cavalry twill


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cavalry twill

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(Textiles) a strong woollen twill fabric used for trousers, etc
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They walk slowly through the concourse, the white-haired lovers, Bill all shabby corduroy and cavalry twill, June wrapped in fleece.
The trainer is double-handed today with Cavalry Twill and Operachy Charlie Mann has a 40 per cent strike-rate in handicap chases at Southwell over the last four seasons.
He probably wore cavalry twill trousers, not jeans.
Alternatively, add a touch of the military with Warehouse's khaki jet double-breasted blazer, pounds 50, and black cavalry twill double-breasted jacket, pounds 45, River Island's green blazer emblazoned with badges, pounds 39.
Mind you, nobody else did, despite my cavalry twill trousers and elbow-patched tweed sportscoat.
The S-Type reached more customers but still didn't tug the rug of younger punters, who had a block about Jaguar and its cavalry twill and pink gin image.
But the favourite is the country landowner look - hacking jacket, cravat, cavalry twill trousers.
A very special limited edition Michael Jordan Cologne, in selected stores on June 1, is showcased in a velvet-textured finished red box and features a frosted glass bottle and a silver signed and dated Icon ID tag, highlighting Jordan's silhouette on a cavalry twill black cotton cord with silver tips for $33.