gabardine


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gabardine

, gaberdine
a twill-weave worsted, cotton, or spun-rayon fabric

gabardine

[′gab·ər‚dēn]
(textiles)
Steep twill fabric made of closely woven single or two-ply fibers of wool, rayon, polyester, or other yarn.
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Graham Hoyland wore replica gear made from gabardine, wool, cotton and silk, and hob-nailed boots like Mallory's during an experiment in 2006.
The Prince of Wales is presented with a gabardine walking jacket by Burberry''s creative director Christopher Bailey as the Prince officially opens the new Burberry global headquarters at Horseferry House in Westminster, London
When climbers discovered Mallory's body in 1999, they found it cloaked in thin layers of cotton, wool, silk, and a woven fabric called gabardine.
The uniform was a gabardine mac with a blazer edged with gold, gym slip and, worst of all, Finn lace-up brown shoes, not forgetting the large brown knickers, plus beret - detention if you didn't wear it.
The Twill Pea's cotton gabardine provides a more tailored silhouette combined with Thinsulate in the body and sleeves for protection from the cold.
The Gabardine (self-titled) release is strongly considered by many to be one of Saddle Creek's most under-appreciated releases.
Lyon also describes her first sighting of Martin: "I r emember seeing Del when she first arrived at the office, an attractive, short, stocky woman with dark hair wearing a gabardine suit, heels, and carrying a briefcase.
Although gabardine is a popular fabric, it is one that shines prematurely.
It is accented with heathered gabardine in plum-brown, dupioni silk in bronze and plush chenille in burgundy.
Armani classic gabardine wool navy-and-white pinstripe suit, silk double-breasted vest, Elaine Turner embossed leather envelope bag and David Yurman choker and two-tone hoop earrings, all from Saks Fifth Avenue.
We're going to start with a basic blazer, basic gray flannel slack, basic tan gabardine slack, basic navy chalk stripe or pinstripe or charcoal suit.
ELVIS'S 1970s spangly jumpsuits were made of 100 per cent wool gabardine - the same material as ice dancers' costumes.