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cloche

a bell-shaped cover used to protect young plants
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Tulle skirts and feminine ruffles were tempered with nipped-in, structured jackets and topped with Twenties-style cloche hats.
But as the two discuss his homage to the 40's screwball comedy - think witty banter, 'Bringing Up Baby', Howard Hawks, raised eyebrows and cloche hats - what the Texan tinkerbell lacks in size, she makes up for in 'verbosity', as she calls it.
Into that world come the English "gels" of Madame Dubonnet's Finishing School, an immensely well-bred riot of expensive giggles in cut-glass accents, cloche hats, low-waisted pastel dresses, white gloves and "character" shoes, carrying candy-striped hatboxes.
But she is also a "doting, benevolent mother in my early years -- hospitable, mild-mannered and lovely in her velvet cloche hats.
There were women's cloche hats, which were worn way down on the forehead (Murray's book includes a photo of Carole Lombard peeking out from beneath one on a visit to the castle).
Retro-inspired fashions from the '20s through '50s will also be big and include A-line dresses, pencil skirts, swing coats, and cloche hats.
I remember the crowd vividly, ladies sporting the latest fashion in cloche hats and pretty frocks, the gentleman wearing jackets, ties and some sporting plus-fours.