Floral lapel pins can replace the traditional boutonniere. Like the boutonniere, it is worn on the left lapel of the jacket or waistcoat. This lapel pin is therefore perfect for a wedding, a formal occasion, a festive occasion or proms.
The flower of the lapel pin is handmade in African fabric bought in Benin.
Be careful when wearing your lapel pin and a tie clip at the same time, you could have too much metal and take your look from refined to try-hard. To avoid this situation, you can choose the option offered here to have your flower on a tie tack clutch.
The boutonniere's flower is approximately 2.5 cm (1 inch) by 4 cm (1.57 inches).
The lapel pin is handmade in Montreal, Quebec and comes in a beautiful black storage box.
How to wear your lapel pin on a suit
Detach the protective cap from the metal stick pin and simply pass your suit lapel pin through the button hole on the lapel (if there is no button hole, just push through the fabric of your suit) until the tip of the stick pin passes to the other side and reattach the protective cap. The pin should sit upright on your lapel and should be fastened tightly to ensure that it doesn't rotate when you move. When your boutonniere is mounted on a tie tack clutch, detach the butterfly clutch at the back and pass the pin through the button hole on the lapel of the suit or through the fabric of your tuxedo