Clothing Accessories

Clothing Accessories

 

See Also: JEWELRY

  1. Boots that shone like a well-rubbed table —Stephen Vincent Benet
  2. A collar that looked like a pancake flapping around my head and … made me look like a pregnant penguin —Elizabeth Taylor
  3. Glasses as thick as the bottom of a pop bottle —George Garrett
  4. Handkerchief hoisted like a brave little flag from his breast pocket —Vicki Baum
  5. Hat big as an Easter cake —Joyce Cary
  6. A hat … perched right on top of her head, like a mushroom —Roald Dahl
  7. Impenetrably black sunglasses like Batman’s mask —John Rechy
  8. Shoes gleaming like beer bottles —Loren D. Estleman
  9. Shoes … shined up like patent leather —George Garrett
  10. Shoes sticking out like tongues beneath the long black robe —Helen Hudson
  11. Silk, like wrinkled skins on scalded milk —Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr.
  12. Socks which fell like a couple of woolen concertinas over his dusty shoes —John Mortimer
  13. Straw hat with a bow on it like the sails of a windmill —L. P. Hartley
  14. A ten-gallon hat like a walking mushroom —Truman Capote
  15. Tie … loose and awry like a long lazy tongue … wore a costume as distinctive as a ballet dancer’s tutu —Van Wyck Mason
  16. Ties pulled loose from their collars, like weary gamblers —Graham Swift
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On the demand side, exporters and strategic planners focusing on apparel and clothing accessories made of plastics or vulcanized rubber excluding hard rubber in the United Kingdom face a number of questions.
This report was created for strategic planners, international marketing executives and import/export managers who are concerned with the market for apparel and clothing accessories made of plastics or vulcanized rubber excluding hard rubber in the United Kingdom.
In what follows, Chapter 2 begins by summarizing where the United Kingdom fits into the world market for imported and exported apparel and clothing accessories made of plastics or vulcanized rubber excluding hard rubber.