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laces

a term describing white marking on the legs in cats.
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Her long-sleeved lace dress designed by Sarah Burton received raves for its simplicity and grandeur.
Queen Victoria and all her daughters, as well as Queen Alexandra and Queen Mary, were married in Honiton lace, while the original Royal Christening Robe, made for the christening of Queen Victoria's first child, the Princess Royal, in 1841, was a gift from the lace makers of Woodbury Parish.
If Self-Portrait is out of your price range, here are four gorgeous lace dresses to help you get the celeb look for significantly less.
On the back bodice, the placement of the lace insert depends on the kind of straps your tank has.
The exhibition, she explains, differentiates not by place (while Lefkara lace and embroidery is by far the most well-known, many other villages in Cyprus were equally important in this trade) but by technique.
Jessica is faultless in an ankle-grazing lace dress with a suede biker jacket.
A figure-hugging midi-style dress is perfect for flaunting hourglass curves, and the lace adds a touch of old school glamour.
Lace, with a flesh coloured lining has been the party dress of choice for several seasons now.
They not only put food on their table by the selling of their lace and ribbon," she said.
Fundamentally, I wanted to see how the unfurling story of Irish lace is playing out in the daily lives of Buffalonians.
This black lace trimmed candle would look beautiful in any boudoir and it is just PS3 at Wilkinson ?