Definition of chambray
: a lightweight clothing fabric with colored warp and white filling yarns
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The ruffles on her chambray shirt lent ladylike flourish and served as an elegant foil to her to-the-knee pencil skirt—which echoed the hue of her multi-strap sandals.
Here are the four best chambray shirts to suit every man's style.
Carell layered a navy sweater over a dark chambray shirt, paired with chinos pressed to the nines and brown leather sneakers.
A man in plaid with stubble followed a woman with a topknot and a chambray shirt into the bathroom.
Nothing says American style quite like a full on denim and chambray look.
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Origin and Etymology of chambray
irregular from Cambrai, France
First Known Use: 1787See Words from the same year
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