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Synonyms for corsage

an arrangement of flowers that is usually given as a present

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Similar to the bouquets, AMY O.'s new corsages and boutonnieres are uniquely handcrafted and designed specifically for each couple.
"When I saw the DuckTape corsages the entrants posted, I was amazed at their creativity," Schoeny says.
* The corsage This is a flower worn usually on your date's wrist, and sometimes on her outfit.
Participants are invited to bring along a pair of old jeans and have fun turning them into a stylish bag, a pretty corsage or a sweet hanging heart.
Choose from a pink tutu dress (pounds 20), corsage trim frock (pounds 32) prom dress (pounds 28) and animal-print coat (from pounds 28) to keep the winter chills at bay.
She is wearing: black lace dress, pounds 30, black jersey vest, pounds 12, both Topshop; satin shoes, pounds 35, clutch bag, pounds 22, both Dorothy Perkins; bracelet, pounds 16.50, corsage on bag, pounds 7.50, stacked rose ring, pounds 6.50, gold effect ring, pounds 12.50, necklace, pounds 16.50, all by Freedom at Dorothy Perkins.
AMANDA HOLDEN, 39, The Britain's Got Talent judge wasn't taking any chances in a dramatic Quintana Couture with back ties, shoulder corsages and a side slit.
Brimming with elegant shift dresses, pearls, corsages and amazing Alice bands and headwear, DP has captured the show down to a tee.
Corsages are also a great way to jazz up an outfit.
Forget fairy princess and think oversized corsages, fancy frocks and head-turning fascinators to fulfil your event dress codes.
With celebs such as Sarah Jessica Parker and Agyness Deyn adding corsages to their wardrobes, why not include the car?
Their idea was for prom-goers to donate the $20 or so that they would have spent on corsages and boutonnieres to people who could really use the money, according to a report in the Catholic Universe Bulletin, newspaper for the Cleveland diocese.
Corsages, chokers, bracelets, feather boas, expensive watches, gloves, hats, handbags, shoes and string upon string of pearls - more is more when it comes to being Lady P.
Orchid corsages were presented to each couple before they were led to dinner tables decorated with birds-of-paradise and lilies draped in pearls.