

 

CONCLUSION

We think that Lady Constance pulls it off here.  She shows just how to wear a badge with flair and class.  Sorry Jacob – you forgot the first rule of button wearing: only wear a badge as big as your face if you are under 10 years old.

WINNER:  Lady Constance

WOODEN SPOON BADGE:  JACOB REES-MOGG**

**We don’t actually have a wooden badge for Mr Rees-Mogg – but we CAN recommend one of these:

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1″ button badge £0.85p +pp – available HERE

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Sassiness

Today’s badge has been inspired by the superwoman that is Serena Williams.  Her brilliant reply to racist remarks made about her pregnancy was just as formidable as her performance on the tennis courts.  

 

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25mm badge available HERE

Owning it. As always.