delustre

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delustre

(diːˈlʌstə) or

deluster

vb (tr)
1. formal to remove the lustre from (something)
2. (Textiles) to remove the lustre or sheen from (a synthetic fabric) by the use of a chemical agent
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The bride wore a diamond white with light gold one-piece A-line gown that featured lace over delustered satin and a corset back, combined with a chapel-length train.
Metallic tones include champagne beige, as well as muted golds and silvers, both shiny and delustered.
It can be combined with delustered nylons for interesting effects," Torrence said.
market, manufactures delustered staple viscose rayon fibers in 1.
It featured lace over delustered satin sparkling with bugle beads, sequins, and seed beads.
Chatham introduced an olefin chenille yarn that is delustered to give it an acrylic look at a lower price.
Using both bright and delustered fiber (sometimes in the same rug), the styles feature frieze yarns, hi/low loop or cut and loop in a wide variety of combinations to create a new look.
It featured lace over delustered satin, sparkling with" bugle beads, sequins, and seed beads.
Delustered Yarns -- Subduing the shine of synthetic fiber by chemical or physical means usually to mimic a cotton or wool look.
The bride was resplendent in a candlelight delustered Italian satin gown.
Entering the Grove on her father's arm, the bride wore a Maggie Sottero gown of diamond white lace embellished with bugle beads, sequins, and pearls over light gold delustered satin featuring a corset back with a sweep train.
Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a three-piece corset gown in delustered matte satin with a sheath style skirt and chapel-length train.