She had on an elaborate tea-gown in peach-blow silk and lace that sat on her dejectedly.
It keeps the peach-blow humanity from competing with the earthenware, to the disadvantage of the latter.
Mrs. Myron Neifkins, too, if report could be believed, was to be gowned in peach-blow satin worked in French knots.
That combination of sky-blue and peach-blow was always a favorite with your aunt,—French taste, she called it.
Mrs. Neifkins, too, came up to expectations in her peach-blow satin.
As previously stated, a peach-blow color forms a good ground for vermilion.