Definition of 'chiffon'
Example sentences containing 'chiffon'
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The strapless pink chiffon gown the princess chose for a royal tour of Japan is one of the styles revisited in this new collection. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The chiffon shirt is floaty and girly but if worn alone it would swamp her frame. The Sun (2006)It seems to be made of a thousand miles of stretch silk chiffon. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The sequins on her jacket catch the chiffon of my blouse. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Printed pieces including chiffon blouses and jersey midi skirts. The Sun (2011)Witness the happy harmony between the lace and chiffon with that simple pencil skirt. Times, Sunday Times (2010)She was in her sixties, wearing a floaty chiffon gown and looked fabulous. The Sun (2015)Like the sublime peach chiffon and cream lace tea dress of 1946 in the exhibition. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Mix fabrics such as cotton, chiffon and lace for an airy look that will take you right through to autumn. The Sun (2008)I love this chic chiffon top. The Sun (2011)One of the trickiest aspects is marrying your own style with the floaty florals in easily combustible faux chiffon fabrics that the high street tempts you with. Times, Sunday Times (2011)What to buy A navy suit and a chiffon blouse. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Her ghostly form, clad in a white chiffon dress, twists and turns to mesmeric effect. Times, Sunday Times (2014)For Gwyneth and co there were some show-stopping panelled chiffon gowns. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Wear a floaty chiffon dress with a tough bomber to channel this autumn's eclectic, eccentric look. The Sun (2010)I would like it in silk, chiffon or cotton, with a fairly large bow. Times, Sunday Times (2008)After making myself up it's time for a quick change into some more of my swapped clothes - designer jeans and a chiffon top. The Sun (2008)To get some stars and stripes in, a sprinkling of stars appeared on ankle boots or on chiffon dresses that added a Nineties grungy feel. Times, Sunday Times (2014)She's worn one of my floaty chiffon gowns embroidered with petals but she can turn up in a pair of men's trousers with a print shirt. Times, Sunday Times (2012)It was a smart move: as the woman who made her name with wispy chiffon dresses, it made sense to deliver the garments at which she excels. Times, Sunday Times (2013)
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Translations for 'chiffon'
British English: chiffon NOUN
Chiffon is a kind of very thin silk or nylon cloth that you can see through.
...floaty chiffon skirts.
Definition of chiffon from the Collins English Dictionary
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