Traveling Dresses are principally composed of foulard coutit, or of flowered jaconets, with the cassaquette of the same material.
She felt as if she were choking somehow, and removed the foulard that she wore about her neck.
Instinctively she sensed when taffeta was to be superseded by foulard.
The first sum was wrapped in a foulard handkerchief knotted by the four corners.
At once to the quick click of an ouvreuses key, the door opened and Tempest appeared, a foulard showing above his coat.
I have been driving about shivering in the open carriage and my seal-skin felt like a foulard.
None is more so than the foulard dress of a dark color, with branches of foliage and large bouquets of flowers.
Mollie's mother had a foulard silk dress last summer; so did Grandmother Allen.
He glanced over his shoulder and winked jocosely at the woman with the foulard blouse.