A brooch, also known as a boutonniere, is a jewel that uses a hook on a piece of clothing. It can also be considered a decorative pin. Generally it is a metal texture with gemstones, enamels, etc. It can be used as a pure decoration or as a combination of fixed clothing (such as robes, cloaks, scarves, etc.)
As a highly collectible piece of clothing, the brooch has been popular since the 19th century. It is exquisite and compact. However, with a slight sense of existence, a woman brings a sharp aura. A woman who knows how to use a brooch is bound to be exquisite and full of wisdom.
A woman must have a brooch in her life. The Austrian writer Stefan Zweig once wrote in his first novel "Die Liebe der Erika Ewald" that the brooch is more for women than the decoration because it is the only thing in all ornaments that does not come into contact with the female body. A brooch worn on a fabric, no matter how big or complex, will not cause a negative feeling. Because it won't be as heavy as a necklace, it won't be as shackled as a ring as well. It's just a light and silent place in the closet. And its independence and morality is also the most skillful emotional expression of modern women.