It always surprises me that more men don’t wear buttonholes. Especially those fellows with considerable gardens who have all sorts of beauties that they could pop into their lapels. It seems a great shame. After all, when it comes to personal style,
nothing compares to the panache of a carefully chosen boutonnière. A single flower worn in the lapel of a man’s jacket says much about his individuality, playfulness, and openness to nature’s beauty.
Those who don’t believe me should close their eyes and imagine a buttonhole in their jacket. Any flower from the garden or hedgerow will do.