A collar pin in Singapore, on those words what do you think about it?
What do you think?
That’s right, not all people knows what a collar pin is all about and in a modern time where t-shirts, tank tops and shorts are a great fashion statement, this simple accessory has been part of the vintage Singapore and popularized by western countries over the years. Now kid’s today might think that this is a grandpa fashion where people still wear suits as if it was the only clothes they had when going out, in America and in Europe this was very rampant in the “vintage times”.
Have you seen the movie “revolutionary road”? It’s a love story, it has the all-time love team of Leonardo Di Caprio and Kate Winslet (yep another movie they had after the Titanic!) but let’s keep that to another topic showbiz fans and move on. Let’s talk about the scene where Leo goes to work, all the cars are the dame, all the suits were the same, the coats, the hats, the shoes, the umbrellas are all the same, now if this was the case what would you do to stand out?
You get the picture here? The reference to this might be old and in a fictional set up, but how is a collar pin relevant in today’s age especially in Singapore where the old world is already vastly replaced with the new one?
Believe it or not it’s still a good fashion statement if you are going for a classic look when you have this vintage, World War I or World War II theme or better yet adopt it as a good culture for your company. As a form of a reward for hard work, a form of award for being highly exceptional, a promotional item and even a symbol of a higher position or power.
What collar pins are now
It can no longer be just a classic look, some people make it quirky and fun and a supplier named Klassic offers a wide variety of items for these kinds of things. These people have been providing highly customized collar pins Singapore wide for many years now and services various company for not just collar pins but other door gift items as well.