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Brooch
Brooch as Wikipedia defines is a decorative jewellery item designed to be attached to garments, often to hold them close. Made mostly of metals such as gold and silver with precious or semi precious stones studded, making them very attractive. Brooches have evolved from the Bronze Age and with the fashion trends changing chronologically, the designs and patterns of brooches have also changed.

You can wear your brooch with different types of clothing such as:
1. Many B-Town divas have been spotted flaunting their shimmering brooches ( Goldtone Crystal Pin Brooch Bridal Bouquet Pin Broach )  on various occasions. You’ve got to be very careful while adorning yourself in a brooch. The color and pattern of your saree should compulsorily match the pattern and color of your brooch else you’ll end up looking very weird. Also, keep in mind the fact that if your saree is heavily embellished, you don’t need a brooch because the whole purpose of wearing a brooch is adding a touch of extra charm to your outfit. When it comes to Indian outfit, you can club a brooch to your lehenga or your anarkali suit too. You just need to know how to wear it appropriately.
2. You can wear your rhinestone studded brooches ( CZ Rhinestone​s Goldtone Pin Brooch Women Fashion )  with your denim jackets and look extremely stylish. If you have a dark colored blazer or jacket, try wearing a goldtone brooch and on the other hand a lighter shade jacket will look classy if teamed with a silver tone brooch.

3. Decked up for a party in long gowns and confused about accessorizing your dress? A big brooch is the solution to your problem. A solid pattern on an elegantly chromed outfit if decorated with a classy brooch will give you a highly sophisticated look.
4. Make your pullovers, cardigans and sweaters look lively just by accessorizing it with a couple of funky brooches. This will add some brightness and oomph to your dull winters.
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