How To Wear a Christmas Brooch
‘Tis the season to dress festively. As Christmas approaches, even the biggest Grinch can feel a bit more in the spirit by adding some holiday sparkle to their outfit. Brooches are a low investment, easily accessible way to jazz up your outfit without going full-on Mrs. Claus. You can find those with old-school charm at vintage stores or shop new online or even some cute handmade ones on maker websites like Etsy.
Here are some ways to wear a Christmas Brooch to make any outfit a holiday outfit.
On a Hat
When it starts to feel cold outside, a hat is usually the first thing to reach for to keep you warm. Try adding a Christmas brooch to your beanie or beret to add some fun flair. Shop hats.
On a Cozy Scarf
Bring on the bling to your trusty neck-warming scarf by pinning on a Christmas brooch. Your holiday spirit will be front and center! Shop wool scarves.
On a Coat Lapel
Sure, you often see a brooch on the lapel of a coat. But why wear one brooch when you can wear two? Better yet, create a theme – such as a Christmas tree and a present, or Santa and a reindeer. Shop coats.
On a Wrap
Wraps are a great way to keep warm when it’s getting colder out. You can throw them over any outfit. But they often become unwrapped. A brooch will solve that problem by pinning your wrap in place. Shop wraps.
As a Scarf Ring
A small fashion scarf is always a good way to add some pizzazz to an outfit. Add a brooch where you tie one on and you’ll have a wealth of Christmas style. For more ideas on how to wear a scarf ring, see my previous article. Shop scarves.
So now that you know how to wear a Christmas brooch, how will you style yours?
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LOVE the scarf idea! I wear alot of scarfs and have a cute Santa brooch I am wanting to wear out
I have broaches that have been passed down and I am happy to see more ways to show them off! I try to wear one every family holiday get together, for those that can’t be with us anymore.