The bride's aunt wore her moire antique, with coral bracelets, and at breakfast in the restaurant she wept.
This machine is also made to I produce the "moire luster" finish.
Dress of moire antique, ornamented with narrow velvet ribbons, about three-eighths of an inch wide.
moire, mwor, n. watered silk: a watered appearance on metals or textile fabrics.
moire—The water effect produced on silk, moreen, and like fabrics.
The skirt is trimmed with five moire bands with biais at their edges.
On the body there are two rows of moire and three on each band of the skirt.
The opening is confined by five moire bands, each with a bow of the same.
The sleeves, half wide, are terminated by a cuff turned up with moire and a biais on the edge.
Many gems of binding are adorned with fly-leaves of moire silk, or rich colored satin.