A corsage is traditionally worn on the left side near the shoulder. If a lady's dress is strapless, it can be pinned to the left side of the bodice or at the waist. Prom corsages are usually sold with ribbons attached an... More »

A wrist corsage is worn on the left wrist. Traditionally, boutonnières and corsages are worn on the left side of the body because that way the flowers are closer to the heart. More »

A corsage traditionally goes on the left side of a woman's outfit. The most common place for a corsage to be placed is just under the shoulder. However, they are sometimes worn on hats or on a wristband. More »

A corsage traditionally goes on the left side of a woman's outfit. The most common place for a corsage to be placed is just under the shoulder. However, they are sometimes worn on hats or on a wristband. More »

The poppy should be worn on the left side of the chest closest to the heart. It is meant to be worn with heartfelt thanks and remembrance for those who lost their lives while defending freedom. More »

A wrist corsage is worn on the left wrist. Traditionally, boutonnières and corsages are worn on the left side of the body because that way the flowers are closer to the heart. More »

Popular ladies' handkerchief designs include classic floral patterns, vibrant bright colors, ornate symmetrical patterns and elegant lace-edged squares. Geometric patterns and many types of monogrammed or embroidered des... More »

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