Not everyone is on board with the safety pin as symbol of solidarity and resistance to racism—it’s being criticized as an emblem of white guilt—and of course just wearing one is not enough; it’s just a gesture, and gestures have to be backed up by actions. But I’ve gotten a few emails, and a text from my much-loved sister in law Shirim asking help in finding safety pin jewelry, and I’ve decided to do a post on it because I believe that these small gestures help us feel better, and that’s worth a lot too. First up: this pendant couldn’t be simpler, and the price is right on point.
A stunning cuff from Giles & Brother.
Also from Giles & Brother, and a good bit splurgier: this chain version, which I really love.
I’ve been wearing a kilt pin, much like this one, on my coat this week.