capris


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ca·pris

 (kə-prēz′)
pl.n.
Capri pants.
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Tickford Capris also came with a unique body kit, giving the car a much more aggressive and purposeful stance.
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Best of British; trousers, PS35, Oasis; shoes, PS30, Next Keep khaki capris simple - a light, loose overcoat and block heels are all you need for effortless weekend chic.
With Capris proving highly collectable, the car is expected to realise as much as PS85,000.
Based on a wave of nostalgia from the 1960' s, the range included bikinis, hotpants, beach shirts, capris, pyjamas and more in colourful yet soft tints.
The ringers were all members of the Cathedral Cross Guild, made up of former choir boys | Some of the stockpile of new Ford | |Escorts and Capris at the Halewood factory in January 1976 | GEORGE Mason, from West Derby, would | |like to get in touch with any members of the old SFX school football team, from 1944-1949.
Underwood's athletic wear, which will be available in March 2015, features capris and pants that will average $60 to $85 and tops that average $30 to $35 and can be easily mixed and matched.