A Bouttonnaire is a button hole, also called a carnation hole, that goes on the lapel of suits and jackets. On menÂ´s suits and jackets and on some womenÂ´s suits, this is a default feature. Should a bouttonnaire or a lapel button hole be required in styles where this is not a default, please specify it using the special requests section of the order placement process
We can also do a stalk holder behind the lapel that will keep carnations in place. There is no extra charge for this feature. Use our Style Search function and type in the words Â´BouttonnaireÂ´ in the keywords field of the search criteria to bring up styles with this feature.
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