broderie anglaise


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broderie anglaise

(ˌbrəʊdəriː ɑːŋˈɡlɛz)
n
(Knitting & Sewing) open embroidery on white cotton, fine linen, etc
[C19: French: English embroidery]

broderie anglaise

Openwork embroidery sewn onto white cotton, especially on lingerie.
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Yes, apart from her interest in the house (that she has), apart from dress and broderie anglaise, she has no serious interests.
99 @ H&M The broderie anglaise border on this shirt make it just a little bit different.
Stars meet on the spangled tulle of a petticoat while here and there the exquisite romanticism of a broderie anglaise top or a wool linen dress are warmed up by a wool, heart-printed felt and faux fur.
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I refuse to believe that we've had our quota of Vitamin D for 2016; still, soggy feet in open-toed sandals are no fun, and, as nice as broderie Anglaise looks against a white sand backdrop, it doesn't quite cut the mustard for summer in the city.
The collection featured Modern Vintage turn-lock bags, crisp printed cotton dresses, changing bags, a new Highgate Rose china collection and nightwear trimmed with delicate broderie anglaise embroidery.
Icing sugar creations are considered an art form in itself, and require a great deal of skill and craftsmanship, and may involve embossing, crimping, broderie anglaise, and Garret frills.
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Other dresses which completed Kate's wardrobe was a Jenny Packham silk crepe shirtdress worth 1,500 pounds and a beautiful blue broderie anglaise dress by Mulberry, which was priced at 595 pounds.