silver-buckled love

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  • The flaming wool, fastened by a circular silver brooch, fell from his right shoulder in a graceful drape, caught by a silver-studded sword belt before continuing its sweep past neat calves clothed in woolen hose and stopping just short of the silver-buckled black leather boots.

    Sick Cycle Carousel

  • (Pencherjevsky himself, by the way, was dressed in silk: most Russian gentlemen wear formal clothes as we do, more or less, but he affected a magnificent shimmering green tunic, clasped at the waist by a silver-buckled belt, and silk trousers of the same colour tucked into soft leather boots - a most striking costume, and comfortable too, I should imagine.)

    The Sky Writer

  • In his first season in London he took to going out in a bottle-green velvet smoking jacket edged with braid, wearing a cream-coloured shirt with a scalloped collar and an overabundant orange tie, taffeta knee breeches, black silk stockings, and silver-buckled shoes.

    Oscar Wilde and the Dead Man’s Smile

  • In his first season in London he took to going out in a bottle-green velvet smoking jacket edged with braid, wearing a cream-coloured shirt with a scalloped collar and an overabundant orange tie, taffeta knee breeches, black silk stockings, and silver-buckled shoes.

    Oscar Wilde and the Dead Man’s Smile

  • In his first season in London he took to going out in a bottle-green velvet smoking jacket edged with braid, wearing a cream-coloured shirt with a scalloped collar and an overabundant orange tie, taffeta knee breeches, black silk stockings, and silver-buckled shoes.

    Oscar Wilde and the Dead Man’s Smile

  • In his first season in London he took to going out in a bottle-green velvet smoking jacket edged with braid, wearing a cream-coloured shirt with a scalloped collar and an overabundant orange tie, taffeta knee breeches, black silk stockings, and silver-buckled shoes.

    Oscar Wilde and the Dead Man’s Smile

  • In his first season in London he took to going out in a bottle-green velvet smoking jacket edged with braid, wearing a cream-coloured shirt with a scalloped collar and an overabundant orange tie, taffeta knee breeches, black silk stockings, and silver-buckled shoes.

    Oscar Wilde and the Dead Man’s Smile

  • A striking man in his forties with a mane of greased black hair, tight jeans, black shirt with white buttons open halfway down his chest, heeled cowboy boots and silver-buckled belt walked up a giant charcoal-grey stallion that seemed barely under control.

    Wildwood

  • No one expected John Joseph to shut his burgundy office door, crouch down in his pressed Dockers pants and take a running start from his desk before leaping out of his office window with one shiny silver-buckled, black leather shoe out in front of him.

    Slipknot to Suicide

  • A striking man in his forties with a mane of greased black hair, tight jeans, black shirt with white buttons open halfway down his chest, heeled cowboy boots and silver-buckled belt walked up a giant charcoal-grey stallion that seemed barely under control.

    Wildwood

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