Noun(1) a skirt stiffened with hoops(2) a full stiff petticoat made of crinoline fabric(3) a stiff coarse fabric used to stiffen hats or clothing
(1) They built a corset for me and added crinoline and flounces, and no one was the wiser - until the footbridge scene, the only love scene in the film.(2) The Queen was dressed in a beautiful blue crinoline evening gown, with long white evening gloves.(3) By 1849 the discreet euphemism ├ö├ç├┐dress-improver├ö├ç├û was in use, and by 1853 bustles were being made with rolls of crinoline (a mixture of horsehair and linen).(4) And she made me this wonderful red dress that had about 1,000 miles of crinoline ruffles on it.(5) Antonia frankly refused to wear crinoline dresses in the daytime so her mother took advantage of this and choose delicate empire-waisted dresses for her.(6) A slightly flushed girl wearing a large white crinoline dress bedecked with small pale pink ribbons and a wide pale pink sash around her waist.(7) Petticoat tails are Scottish shortbread biscuits, baked in a round, with a characteristic shape resembling that of an outspread bell-hoop crinoline petticoat.(8) Pants aren't in evidence in this production - it's more about gargantuan shoulder pads and crinoline dresses.(9) I dressed in a short white crinoline dress over a frilly white slip.(10) For the skirt, cut the plaid fabric, the lining, and a layer of crinoline about 11/2 times the width of the top piece.(11) The black tulle crinoline is classic mourning dress.(12) Royal couturier Norman Hartnell's crinoline and lace creations captured the imagination of the international press in the pre-war period and became the hallmark of the late Queen Mother's style.(13) The bodice was in shantung satin and the skirt was in tulle & crinoline with lining.(14) The most logical conclusion was that today's version was cross-dressing, wearing a strange hodgepodge of crinoline , fishnet, and pleather that was too ghastly to properly behold.(15) The skirt actually had a crinoline under it, and it rustled when I moved.(16) Every surface was covered with satin, velvet, crinoline and net.
1. hoopskirt ::
Different Formscrinoline, crinolines
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