In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1also blouson jacket
Britishchaqueta femininecazadora feminine Spainchamarra feminine Mexicocampera feminine River Plate
- Her newer slouchy silhouette offers sporty satin blouson jackets and drawstring pants to mix with sensual hand crochet knits.
- No blouson denim jackets, or orange-lined bomber jackets which made a noise like you were wearing a binbag whenever you moved.
- For the first time, the contract will involve the supply of the entire garda uniform, including a blouson jacket with zip-in fleece, shirts, trousers and boots.
- Although the skirts are short, the look is warmed up by small down jackets, light sheepskin blousons, boots and also pretty, small mantles in cable knit.
- Inside, big-haired models wearing high-shine lipstick strike power poses in aviator sunglasses and leather blousons.
- We're all aware that, while cutting-edge fashion can be a slither of mermaid sequins slashed north of the knicker line, it just as often means a tweedy suit, and a caramel leather blouson worn with shades.
- Two dancers in white make a classical assignation, she on pointe, he in heroic blouson.
- Netting featured throughout the display, popping up as a panel on the back of a blouson or as material for the skimpiest of tunics.
- There's also the too-young, perpetually fashion-free pastel shirts, the too-tight jeans and the blouson leather jackets; sartorial choices suggesting he shops by catalogue with his eyes shut.
- The mystery caller was stocky and dressed in a blouson jacket and a baseball cap.
- I took the difficult decision to tell Jack his pin-striped skirt and blouson hadn't gone down too well on this side of the Atlantic, but he was having none of it.
- One favourite piece is a classic style satin blouson, which is available in three colours and is reversible.
- Slouchy drawstring pants, a blouson jacket with crystal cuffs, stretchy mini skirts and tiny mid-riff tops.
- Northern beaver is worked in soft ivory tones in blouson pullovers and jackets.
- Basic forms like blousons or trench-coats, shirts or T-shirts, skirts or pants, are always enriched by new unexpected, ironic elements.
- All were dressed alike in soft flowing blousons and trousers cut off at the shin, so their movements were unrestricted and fluid, like folk in a dream, or the near dead.
- I'm not sure what I find more perplexing; that someone would get married in a black leather blouson followed by a wedding breakfast in a fast food restaurant or that someone would put the cutting on the internet!
- The blouson is adapted from a tuxedo jacket provided with an extra large lapel, the end of which goes over the meeting line between the shoulders and the upper arms.
- After all, he's not still wearing that 1985 black velvet blouson jacket with the elasticated waist and ‘Gigolo’ written on the back, is he?
- But tamed down to their elements - such as zip detailing and cosy down-stuffed linings in bombers and blousons - even these translate as sound casual wear.
2US(woman's bodice)blusón masculine
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