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Do you know what June 14 is? It’s the day set aside to celebrate Flag Day. This lesser known and celebrated holiday isn’t considered a federal holiday, yet for those who know the significance of the day, it carries much meaning. Flag Day commemorates the anniversary of the adoption of the US flag in 1777 by the Continental Congress. The first national observance of Flag Day didn’t take place until 100 years later on June 14, 1877, and it wasn’t until 1949 (under President Truman) that June 14 was officially designated as Flag Day. This June 14th, make it a point to celebrate this momentous day. Rather than wearing your patriotism on your sleeve, wear it proudly on your shoulders with our flag suspenders! We give you plenty of options when it comes to selecting the type of flag suspenders to wear, and with sizes for kids and adults, everyone can get in on the action. Whether you work in a suit and tie atmosphere or a relaxed one, show up on Flag Day sporting red, white and blue suspenders. Our USA Stars and Stripes Button Suspenders will look sharp with a dark-colored suit such as grey or navy blue and we love how the button attachment lends a dressier look. These and other patterns such as the USA Liberty Suspenders and the waving American Flag Suspenders also make terrific options, and look great with casual outfits such as jeans and cargo pants. When co-workers, clients or strangers compliment your suspenders, thank them and remind them why you’re wearing them. Be sure to teach your young scholar about the significance of this day and send him or her off to school or camp wearing their kid size flag suspenders. They’ll spread the message with their friends and may even start a school-wide tradition of everyone wearing flag suspenders in honor of Flag Day.