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Working with fragile materials like chiffon and organdy that were almost a century old, and often cutting down vintage size 12 dresses into a modern size 4, Broecker and his team were constantly fixing and repairing on the fly.
I was called The Little Ray of Sunshine and always wore a long yellow organdy dress.
Here, Mrs. Pluot looks enchanting and ethereal in a pale pink organdy dress with matching hat, a version of the hourglass look that is at once ladylike and racy.
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Origin and Etymology of organdy
First Known Use: 1757See Words from the same year
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