dove-grey

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dove-grey

[ˌdʌvˈgreɪ] ADJgris paloma
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Turkish actress Saadet Aksoy wore a dove-grey embellished gown.
Best supporting actress Amy Adams, who co-starred in The Master, wore a dove-grey Oscar de la Renta dress with a sweetheart neckline and tiers of frayed chiffon and tulle on the ballskirt.
The legs are in white, dove-grey or anthracite grey painted metal.
The mezzo soprano is pictured arriving for the event at Cowdray Polo Lawns in Midhurst, West Sussex wearing an extravagant dove-grey maxi-dress accompanied by a elegant white blazer, which wowed spectators.
Meanwhile Sophie Wessex cheered her favourites in a dove-grey skirt suit.
The Duchess looked chic in a dove-grey coat with matching fascinator and watched as the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh, last in the procession, passed by.
Ezan": In Bebek, a famous tenor calls / the ezan from Kemalettin's elegant, dove-grey mosque, // his voice spilling like noon light over the park.
Felicity looked huffy in a dove-grey halterneck gown.
LONDON--A huge, mirrored panel slowly opens, and a solitary couple in dove-grey satin waltzes out to the strains of Erik Satie's Trois Gymnopedies.
And yesterday, in a dove-grey gown instead of his familiar racing colours, Carson was invested with his degree by the Stirling Chancellor, Lord Balfour of Burleigh, at the University's summer graduation ceremony.
The Duchess, wearing a dove-grey dress and coat by Katherine Hooker with a matching Philip Treacy head-piece stood next to the Duchess of Cornwall to watch the Knights and Ladies of the highest order of chivalry processed through the grounds of Windsor Castle ahead of the Order's annual service at St George's Chapel.
Take a look at the dove-grey Bulaggi Grey Hobo, pounds 49, from colourful fashion.