Patch It Up : Montreal's No April Just Fools

Patch It Up : Montreal's No April Just Fools

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If you're looking to spruce up your everyday gear with a little touch of "wavvy" patches, No April Just Fools has gotchu. 

They make iron-on patches inspired by random trends to fit perfectly on your plaid shirt, dad-cap or your jeans. It's a modern-take on all the 80s/90s heavy-metal patches trend, except no heavy metal in sight. 

No april just fools is essentially and excuse for me to talk to cute girls with braids and ripped jeans…. just kidding (sorta)

Run by Montrealers, they're about to add a wide-array of choices to pick from, but for the time being, only 2 styles are available to cop on their website. Pretty affordable at $8 a pop, we're crossing our fingers from some emoji patches in the near future. Scroll through some of the styles below and get yourself one after the jump. 

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