Translation of voile in Spanish:


voile, n.

Pronunciation /vɔɪl//vɔɪl//vwɑːl/


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    voile masculine
    • The bride looked stunning in an ivory train bodice and voile skirt.
    • Made from a voile fabric in a honeycombed Venetian style, these blinds create a lovely window feature, while allowing diffused light to get through.
    • There are also silk taffeta, stretch satin and stretch voile, silk chiffon dresses and printed silk kimonos.
    • Finally, black made its ubiquitous appearance in a host of linen tuxedo jackets and pants for men and a cotton voile sleeping shirt worn with satin short shorts for women.
    • Lighter window treatments such as voile and muslin can diffuse daylight into a room with designer effects.
    • There is an air of chic relaxation in the classic linen, crisp poplin and delicate voiles shot against the rocks and pinewoods of Corsica.
    • If your windows are cloaked in dark, heavy curtains consider investing in paler more diffuse material in voile, set in casual drifts behind tie-backs.
    • Using muslin, voile, paper and many other delicate fabrics, learn how to mould and shape the material into individual vases and bowls.
    • He added big floral prints drenched with reminiscence and balanced retro-looking fabrics like lightweight cotton voile and washed twill with modern nylon and Lycra blends.
    • This installation comprised sheets of voile and silk suspended like washing on three lines.
    • To them, we suggest trying a shade close to charcoal, in a soft fabric such as organza, voile or chiffon, and accessorising it with some striking white jewellery.
    • Fabrics are those of traditional lingerie, such as cotton, in a range of textures: batiste, voile, gauze.
    • The case is lined with white voile with green polka dots, of course.
    • A light breeze blew the fine voile curtains away from the windows and early morning light chased away all the shadows.
    • Cut voile fabric to drape over the table, tracing the edges of the white skirt for a guide; no need to hem or size it carefully for this temporary look.
    • Key materials for winter 2005 include mohair, wool, voile and leather.
    • The designer's collection for this season has chiffons, georgettes, and voiles along with cotton, which is always in vogue.
    • Clean cotton curtains in the same pale shades fitted to curtain poles to give them lift, or else wood-slatted blinds softened by voile curtains, add the finishing touch.
    • I loved her long cream monk coats with decorative pleating on the sleeves and voile detailing on the neck.
    • Materials range from voile and organza to dyed python and nylon mesh.