How to Wear a Brooch


It’s hot.

It’s already October, so I was trying to think about winter fashion.

It’s hotter than I thought.

However, I would like to do my best to introduce you to some winter accessory coordination.

Today, I would like to tell you how-to-wear-a-brooch.

My senior Japanese archer likes brooches, and she usually wears one on her jacket or coat when we go to the Japanese archery shop or lunch together.

Whenever I see her, I think that it would be great if our customer could wear Tamarusan’s brooch like this.

At first one is a brooch hanging black and white onyx in the middle, combining heart-shaped resin parts of “Tabby Cat Series” into four leaves.

I put it on a spring/autumn coat with a hood.

Next one is a brooch combining “Rainbow Series” (Orange) resin parts into a clover type.

I paired it with a tweed-like maxi-length coat.

This coat has a bolero-like design with no buttons. You can also use a brooch to fasten it instead of buttons.

Next, I’ll show you how to fasten it.

Last one is a brooch using resin parts of “Musical Note Series” (Purple).

I am hanging amethyst in the center according to the color of the resin.

As I mentioned above, this coat also doesn’t have buttons, so I had to fasten it with a brooch.

What do you think? Isn’t it cute?

When I see jackets and coats without buttons, I am tempted to buy them because I just want to fasten them this way.

Bolero-style cardigans are also cute when fastened this way.

You can also use a hat pin to fasten it in this way.

It is highly recommended for those who like classic and stylish.

Click here to see more brooches.

Click here for a list of hatpins.

Click here to visit Tamarusan’s online store.

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