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------------------------Brooches Are Back----------------------------------------

Brooches have been making a comeback over the past few years, with the world’s most renowned fashion houses like Gucci and Dior sending models down the runway adorned with brooches on their lapels, on silk scarves, and in their hair. This brooch revival has not gone unnoticed by jewelry collectors, and antique brooches have seen a surge in popularity. If you love brooches and are looking for a timeless piece of jewelry to add to your collection, consider an antique brooch.

---------------------What are brooches used for?-----------------------------

Brooches are a classic accessory, worn for centuries. Today they are regarded as items of adornment. But brooches were originally functional items, intended to secure pieces of cloth to the wearer.
The oldest brooches date back to the Bronze Age, made with thorns and flint and later with metal. It wasn’t until the Roman-Byzantine period in the 3rd century that brooches took on a more decorative purpose – worn by men and women to fasten a scarf or shawl or accessories an outfit. Over time, brooches have gained symbolism through their striking designs. From the 18th century, mourning brooches became a popular way of remembering a loved one, often by incorporating hair in their design. Often, intricate pictures were set under glass on a brooch, depicting scenes that represented death. They were frequently embellished with precious gems and metals, and worn over the heart of the mourner to signify closeness.

---------------------------Brooches in Pakistan & Subcontinent------------------------------

While in Pakistani and subcontinent culture, where girls and women are obsessed with heavy jewelry and ornaments not only in functions parties and marriage ceremonies, wearing a brooch doesn’t sounds good idea. But as far as men, there are very limited options and occasions to wear jewelry, and mostly on their own marriage ceremony or very close relatives. So, this gives a good chance to reveal a man or boy his inner aesthetics and boost his personality. The trend to wear can be set on every cloth man wear, especially shalwar qameez, two or three piece suiting, even a light brooch on a casual or formal shirt. There are many types of brooches to select.
Trust me, a brooch is the ultimate magic touch and as such a brooch will make you stand out for sure. Every man should have several brooches to go with different looks, but in any case, at least one for the formal dress and another for casual wear. Most accessories are limited to one body part. Brooches, on the other hand, is the accessory that can be strategically placed anywhere on our outfits to give them a little bit more personality or tell a story maybe. Whether they are worn singly, in pairs or in a cluster, Brooches are an indicator and can be really cool when styled right.
We have several types of brooches to wear from the Dulha to Dulha’s friends and family to every age and taste.

---------------------TIPS ON WEARING A BROOCH--------------------------

• The more elaborate and unique the design of your brooch is, the more you will stand out.
• Make sure the fabric can manage the weight of the brooch you are wearing.
• Brooches and pins are more noticeable if they contrast with the background.
• Bright colored garments go best with black, dark-colored brooches. Silver and diamante brooches go best with black or dark colored outfit; if you really want your fashion brooch to stand out – remember this simple rule.
• Experiment with your old brooches, and find new and unusual ways to wear them.
• Combine several commonly themed ones into a cluster.

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