cavalry twill


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cavalry twill

[′kav·əl·rē ‚twil]
(textiles)
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Its high-end Bravado Collection highlights "Belting Leather" and a Cavalry Twill fabric for strength and beauty.
No one thought riding hats much of a necessity, although tweed jackets, collars and ties, thick cavalry twill jodhpurs and boots were de rigueur.
Gary Moore has an excellent record in this race, and horses he inherits from the Flat are usually well schooled for their hurdles debut, so if Cavalry Twill jumps economically and transfers his natural ability to the new code he is entitled to go well.
He would stand at the counter in his Harris Tweed jacket, cavalry twills and brown brogues puffing his pipe and listening modestly to the banter.
You see, my mother always thought that Donegal tweeds and cavalry twills were my style.
There was not an ounce of style about the entire event ( and that included Princess Anne in her cavalry twills and blazer.
In this way, the young and innocent bride on her honeymoon night in a twostar hotel in Cleethorpes would be spared the horrible shock of her groom advancing towards the bed in his porridge-grey Y-fronts - having left a trail of wellies, surgical stockings, cavalry twills, a vest, shirt, cardigan, mackintosh, monocle, toupee, gargling-tumbler and dentures, leading all the way from the basin, in which he has sunk his miniature submarine.
To avoid alarming the more delicate sensibilities of our readers, I should explain that I was also wearing dish-cloth grey Y-fronts, a crash helmet, a string vest, a cricket box, dimpled gloves, chunky socks, shoulder pads, colour coordinated cavalry twills and an anorak, the trusty Wellington boots in which I had conquered Bidston Hill, as well as the widest smile seen since Count Dracula was given an electric toothbrush for his birthday.
And this from a man who now wears jeans and an open-neck shirt, where he used to wear cavalry twills and a tie.