A sash is a and coloured ribbon, or band worn around the body, going from 1 shoulder to the hip opposite Some styles of sash go around the waist. This type around the waist is worn throughout the day but the shoulder sash is usually only for ceremonial duties. Other styles are used but these 2 are the most popular.
Sashes are worn by some regiments if the British military. They can be worn around the shoulder or waist and come in different colours for ranks and regiments.Popular with Scottish regiment for the pipe bands.
Orange Order Sash.
In Northern Ireland, the sash is worn by the Orange Order. Orange Order sashes were originally shoulder to hip style. This style has now been replaced by the popular by the V-shaped collars and are known as sashes
Sashes are also used by some scouts and many other organisations for celebration and ceremonial use.
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