The village houses are done up in pale gray and mauve and preside over lawns so neat and green they look like carpeting.
Wool lace blouses with dolman sleeves topped slim matching skirts in shades of pea green and mauve.
The opening look combined a light turquoise, slinky evening gown with a mauve headpiece.
purple dye, 1859, from French mauve, from Old French mauve "mallow" (13c.), from Latin malva "mallow;" the dye so called from the color of the mallow plant. Related: Mauvish.