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Ed. Obsession Under $20: Flirty fans

This V-Day, skip the texts and tweets and all things tech and send your crush a real message. And it gets better: Say it all with one quick swipe of your hand.

Beyond their intended cooling functions, folding fans are a renowned symbol of flirtation and coquetry. Centuries ago, Spanish women would use hand-painted folding fans called abanicos to communicate with the objects of their affection. A whole language was developed around the opening of the fan and its placement near the face or the heart. Books were published. It was a serious thing.

The folding fan isn’t as commonplace in today’s culture, but trust me, this graphic fan from ASOS will get your message across loud and clear. I say stash it in your locker so you can whip it out at just the right moment…and then see what happens. I’ll bet you’ll catch his eye.


ASOS Call Me Fan, $9,


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