Examples of chapeau in a Sentence
with her chapeau cocked jauntily to one side, the French actress was the very picture of Gallic insouciance
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From Queen Elizabeth’s lime green and purple concoction to Princess Beatrice’s surprisingly subdued chapeau, here are some of the best (and most bizarre) hats from the royal wedding.
From Oprah Winfrey’s whimsical fascinator to the Queen’s elegant chapeau, there was no shortage of statement-making toppers from attendees who came to watch Meghan and Prince Harry tie the knot at St. George’s Chapel on Saturday, May 19.
The 34-year-old paired the outfit with a straw purse, canvas espadrilles and a white hat that matched the chapeau worn by her husband, James Matthews.
Behind the curtain of Swarovski crystals dangling from her dramatic wide-brimmed chapeau, her mouth is saturated in a nefarious green onyx shade with a matching cut-crease gaze.
For one New Orleanian Tyler's chapeau appropriation was a advertising dream come true.
With her the-bigger-the-better hair, either let down or tied back and topped off with an ornamental chapeau, iridescent eyes, and glossy lips, Ross perpetually brought drama to the stage, helping usher in the disco era.
The Gallic chapeau was a statement in and of itself, but also showcased her dramatic cut-crease gaze, with kittenish flicks of black eyeliner and lids swathed in pastel blue pigment.
The Look: Jagger's hair falls naturally, with a hint of brush curl at the ends, underneath her Yves Saint Laurent chapeau.
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baseball cap, beret, biretta, boater, bonnet, bowler, cloche, cocked hat, cowboy hat, cowl, derby, fedora, fez, hard hat, helmet, high hat, homburg, hood, miter (or mitre), nightcap, panama, pillbox, porkpie hat, service cap, shako, silk hat, skullcap, sombrero, sou'wester, Stetson, stocking cap, stovepipe, sunbonnet, tam, tam-o'-shanter, ten-gallon hat, top hat, topper, toque, tricorne (or tricorn), turban, zucchetto;
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