peau de soie


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peau de soie

[¦pȯ·də ¦swä]
(textiles)
Soft silk satin-textured fabric having a slight luster and faintly showing fine ribs in the filling.
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Given in marriage by her parents and escorted by her father, the bride wore a family heirloom wedding gown of peau de soie previously worn by her mother, her aunt, and her older sister.
Candlelight peau de soie fabric was fashioned into a sweetheart neckline, coming to a low V back, and ending in a trumpet skirt.
Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a strapless grand ball gown of rum pink peau de soie.
The bride carried a clutch bouquet of white peonies, Eskimo roses, white phlox, white ranunculuses, lysimachia, and white parrot tulips banded with a peau de soie and pearl wrap.
Cut from rich, Italian silk peau de soie, the hand-tufted skirt draped into a sweeping train, and the designer's signature satin sash completed the ensemble.
The bridesmaids wore strapless gowns of red peau de soie satin, accented by crystal bodices.
Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a trumpet-shaped Romona Keveza gown of peau de soie silk in diamond white.
Attendants wore Victorian lavender two-piece gowns of glimmer and peau de soie.
Presented in marriage by her father, the bride wore a whisper white silk peau de soie satin gown, fashioned with Austrian crystals, delicate bugle beading, and seed pearls outliing the bodice, which fell into a ballroom skirt encrusted at the hemline with Austrian crystals and seed pearls falling into a chapel-length train.
Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a formal ivory gown with a jeweled halter bodice, ball gown skirt, and cathedral-length train made of a soft ivory peau de soie satin.
Attendants wore formal two-piece gowns of fuchsia peau de soie.