February 12, 2012


brocade |brōˈkād|nouna rich fabric, usually silk, woven with a raised pattern, typically with gold or silver thread[as adj. a heavy brocade curtain.verb [ trans. [usu. as adj. ( brocaded)weave (something) with this design a heavily brocaded blanket.ORIGIN late 16th cent.: from Spanish andPortuguese brocado (influenced by French brocart), from Italian broccato, from brocco ‘twisted thread.’Wondering how stunning brocade dresses are? You should consider coniefox dresses from theuniuni.com:

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