A brooch is an ornament which defines the personality and signifies the pride. It is a decorative ornament attached to left side of the costume and it is the only ornament which is near to heart.
A brooch is the age-old jewellery ornament which dates back to the Bronze Age. In ancient time brooch was known as ‘fibula’ and it was used as a decorative ornament.
In the 18th century, the brooch has great appeal in western countries and was popular among Victorian King and Queen. In India the trend of brooch started from Mughal’s time, the kings used to adorn the brooch to their sherwani, coat and jackets.
The trend of wearing a brooch is still continued; brooch not only defines personality but also reflects the social status and one’s best choice in ornament. This ornament adds an edge to the attire making it more resplendent.
At Anuradha Art Jewellery store you will not only get wonderful collection of artificial jewellery but also you can browse unique range in brooch collection for men.
Brooch for men is available in various designs. Whether you are wearing a coat or sherwani for any occasion, Anuradha Art Jewellery offers brooch collection for every festivity.
Have a look at different types of brooch design offered by Anuradha Art Jewellery:
Diamond Brooch: To get that rich and royal look diamond studded brooch is the best pick for men and women. Diamond jewellery signifies the richness and glamour and it adds a classy appeal to one’s persona. Anuradha Art Jewellery offers beautiful collection in coat brooch from delicate to heavy diamond brooch.
Lapel Pins: Lapel pins brooch is small pin worn on clothing, mostly worn on the lapel of jackets. Lapel pins are used as a symbol of achievement but now its use as a fashion ornament. Anuradha Art Jewellery have a beautiful collection in lapel pins at affordable cost.
Turban Brooch: Generally, in Indian wedding groom wears a turban and it is styled with turban brooch which lends royal look Groom’s persona. Turban ornament or turban brooch with one upward rising design is known as Ek Kalagi while on other hands those with three projections are called teen kalangi. Usually, turban brooch is floral in design & embossed with precious stones along with enamel work for additional beauty. Anuradha Art Jewellery offers beautiful collection in groom jewellery at lowest price in India.
Chain Coat Brooch: It is the modern brooch in which two brooches are interlinked with the chain or chains. It is classy in look and best to get that stylish look. At Anuradha Art Jewellery, you will find range of coat brooch designs at lowest price.
Tie Pins: Tie pins are also known as stick pin. This ornament is usually used by gentlemen for adding a grace to his appearance. Tie pins are available in various shapes and designs. Tie pins or blazer brooch are best option to team with formal attires.
Zodiac Sign Brooch Pin: Now a days you will find range of zodiac brooches styled with sparkling stones. This zodiac brooch is trending in the market. Checkout zodiac brooch designs online at Anuradha Art Jewellery.
Sherwani Brooch: In wedding, brooch plays an important role to enhance groom’s appearance. The fancy brooch is adorned to groom’s sherwani for more appealing look. Sherwani brooch is available in varied range of designs and pattern. Anuradha Art Jewellery offers beautiful collection in sherwani brooch at affordable cost.
Anuradha Art Jewellery offers beautiful collection in saree brooch and coat brooch at best price. The collection of brooch at our store is unique and worth-noticing.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is a brooch used for?
A Brooch is a pretty looking ornament meant to fix an outfit and keep it at its place. For women, this is majorly what it is meant for while for the men, it is typical a decorative men’s accessory to be worn although as well keep a sherwani dupatta at its place. The Brooch has a safety pin on its back which is pierced through the clothes just like any other safety pin. Brooches for women are more feminine in design and shape while for men, they are more rustic yet regal to go with the men's wear. Brooches are worn during weddings, for an official work order, ranks, duties, etc.
Which side should a women & men wear brooch?
For men, either of the sides of the chest is a great place to fix the brooch but depends upon the outfit worn by a man which is why a brooch may also look wonderful in the middle over a tie with buttoned-up collar. For women, a brooch is more often than not fixed on the left shoulder as that is where the saree or dupatta has to be kept in place. Even on western outfits for women such as an English suit or semi-formal top, left side over the chest is where a brooch is placed.
Are brooches in fashion?
Brooches for the more informal occasions such as weddings, parties, functions and festivals are definitely very much in trend. Many international and national designers like to often incorporate brooches over their dresses showcased on-ramps. Women in India while wearing the traditional outfits also add a touch of glam and accessorise with pretty brooches as per their choice. For a bride and a groom, they can definitely twin with their brooches on the wedding day as it has been seen as a trend much in fashion.
What is a difference between brooch & pin ?
A Pin may or may not be jewelled but its main task is to keep clothing materials together in one place. A Brooch is a more artistic and decorative piece of jewellery that is worn for special occasions. There is a safety pin at the back of the brooch to fix it over any outfit and has a vintage and royal vibe to it. Whether it is a three-piece suit or a sherwani, a saree or a lehenga or a suit dupatta, brooches look wonderful on men and on women, both!