tobacco-colored love

tobacco-colored

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  • Whoever Simon was, he was important enough to trade her standard work attire of black trousers and white blouse for a haute-couture outfit she bought on her last trip to Paris—caramel cashmere sweater with a sexy diagonal neckline, tobacco-colored wool skirt with a side slit, and a striking leather bow belt.

    The Viognier Vendetta

  • As he stood over her grave, he noticed a tobacco-colored gourd.

    The Greenery of Spring Time

  • The smoke hovered in the cool morning air, twisting into shapes of the god, Li-Tieguai, his iron crutch in one hand, a tobacco-colored gourd bottle in the other.

    The Greenery of Spring Time

  • Kurt Wilberding/The Wall Street Journal A silk toile coat in print called "broken clouds" and silk crepe blouse with tobacco-colored hot pants were one of the looks presented at Diane von Furstenberg's runway show Sunday afternoon at New York fashion week.

    DvF: Boldface Forward

  • The problem here is that of a tobacco-colored top, more or less doing the job of covering the domed scalp while suffering lately from some forehead encroachment.

    On the Limits of Self-Improvement, Part III

  • Their hard bodies cracked against the windshield in tobacco-colored splatters.

    Plain Language

  • Their hard bodies cracked against the windshield in tobacco-colored splatters.

    Plain Language

  • I scrubbed my face and put on some makeup, changed into a bronze silk blouse and tobacco-colored pants with a matching cardigan, and put on some brown leather pumps.

    All Together Dead

  • Their hard bodies cracked against the windshield in tobacco-colored splatters.

    Plain Language

  • Their hard bodies cracked against the windshield in tobacco-colored splatters.

    Plain Language

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