She was then within a few days of her sixteenth birthday, a slight figure in a riding habit, rather shorter than the average height for her age, in a black bowler hat from under which her fine rippling dark hair cut square at the ends was hanging well down her back.
For the first time that morning the Fynes saw the front door of the awful house open and the objectionable young man issue forth, his rascality visible to their prejudiced eyes in his very bowler hat and in the smart cut of his short fawn overcoat.
With Ruskin, Burne-Jones, and Watts, he had put aside his bowler hat
and the neat blue tie with white spots which he had worn on coming to Paris; and now disported himself in a soft, broad-brimmed hat, a flowing black cravat, and a cape of romantic cut.
Skinner, with his small bowler hat
on the back of his head, a fresh cigar in the corner of his mouth, and his thumbs in the armholes of his waistcoat, strolled along Broadway with something akin to a smile parting his lips, and showing his yellow teeth.
As if unable to grasp what is due to the difference of latitudes, he wore a brown bowler hat
, a complete suit of a brownish hue, and clumsy black boots.
Then round the corner of the lane, from between the villas that guarded it at its confluence with the high road, came a little cart drawn by a sweating black pony and driven by a sallow youth in a bowler hat
, grey with dust.
A glance in the direction of Miss Hilbery determined him to make his stand this very night, and accordingly, having let himself in, having verified the presence of Uncle Joseph by means of a bowler hat
and a very large umbrella, he gave his orders to the maid, and went upstairs to his room.
That she, who received daily the affectionate badinage of gentlemen in bowler hats
and check suits, who had once been invited to the White City by a solicitor's clerk, should be addressed in this way by a waiter
His assistant struggles in a sea of aggressive young men carrying note-books or upholding cameras and wearing bowler hats
and enterprising ties.
FRENCHMEN wear berets, I'm an Englishman and I'm going to wear my bowler hat
Going back to an earlier era, a very popular piece of angling headgear was the bowler hat
and you can guess the rest I had a nice old time with a councillor Intelligent and wise Patent shoes, umbrella and bowler hat
A sight for my glad eyes He took me to a fancy council ball And on Sunday to the zoo But I didn't reckon one surprise He brought his mother too by Rose Touhey, Runcorn