Arm candy

a very attractive person who accompanies someone on a date, as at a public event, but is not romantically involved with that person.
Contemporary Examples

“The idea of getting matched with men looking for arm candy was not my style,” she says.
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a companion chosen for their physical beauty, esp. as chosen by a celebrity for attending a social event; cf. eye candy

Benjamin Bratt made good arm candy for Julia Roberts.
Word Origin

similar to ‘ear candy’ and ‘eye candy’


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