silver-buckled love


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  • (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

  • 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

  • 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.


  • 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

  • Then would the pretty bodice, the clocked stocking, and the silver-buckled shoe be, like the broad forehead and the bright eyes, fraught with the spring of a very chamois, until the strain was over.

    No Thoroughfare

  • Switzerland too, though the general fashion of her dress was English, peeped out of the fanciful bodice she wore, and lurked in the curious clocked red stocking, and in its little silver-buckled shoe.

    No Thoroughfare

  • The Mail on Sunday claims he accepted a pair of tooled leather cowboy boots, a Stetson and a silver-buckled belt bearing the initials "JP".


  • Chauffeurs were jumping down; here old ladies gingerly advanced black legs with silver-buckled shoes; old men striped trousers.

    Between the Acts

  • The boy was a paying pupil; though they were not ostentatiously dressed, Mr. Parfrey had taken due note of good fine cloth, the absence of frayed or darned hems, the shine on their silver-buckled shoes and a certain air of independence.

    Morgan’s Run


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