lapelled


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la·pel

 (lə-pĕl′)
n.
The part of a garment, such as a coat or jacket, that is an extension of the collar and folds back against the breast.

[From lap.]

la·peled′, la·pelled′ adj.
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Seventies-inspired suits also take centre stage in the new collection with lapelled blazers and widelegged trousers.
That meant high waists, cropped jackets, lapelled leather jackets (signature Saint Laurent outerwear), tight black trousers (ditto), and fine shirts that were more akin to blouses, and shot with gold, adorned with paisley or -- of course -- in leopard print, worn half-buttoned.
A reversed suit dress featuring lapelled collars as the plunging back and a blush pink tie trailing behind was a bold experiment.
A chap in a wide lapelled suit and kipper tie, with a watch like an anchor on his wrist who drives an extravagant car might well be obnoxious.
A class a VILLAIN OF T - LORNE MA CHANNEL F With his lud coloured b lapelled ca Thornton arguably malevole possible himself screen Barde unpr Chig Brot For VILLAIN OF THE YEAR - LORNE MALVO (FARGO, CHANNEL FOUR) With his ludicrous chestnutcoloured bowlcut and furrylapelled car coat, Billy Bob Thornton's Lorne Malvo was arguably the most mellowly malevolent hitman - and possible emissary of Satan himself - to grace our screens since Javier Bardem's unpronounceable Anton Chigurh in the Coen Brother's No Country For Old Men.
With his ludicrous chestnutcoloured bowlcut wig and furry lapelled car coat, his Lorne Malvo is arguably the most quietly malevolent hitman - and possible emissary of Satan himself - to grace our screens since Javier Bardem's unpronounceable Anton Chigurh in the Coen's No Country For Old Men.