Authentically made in Brookland, the Razorblade Necklace is for the girl that won't appreciate flowers or diamonds. It's one up from giving her your dog tags in terms of being 'hard core'. The edges are not sharp and you can get the necklace for $110.
Implications - With the rise of the 'emo' style, trends that cater towards more darker styles have been on the rise. Members of the 'emo' behavioral tribe appreciate the darker side of life and look to own products that communicate darkness. The use of perceivably harmful products such as razorblades or knives allows the 'emo' consumer to feel rebellious, further appealing to their feelings of darkness.
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