- From French boucler ("to buckle"). (Wiktionary)
“Chanel inevitably has the crème de la crème of boucle jackets, with feather trim from £21,926.”
“Associated Press A crowd of editors, retailers and celebrity clients like Cindy Adams sat in the front row admiring things like flannel coats, jackets in jacquard and boucle.”
“A little farther along at Chanel's boutique, as one might expect, one can recline on tweedy, boucle sofas, leaning back against gold pillows whilst trying on the classic two-tone ballet pumps.”
“Fur made its way into and onto everything including bags, the traditional Chanel boucle jackets, boots, shoes and ingenious knitwear.”
“Navy is the new black and sparkly boucle is the new day fabric of choice.”
“ÂNavy is the new black and sparkly boucle is the new day fabric of choice.”
“From right to left, Jil Sander's paisley separates; a simple white boucle suit from Chanel; Louis Vuitton's Broderie Anglaise; the perfect denim and silk trousers from Balenciaga; Dior's cropped pants; Prada's ¾-length coat.”
“Leather on wool boucle, fur on transparent plastic and glitter on chiffon were just some of the combinations.”
“Sheath dresses in mohair and boucle were a like a field of wildflowers in bloom.”
“Lazy male dressers aside, other gaps for us females include those created by mandatory attendance at Saturday soccer games; "informal suppers" given by people we don't know well be sure to wear some serious jewelry if you take this route — "informal" is a ruse to test your mettle and it certainly doesn't mean "don't try"; and periods of unemployment when Marni dresses and Chanel boucle simply get in the way of dishwasher loading.”
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