March 25, 2012


twill |twil|nouna fabric so woven as to have a surface of diagonal parallel ridges.verb [ trans. [usu. as adj. ( twilled)weave (fabric) in this way twilled cotton.ORIGIN Middle English : from a Scots andnorthern English variant of obsolete twilly, from Old English twi- [two,] suggested byLatin bilix ‘two-threaded.’Carven cotton-twill dress, $513, Net-a-Porter

 Carven navy twill and tweed belted dress, $533, Net-a-Porter
 DNKY ruffled twill dress, $221, The Outnet
 Ermanno Scervino waffle-knit twill dress, $411, The Outnet
 Jonathan Saunders yvie printed cotton-blend twill dress, $1818, Net-a-Porter
 Marc by Marc Jacobs flocked metallic twill dress, $363, The Outnet
 Marni chiffon and cotton-twill dress, $281, The Outnet

 McQ by Alexander McQueen cotton-blend twill dress, $368, The Outnet
Preen Bridget sretch-twill dress, $632, The Outnet
 Red Valentino floral-print satin-twill dress, $910, Net-a-Porter
Tibi printed silk-twill dress, $499, Net-a-Porter

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