5 Girl Power Looks Inspired By Kickass Celesbian-Designed Wildfang Pins

Wildfang has just released an exclusive new collection of pins, designed by some of our favorite celesbians. The collection is called “You Got This,” and it features pep-talk pins that will boost your confidence, inspired by the stories of the designers. Did you ever imagine in your wildest dreams that you could spice up your denim by adding a pin designed by Evan Rachel Wood herself? Congrats, your denim dreams are now a reality.

But the coolest part of this collection is that it supports a badass cause. All of the proceeds from the “You Got This” collection benefit I Am That Girl, an organization dedicated to “building a community for girls to be seen, heard, and belong” and “helping girls transform self-doubt into self-love by providing a safe space to connect and have honest conversations about things that matter.” All in all, this collection is very cool and I put together some looks to inspire you to support this rad cause.

Evan Rachel Wood, Star of Westworld, Bisexual

Don’t you wanna put that motivational “Donut Underestimate Me” pin on one of these backpacks and skateboard away into the sunset? I know Evan Rachel would. (BA-DUM, TSS)

Lynn Gunn, Lead Singer of PVRIS

Hot fashion tip: shoes are the best way to show that you’re uniquely unapproachable and very punk rock. All you need is a pleather jacket and one of these pairs of bad boys and BAM, instant rockstar.

Kelly Sue DeConnick, Comic Book Writer

Prepare yourself, because fashion is veering dangerously close to bringing back all the 2003-2005 era hits, which means you should accept that a trucker hat is going on your head this year. If anyone gives you a second look for this outfit, proudly flash them your “Fin It to Win It” pin. Don’t stress, your style is cutting-edge and they’ll catch up soon.

Khalida Popal, Afghanistan Soccer Star

Choo choo, all aboard the train to trend city where the weather is currently: satin and sneakers. You know who endorses this trend? Party goddess herself, Rihanna. Also, sometimes when I make these collages I get sidetracked by how attractive the models are (dear diary I AM SO GAY) so I distract my distraction by making the models look like an attractive couple together. The point is: you should wear this “Roar” pin with your girlfriend and announce to the world how fiercely hot you are together.

Emmanuelle Chriqui, Star of Entourage

Check out this attractive couple, I bet they just ditched Coachella to look at some fish swim around at the pet store. Is that a thing California lesbians do? NOW IT IS. These outfits are the best possible way to squeeze the most style out of the last few brutal weeks of summer heat, so put ’em on and get to fish-watching!

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Cecelia is a playwright and student living in Houston. She is most passionate about writing and watching the honest queer experience in film, television or theatre. She also finds herself to be very moved emotionally by zines, squirrels and emojis. Follow her on Twitter and Instagram @zo0mbini.

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  1. Thank you for introducing me to that rainbow mesh crop top. I think we will be very happy together.

  2. That last pin, though. I need LEARNED MY RAD FROM MY DAD in my life especially because “Rad” is a word for “bike” in German and two rad things I learned from my dad are cycling and puns nobody but me will understand

    • I want it because I got just about every aspect of my personality *but* my politics from my dad and I love him but he is anything but radical

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