Juliet cap


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Juliet cap

(ˈdʒuːlɪɪt)
n
(Clothing & Fashion) a close-fitting decorative cap, worn esp by brides
[C20: after the heroine of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet (1594)]

Ju′liet cap`


n.
a skullcap, often set with pearls or other gems, worn by women for semiformal or bridal wear.
[1905–10; after Juliet]
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35) in heavy satin and complete the look with a Juliet Cap veil.
My cousin, Paping Dinglasan, and I appeared as Benvenuto Cellini and the Duchess of Florence, he in a princely silver lame shirt and cap and me in a Fe Golden midnight blue velvet gown with a long pearl necklace and a topaz dangling from a Juliet cap on my forehead.
The custom-made gown was cinched at the waist, has a built-in corset and a shimmering ten-yard silk net veil, complete with a pearl-covered Juliet cap.
Her veil was a pearl Juliet cap with European lace worn by her great-grandmother, grandmother, and mother.
Once married they wore their hair short or styled off the neck, often covered by a Juliet cap of velvet and satin.
You simply lift your heart to a paean with a tilt in the hat-brim, and leap from misery into merriment with a Rosalind feather in your Juliet cap.
She wore her mother's elbow-length veil, which was attached to a Juliet cap.
The chapel-length veil, encircled with Alencon lace, was attached to a Juliet cap.