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“Then he takes off his frumpy turned-up hat, places it on the counter, and transforms into someone else.”
“Bruno, Max and I can now often be found wearing a similar outfits - black t-shirts, turned-up jeans and birkenstocks ... now just to indoctrinate Lola into the family outfit ....”
“Outlandish and informal street performers entertain passers-by who drop coins in turned-up hats.”
“Owens 'trademark elements were all there -- the extra-long sleeveless vests, the oversized turned-up collars, the backless apron shirts -- but somehow their aggressive edge had been slightly blunted.”
“I have to don a pink turban and really uncomfortable shoes with the turned-up toes.”
“A few days into the trial, members of the Chicago Urban Art Society turned-up in front of the Everett McKinley Dirksen United States Courthouse, with plans for a little PR stunt of their own.”
“Layers: purple turtleneck, black scarf, black hacking jacket with turned-up light brown suede cuffs.”
“At close quarters, he cut something of a comic figure, with his highly correct suit of grey broadcloth strangely augmented by an embroidered skullcap and slippers with turned-up toes.”
“Casual hats for the day included the Homburg, a stiff felt hat with a dented crown and turned-up silk-bound brim; the Trilby, of a similar shape but with a softer felt; and the Derby (Bowler in America), with either curved or flat sides.”
“Maybe it's just the turned-up brim that seems somehow arrogant.”
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