grosgrain


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grosgrain

[′grō‚grān]
(textiles)
A ribbed material, usually with a dull finish, made by using cotton in the filling.
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The grosgrain detail, which is on every single shoe, is a nod to my childhood and my mother.
Parker claimed that the grosgrain ribbons make SJP's really identifiable to others and really personal to her.
Cotton-washed silk crepe top and trousers, Leather Opanca sandals, and metal grosgrain ribbon choker necklace, all LANVIN.
Sew a brightly coloured loop of machinewashable trim, such as grosgrain ribbon, bias tape or twill tape to each sheet, securing it at the elastic edge.
The stitched grosgrain headband is old school mafioso style.
Colors range from natural to charcoal (below) and from greystone (blue) to black, and the choices for laces include elastic, organic cotton, or recycled-plastic, grosgrain ribbons.
Grosgrain and Vera Lace have been the two strongest patterns in the line, but Craig pointed to the April introductions--Duchesse Platinum and Duchesse Encore--as collections with a more contemporary feel.
My two favorites: an assemblage of steel washers fastened together by grosgrain ribbon, and a choker featuring hairpins dangling from a metal ball chain.
Dinapoli delighted attendees with the story of how dyed Easter eggs, pale grosgrain ribbon and a vintage doorknob had combined for a winning package that quadrupled expected sales.
It's made of Grosgrain, a fine bone chine, and edged with a beautiful platinum-entwined trim.
The single-button, peaked lapel complements his wing-pique formal shirt with grosgrain black bow tie and Sullivan oxford shoes.