Ill wear that organdie frock Jerry likes so much; the one with the yellow rosebud in it.
Her organdie frock was long, longer than any she had yet worn.
organdie seems to be the material best suited for the garden-party frock.
I hope to goodness I dont ruin my organdie during chemistry.
Nothing more was said that week about the organdie, or the wedding, or the Forbes's party.
These frocks were very simple for the most part, organdie or swiss, and they were adjusted casually before the solitary mirror.
organdie or taffeta silk will stay rolled into place without the tie wire.
Her mother was in organdie with great balloon sleeves, and her hair in a Psyche knot.
An organdie may be defined as a fine, translucent muslin used exclusively for dress goods.
Elise had on a childish one-piece pink frock, with sleeves above the elbow, and an organdie sash.
"fine transparent muslin," 1829, from French organdi "sorte de Mousseline ou toile de coton" (1725), of unknown origin. Barnhart suggests it is an alteration of Organzi, from medieval form of Urgench, city in Uzbekistan that was a cotton textile center.