The badge worn by members of these reformed clubs is a red ribbon.
But when not on duty they will only wear a red ribbon round the left arm.
He wore a blue frock over his chest, at the bottom hole of which was a bit of red ribbon, not a little discolored.
If you like to wear a bit of red ribbon in your buttonhole, why, do so.
Her dark hair is combed back smoothly and braided and the braid is doubled and tied with a red ribbon.
"And this," his wife added, touching the bit of red ribbon in his button-hole.
The white ribbon, like the white cockade, distinguished a Jacobite; the red ribbon and the black cockade were Hanoverian.
She began to pull off her red ribbon, but Kingdon stopped her.
She walked through the village, holding the box, tied with great bunches of red ribbon, in her hand.
He tied a red ribbon around the sealed package and hung it on the tree.