Corsage (bodice)

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Corsage refers to the bodice of a dress. In the 19th century, corsage was a common term for a woman's bodice or jacket. Its origin is French.

Victoria Beckham in dress with an integrated corsage
Corsage with suspenders

In modern usage, corsage is often confused with a corset, but a corset is tighter. A bridal corset is often a corsage.

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