You've nothing to lose but your crinoline
toilet roll doll look.
When Len walked around the pitch he was often accompanied by a lady in a crinoline
dress whose name was Ada Hardwick.
Well, that surprised me, because I thought that, after all those years with the Queen Mother, if she hadn't learnt to iron a crinoline
, what had she learned?" (https://www.express.co.uk/news/royal/1068040/the-queen-news-elizabeth-ii-wallis-simpson-royal-family-news) Simpson said.
It began with a skirt that was made fuller and flashier with a crinoline
, which was later discarded as women began prioritising comfort.
When fired in a kiln, the fabric would burn away, leaving a hard but extremely fragile shell of frozen crinoline
skirts and billowy material behind.
Lizzy [opposite page, left] has an 1860s crinoline
underneath her dress.
And she did it all dressed in lace-up boots, a hat and a heavy crinoline
'' to breeches crinoline
The second tier is reconstruction so that volunteers can easily wear and wash the costumes.
For bell-shaped skirts that did not require a full-fledged cage crinoline
, several petticoats were used to create the bell shape.
Saab delivered a graceful and elegant collection inspired from 19th century crinoline
. Saab's 2013 Spring/Summer collection explored the idea of transparency, using lighter shades like ivory and light blue, with black crinoline
adding the "fairytale" element.
And why, on another occasion, they rushed across the stage in their black cotton crinoline
hoops on deepened the complexity of it all.