She gave herself airs, and bought an aigrette for her Sunday bonnet.
The Man glanced at the aigrette, smiled discreetly, and said nothing.
The law is in effect; and the aigrette business is dead in this state.
From the aigrette in her hair to the paste buckle on her shoe she was mondaine.
If I am correctly informed, the London feather trade admits that it requires six egrets to yield one "ounce" of aigrette plumes.
Miss Pritchett flushed and tossed her head till the aigrette in her smart little bonnet shook like a leaf.
He published a succession of pages showing the frightful cost at which the aigrette was secured.
Because I am a woman: I realize that no head ornament will set off my hair so well as an aigrette.
The demand for the aigrette constantly increased and rose to hitherto unknown figures.
Her daughter, Lady Dering, came also arrayed in a queenly dress of amber silk with an aigrette of feathers in her hair.