Atop her head sat an upturned, dented little metal bucket—recycling turned into millinery.
Thirty trunks—constructed to house everything from crinolines and corsets, to dresses and millinery—are piled high.
The millinery I caught a peep at looked too chic for a grandmother.
For fifty years the demand for plumes for millinery purposes has been growing.
This came from the fact that many fancy materials and ornaments used in millinery were imported from Milan.
She had got another situation at Starker's, in the millinery department.
She is said to be clever at millinery work and dressmaking; in fact, Mademoiselle de Vertmonteil recommended her to me.
Her next sentence, coolly delivered, related to some millinery matter.
But girls know that they still have mending, sewing, dressmaking and millinery to do.
Girls in such a circle could all help in blouse making or in millinery.