Examples of blouse in a Sentence
She wore a blouse and a skirt to work.
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That means work-to-life basics with elevated details built in: silken draped white blouses, vegan suede midnight blue coats, and wrap-back black dresses with a strategic slit—all for $110 and under, and, for the most part, machine-washable.
As party season descends, companies are nervously wondering whether any of us can truly come together and drink spiked egg nog without someone who means to pat a colleague on the back accidentally putting his hands inside her blouse instead.
For women, hanbok includes a high, full chima (skirt) over a longer jeogori (blouse).
In a Facebook video released by the agency, Shaw — wearing jeans, a blue blouse and a gun belt — is seen wrapping her hand around the yellow anaconda’s tail and gently dragging the snake into a brown duffel bag.
That's because, on Wolfe, a thrifted Victorian blouse with a minimalist Scandinavian leather jacket isn't a contradiction; nor is her haunting music, which combines black metal, industrial, folk, and drone.
Michelle wore a pale-pink blouse stenciled with water lilies.
The bright number, paired with a ruffled blouse and brooch, subtly doubled as a Prince tribute.
The California Highway Patrol received a report about 8 p.m. that a woman in a black blouse was on the right shoulder near Waring Road.
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