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antique-looking

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  • Associated Press Marchesa designer Georgina Chapman used lace throughout her fall collection – even as footwear – with antique-looking dresses and gowns.

    Lace on the Runway and the Red Carpet

  • In the living room, there's an antique-looking trunk coffee table with an elaborately designed chess set on top, flanked by dark leather couches.

    A Globe-Trotter's New York Pad

  • It was true, the store looked like an expensive kind of store: the window displays were nearly bare except for a few tastefully decorated mannequins and some antique-looking pieces of furniture.

    Time of Death

  • Under a stack of old cardboard file boxes at the back of the vault, Luke discovered a small, antique-looking, leather-bound trunk stamped with the name of Dr. Charles H. Gilbert.

    In The Shadow of The Cypress

  • Katie offered, which seemed very adult to me—until she took my parka and tossed it on top of an antique-looking desk.

    mostly good girls

  • She agrees with my suggestion that we should use “a Lanvin-ish antique-looking glitter” instead of anything too sparkly.

    Tinselgate: My Side of the Story

  • A well-preserved fifty, Anna Morgan was an antique-looking beauty, sympathetic but serious.

    Cherchez l'homme (Look for the Man)(Revision)

  • Joy hurriedly retrieved the two antique-looking nets.

    Unearthly Asylum

  • She agrees with my suggestion that we should use “a Lanvin-ish antique-looking glitter” instead of anything too sparkly.

    Tinselgate: My Side of the Story

  • She agrees with my suggestion that we should use “a Lanvin-ish antique-looking glitter” instead of anything too sparkly.

    Tinselgate: My Side of the Story

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