She wore a new gown, fawn-colour and violet, with a picture-hat, very taking.
He was a plain man, and he stood in considerable awe of the picture-hat and its wearer.
She put on her picture-hat carefully with sixteen pins in it, and went away.
She wore a picture-hat and a costume the keynote of which was a certain aggressive attractiveness.
At least it would astonish the salmon, for it looked like a last season's picture-hat, very much the worse for wear.
Barbara glanced at his thoughtful, strong face from under the edge of her picture-hat, which slyly she had rearranged.
She no longer wore the picture-hat, and Rutherford, looking at her, came to the conclusion that the change was an improvement.