Meaning of peaches and cream in English:

peaches and cream

Pronunciation /ˌpiːtʃɪz (ə)n ˈkriːm/

Translate peaches and cream into Spanish

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  • (of a person's complexion) of a cream colour with downy pink cheeks.

    ‘Her peaches and cream complexion positively glowed against the white satin, her red hair even more vibrant than usual, piled in curls on top of her head.’
    • ‘It most often affects people who blush easily, have a fair skin, and what is often called a peaches and cream complexion.’
    • ‘The bride, not noted for a peaches and cream complexion, looked beautiful.’
    • ‘He was tall and handsome, in the all-American kind of way, with blond hair, blue eyes, peaches and cream complexion, and a killer smile.’
    • ‘Her lips were a quivering blue and her deathly pallor betrayed her usual peaches and cream complexion.’
    • ‘Her peaches and cream complexion glowed and her face held pure contentment.’
    • ‘Her eyes are a beautiful shade of blue and her skin is peaches and cream.’
    • ‘Her peaches and cream skin looked so soft, he wanted to touch it.’
    • ‘She had beautiful blue eyes and peaches and cream skin that practically glowed.’
    • ‘He was about six feet tall and had peaches and cream skin.’
    pale, light, light-coloured, white, cream-coloured, creamy, peaches and cream