Simple muslins and wools, soft, clinging silks and gauzes should be worn.
I saw some gauzes in a shop in Bath Street yesterday at only 4d.
Gauzes were afterwards produced in large quantities in Norwich.
She was loaded with lilac plumes, ribbands, and gauzes, and Camilla saw her bed completely covered with her new ball dress.
Some of the gauzes from eastern Asia were brocaded with flowers of gold or silver.
She was indeed gorgeous, a splendid brown butterfly with all kinds of iridescent effects gleaming through her gauzes.
Why are we to pay fifteen per cent duty for foreign silk manufactures; for velvets, gauzes, satins, and suchlike?
From the depths of her theatre trunks she produced a bewildering assortment of laces, chiffon, silks, and the filmiest of gauzes.
Faded photographs of young women in tights and gauzes ornamented the mirror and the walls.
A little isinglass, dissolved in the rinsing water of blondes and gauzes, is good to stiffen them.