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A lapel is a part of the front of a garment that is turned back and is usually a continuation of the collar.
It's St David's day today, the Welsh emblem is a leek, St. David is Wales' Patron saint and Prince Charles is the Prince of Wales. It was a leek in his button… hole !
The flower a man wears in his lapel is called a boutonniere (derived from French and means button hole in both France and England). It can be any type of flower that he choose…s, but they're all called boutonnieres and are usually reserved for special occasions ie. weddings and important gatherings.
Left side. Easiest way to remember it: You're keeping your country close to your heart. (upper left side of the torso).
Girls/women might wear a flower in her hair, or on her wrist. Aboy/man would wear a lapel flower in the same place you would at awedding (on the right of your chest, if he has… a pocket on theright on of the suit, he puts the flower in the pocket with petalsshowing. Otherwise the flower is pinned on.
Gary Sinise who plays Mac Taylor wears a small pin on his left lapel. The pin is a small circle with the letters DB which stands for "Detective Bureau". The small pins are giv…en out by the Chief of Detectives. and only 1 out of every 1000 people get them because you have to rise through the ranks.
It is called a boutineer. It is basically the male equivalent of a corsage. If you gone to prom, it looks like the ones that guys wear.
Looks like an Obama flag...
It's a pin for St Jude's Children's Hospital.
They're in favour of fighting against autism.
It varies. Sometimes he wears an American flag lapel pin, as many political figures have also been doing since 9/11. Sometimes, however, he seems to wear a lapel pin with the …logo of the U.S. Secret Service. And there are also photos of him at public appearances where he is wearing no lapel pin at all.
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