To wear on

to wear.
to pass on; as, time wears on.

See also: Wear, Wear

References in classic literature ?
But she has one thing in the drawer which she can venture to wear to-day, because she can hang it on the chain of dark-brown berries which she has been used to wear on grand days, with a tiny flat scent-bottle at the end of it tucked inside her frock; and she must put on her brown berries-- her neck would look so unfinished without it.
However, the challenge is to have engineers design a cell phone that is small enough for children to wear on their wrist and meet the carriers' requirements of quality and integrity.