Q: Is a sash a large and usually colorful ribbon or band of material worn around the body? ¶
A: Yes, and draping from one shoulder to the opposing hip, or else running around the waist.
Q: Is a sash usually worn from the right shoulder to the left hip? ¶
Q: Are sashes indicative of holding the class of Grand Cross or Grand Cordon in an Order of Chivalry or Order of Merit? ¶
Q: Are sashes also found in a V-shaped format? ¶
A: Yes, and draping from both shoulders to the stomach like a large necklace.
Q: Are sashes also worn by Girl Scouts? ¶
A: Yes, and Boy Scouts and Beauty Pageant Participants.
Q: Are sashes used at higher education commencement ceremonies? ¶
A: Yes, and by high school homecoming parade nominees, in beauty pageants, as well as by corporations to acknowledge high achievement.
Q: Are sashes worn by Drum Majors in the Dutch? ¶
A: Yes, and British and some Commonwealth armies.
Q: Is a sash worn around the waist by officers of the Foot Guards in scarlet full dress and officers of line infantry in dark blue "Number 1" dress? ¶
Q: Were sashes worn around the waist in either blue for European or red for indigenous troops? ¶
Q: Is a sash a symbol of the Orange Order? ¶
Q: Are sashes a distinctive feature of some regiments of the modern French Army for parade dress? ¶
Q: Were sashes originally of the ceremonial shoulder-to-hip variety as worn by the British military? ¶