A piece of dog dung
Dont know what is it?
A lapel pin is a small pin usually worn on the lapel of a jacket. They can be just for decoration or can indicate an affiliation with an organization or cause. Some examples would be an American Flag or the pink or yellow ribbons for cancers.
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.
As copied from http://www.usflag.org. More specifically the exact page is, http://www.usflag.org/uscode36.html#180 "...The flag represents a living country and is itself considered a living thing. Therefore, the lapel flag pin being a replica, should be worn on the left lapel near the heart."
The medic alert emblem can be worn as a necklace or a bracelet
Left side. Easiest way to remember it: You're keeping your country close to your heart. (upper left side of the torso).
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 !
A small bouquet which is worn on the lapel. (top right or left by the collar)
The Soviet Union was the first country to manufacture lapel pins. Lapel pins were made for baseball teams, fraternities, and sororities. They are worn on women's dresses, and men's suit jacket and ties.
Order of Australia lapel pin. From wiki- “a gold lapel pin for daily wear is issued with each badge of the order at the time of investiture; AK/ADand AC lapel pins feature a citrine central jewel, AO and AM lapel pins have a blue enamelled centre and OAM lapel pins are plain.”
what side of the jacket is the flag worn on.