crinoline

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a skirt stiffened with hoops

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a full stiff petticoat made of crinoline fabric

a stiff coarse fabric used to stiffen hats or clothing

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Bridal Accessories & Honeymoon wear including slips, crinolines, petticoats, accessories & lingerie - Lots of opportunity to grow - includes approx $12k of inventory -
Hoops were worn with crinolines and bustles and there is a series of coloured, humorous stereoscopic images at the exhibition of the hazards of wearing crinolines.
Hoops were worn with crinolines and bustles and there is a series of coloured humorous stereoscopic images at the exhibition of the hazards of wearing crinolines.
The classic comic duo, Maggie Fox and Sue Ryding, just couldn't resist the urge to dust off their crinolines, wear flattering bonnets and sit at rained-lashed windows in a pale and decorative manner.
During the second part of the evening, things improved dramatically, with a haunting violin solo played, or so we were informed, "on a Stradivarius" by the excellent Julian Trafford, while the most lavish crinolines I have seen for years gave the Strauss melodies a wonderful impact.
During the second part of the evening, things improved dramatically, with a haunting violin solo played, or so we were informed "on a Stradivarius" by the excellent Julian Trafford, while the most lavish crinolines I have seen for years gave the Strauss melodies a wonderful impact.
Semele Walk's heroine is of the 20th-century punk persuasion, replete in gold boots, distressed silk crinolines and new-wave jewels.
moist crinolines of the arboreal flowers, far from me, free of me,
In the '80s, having fun meant matching crinolines with a pair of Chucks and committing hair crimes before hitting the town and belting out witty ditties about masturbation ("She Bop") or the real costs of success ("Money Changes Everything").
It may have only been a fraction of the four overflowing storage rooms, but the range of 1,500 period outfits, which included chain-mail, corsets, crinolines and frock coats, halved within an hour and a half of opening.
GEORDIE Ridley wrote in The Blaydon Races about the lasses who lost their crinolines and veils that hide their faces.
Take a peek beneath the crinolines and petticoats of Victorian ladies.
At your funeral, I wore the chocolate cocktail dress tied at the waist with the rolled cord; sister chose one of your beaded sweaters; Auntie Claire, the navy suit a tribute to your walk-in closet, how you tailored your girls in yellow-checked gingham sprung wide with crinolines, velvet smocks with white collars, elbow-length gloves, sashed blue dancing frocks.
The rest of this chapter explains everything from what streets were paved with to the ordeal of stepping onto an omnibus while wearing crinolines.
Bronte provides plenty of crazy capers in crinolines.