“I love your 'ruched' dye process ... the final piece has wonderful movement, doesn't it?”
“Whoever wrote the copy is also unclear on "ruched," and just for style purposes I would recommend "cascading" over "descending," and of course "ascending" is right out.”
“He is made from green bobbly fleece instead of felf, which is lovely and soft but a bit of a pain to work with because it is kind of ruched up SP? and tends to go in a different direction to the one I want it to go in when I am sewing it.”
“The "ruched" young woman jabs the air again, looks around, and startles.”
“A fat lady on stage was far more of a subversive statement than the ruched purple pants and shirt worn by one model with a choppy haircut and a glum expression.”
“Dresses billowed from the bust, ruched at the hip and dipped dizzily above and below the knee — all in wonderful silks, satins and taffetas.”
“Like Junya Watanabe's brown ruched leather dress £850, Browns , they often have draping, pockets, slits or wraps.”
“The coats have a long, weighted hem that covers pedaling knees and a ruched hood that moves with the head for clear visibility when a cyclist looks right or left.”
“For the occasion she donned a wrinkled and ruched fuchsia and black dress with slingback heels.”
“Marion Cotillard stepped out to the "Les Petits Mouchoirs" premiere in Paris on Thursday night where she wore a strapless and ruched black leather dress.”
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