How to wear this season’s biggest accessory: The corsage 

Cue: Carrie Bradshaw’s favourite accessory, the cool-girl corsage. This year, fashion has seen the resurrection of romantic details. We’re talking velvet and silk fabrics, oversized corsages and bows, styled alongside ballet flats and court heels.  

From Sydney Sweeney at the Venice Film Festival to Claudia Winkleman on Strictly Come Dancing, the floral embellishments have been spotted all over the fashion map. 

4 ways to wear a corsage 

Lucky for us, a corsage is as classic as they come. Tap into the timeless trend with these pieces… 

1. Small and subtle 

Find a new favourite +1 for every event with our corsage-topped accessories. Just add a beautiful floral clutch bag, flats, heels or choker to any outfit and you’ll elevate it in an instant. 

2. Go bold with a beautiful blouse 

For days in the office with after-work plans, these blouses are a must. Copy Claudia Winkleman’s look on Strictly with our white satin shirted blouse, embrace 70s charm with our flared sleeve Cece blouse, or if you’re feeling romantic Cali’s drapey fabric is just irresistible. 

Pair with a midi skirt or black trousers and you’re set.

>3. Dress dramatic 

For big events, go all-out with a big, bold corsage. We love this elegant take on a classic LBD with a big ruffled, cascading corsage, while this black dress gives the corsage trend a gothic-romance edge.

Not sure what to wear with such a statement dress? Keep the accessories simple – a sleek clutch, simple sandals and a cape for added sass. 

4. Upgrade your knitwear game 

Want to revive your cold-walk-then-pub-trip outfits? You need these knits. Spun with the softest yarns and finished with frills and playful knitted corsages – they marry cosiness and fun together.

Throw on with a pair of leather trousers, a wool coat and you’re good to go.

 Obsessed? So are we. Find more corsages and other dramatic details in our latest occasionwear edit for a touch of everyday glamour.