smocked


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smock

 (smŏk)
n.
A loose coatlike outer garment, often worn to protect the clothes while working.
tr.v. smocked, smock·ing, smocks
1. To clothe in a smock.
2. To decorate (fabric) with smocking.

[Middle English, woman's undergarment, from Old English smoc.]

smocked

(smɒkt)
adj
(Clothing & Fashion) (of a dress, blouse, etc) decorated with smocking
Translations

smocked

[ˈsmɒkt] adj [dress, blouse] → à smocks
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For the polo, just like mum Kate, in her [pounds sterling]39 blue stripedZara dress, Charlotte looked very stylish in a [pounds sterling]34 pink smocked dress fromLittle White Company.
"My clever mother kept all of my beautiful smocked dresses from when I was a child but I found it very hard to find affordable dresses in the shops...
Note: For stripes, work rib in A, then change to B and work for 3 1/2 (3 3/4, 4, 4 1/4)", then change to C and work for 7 (7 1/2, 8, 8 1/2)", then change back to B and work for 3 1/2 (3 3/4, 4, 4 1/4)", then change to A for smocked section.