Examples of gabardine in a Sentence
a jacket made of gabardine
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Emile Zola, Cézanne’s childhood friend in Aix en Provence and an aesthetic brother in arms, reclines on a cushion, a Buddha in beige gabardine.
Émile Zola, Cézanne’s childhood friend in Aix-en-Provence and (at least early on) aesthetic brother in arms, reclines on a cushion, a Buddha in beige gabardine.
Lacroix’s black silk wool–gabardine jacket embroidered with polychrome crystals in the shape of a Byzantine cross, a crux gemmata, is famous for being on Anna Wintour’s first high-low cover for American Vogue in 1988, paired with Guess jeans.
People do try to outdo each other with their horsehide motorcycle find or their reversible gabardine jacket find.
What creates this versatility is the suit fabric itself—soft wool, lightly brushed and less formal than traditional gabardine.
Some of the materials used for the new pieces switched, with that trench now in gabardine, not leather.
Burberry: Established in 1856, this iconic British luxury name is rooted in its founder’s original invention of gabardine, the kind of fabric known for its lightweight and weatherproof qualities. 15.
The blazers also worked over beaded cocktail slips, and for a wonderfully streamlined evening suit in black stretch gabardine with a narrow slit skirt.
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GABARDINE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of gabardine for English Language Learners
: a smooth, stiff type of cloth that is often used for suits
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