Ties are no longer confined to office or formal wear. These tie pins are another way to channel Oxford preppy style and comes in three variants: vintage printed red, blue or polka dot gray. These pins are a smart and chic addition to your ensemble. Great to wear with a white classic shirt!
Feathers are an elegant yet understated way of accessorizing to reflect old world charm. These pins add a soft touch to a impeccably tailored outfit or can emphasize eclectic inclinations. Ideal for both men and women, feather pins, when worn, immediately say, Style Citizen. Choose from white, black or rose colored variants.
The Royale Crown Pin is a luxe addition to your look. Typically, these types of pins are attached to the breast pocket and the lapel of a jacket. It is an immediate way to stand out in a room filled with suits. What's more, it is a beautiful expression of Old World opulence without having to go over-the-top.
The Crusades pin takes reference from the Medieval England. It is a piece of accessory that expresses both opulence and history. When added to a classic suit or any other ensemble, it immediately adds a sense of regality that is rooted on old world elegance.
The Branch Pin with faux pearl lock is a delicate and classic way to embellish a look. The pearl lock gives a subtle yet luxurious feel to the piece while remaining essentially classic. This pin balances out a tailored piece with it's nature-inspired design and use of pearl. Great for both men and women.
The Antler Pin with faux pearl lock is a delicate and classic way to embellish a look. The pearls give off a subtle yet luxurious feel to the piece while remaining essentially classic. This pin balances out a tailored piece with it's nature-inspired design and use of pearls. Great for both men and women.
Crests have been around for centuries now and were once used to knight's to represent the houses or families of origin. Today, the use of crests in fashion recall the days of chivalry and old world elegance. When worn with the suit, a crest pin impresses that the wearer is a modern-day knight.
The Fleur di Lys (which means flowers of iris) was a floral symbol used by the French royal military. The Fleur di Lys Pin, whether in yellow or white gold, is a fashion nod to the distinct style of France's royal houses. We love that the Fleur di Lys pin can be worn by both men and women--and with just about any ensemble that calls a sense of je ne se...
The skull was considered as representative of counterculture movements. Today, they are seen on prints, buckles and pins as chic, street style additions to an outfit. The Metal Skull pin is another clever way to channel street fashion sensibilities. Comes in yellow gold, silver and white gold.
The Egyptian Cat pin with Emerald Eyes channels a distinct brand of reverence during ancient times. The pin, when worn by women, references the eternal beauty and power of Cleopatra. On men, it is reflective of a masculine grace and poise. Egyptian cats were considered idols and is now a preferred element of design for the fashion-forward.