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Lapel Pins Change The Way People Dress

By: Donna Chaffins | Date: July 24, 2014 | Categories: Accessories, Shopping

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Lapel pins change the way people dress when they are getting into their Sunday best. Lapel pins are an easy way to show support for a certain cause, but lapel pins are also a way for people to display their status or accomplishments.

All the lapel pins listed below are great for people who want to show their support for a cause, show their accomplishments or honor people who are special.

Lapel Pins for the Cause

For The Cause

A lapel pin that supports a specific cause is a great way for the foundation or association to make a little money. Selling these lapel pins will produce a profit for the organization, and the cause will be advertised every time people wear the pins. These pins are popular for business people and politicians who want to show their support for causes in their area.

Lapel Pins for Accomplishments 1

For The Accomplishment

People wear pins to signify their status in an organization or company often. However, these pins must be made in a customized fashion. The pins should bear the name of the bearer, the accomplishment or position and the name of the organization.

These pins could be given to the pastor emeritus of a church, president emeritus of a company or a retiring employee who is leaving the company with great fanfare.

Lapel Pins Just Because

Just Because

Many people wear lapel pins to show off what they are most interested in. A lapel pin can be made for any pursuit, any hobby and any pastime.

It is best for people to have their own lapel pins made when they want to show their support for something. People who enjoy science fiction can have a lapel pin made of their favorite book or movie.

The same is true of sports teams, companies and music. Everyone can use a lapel pin to show off who they are, what they like and why they like it.

When people buy custom lapel pins, they get to show exactly who they are right on the lapel of their jacket. A lapel pin is a small thing, but it is a small thing that changes the way someone looks in their dress clothes.

17 Responses to Lapel Pins Change The Way People Dress

  1. Angela says:

    I can’t remember the last time I wore a lapel pin. I remember buying them for my grandmother. She loved wearing them.

  2. Kathy says:

    My kids at school love when I wear a Lapel pin. I don’t know what I don’t do it more often.

  3. I can remember when they became a big fad. I personally like the ones that are for a cause the most.

  4. Colleen says:

    I kinda like the “just because” LOL the best.

  5. Crystal says:

    I need to be better about wearing accessories. I throw on a long necklace when I go out, but don’t think about the little things like pins.

  6. Kathleen says:

    I love that these lapel pins let people express their own style. What a great way to add a touch of your personality to your outfit.

  7. Marcie W. says:

    The school my children attend gave away different lapel pins to all of the many school club members as an end of the year gift. My kids thought they really cool!

  8. Ivan P says:

    It really does make a statement. It adds a great look on your wardrobe.

  9. Jenn says:

    I think it’s a fantastic way to show off an achievement, position, or cause, even just for fun!

  10. I’ve never really thought about people using lapel pins to clearly identify themselves with something. I usually only associate it with employment only.

  11. Ty says:

    I think the volunteer lapel pin is super cute. I volunteer all the time, but I’ve never thought about wearing a pin though.

  12. I think it’s a fantastic way to show off what you’re proud of.

  13. I have a lot from my grandmother. I don’t wear them though.

  14. Tammy says:

    My mom really likes brooches and pins. She finds interesting ways to wear them too – sometimes she’ll attach them to a chain or a scarf.

  15. HilLesha says:

    I have never worn one before, but I really like the volunteer lapel pin.

  16. Raijean says:

    Those pins are cute, they can totally change a mood.

  17. Liz Mays says:

    I don’t think I’ve ever really had any, but it kinda sounds like fun. One could be so creative!

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