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- Cover clothing with the shoulder capes or take a cotton sheet and drape it over the clothing for the season to avoid dust and fading.
- He wears a grey t-shirt underneath a plaid flannel shirt and short grey cape, jeans, runners, and a plain black mask.
- His short cape blew along with the night wind, dancing to its melody as it sang through the desert.
- Nutty knitwear - woollen boots, sparkly, spartan leg warmers, bizarre capes and frocks combined to create a blindingly colourful but incomprehensible collection.
- A multi-colour short cape worn over hot pants - indeed very hot and chic - opened the show.
- Colombian flags waved in the wind and served as hats, ponchos, skirts and capes for the dozens of Colombians whose enthusiasm wasn't dampened by steady showers.
- Mind you, the outfits are of the least sensible variety, with flowing capes and swirling belts that would trip up even modest attempts to walk.
- But ponchos and capes are back in vogue too as well as oversize batwing or kimono jumpers, and they should give us all a bit of a break from the trim, belted look.
- Only one single figure silently slid through the gates, cloaked with a black cape, face hidden under the hood.
- I like wearing capes; they make me feel like a super hero.
- Despite the drizzly rain the 23 year old beauty looked amazing, wrapped in a red cape made by Irish designer Ciaran Sweeney.
- From moonboots to Barbour jackets via plastic capes and wellies, only a summer festival in rain-sodden Scotland could inspire people to wear the kind of gear you would normally pack for a winter break in Prague.
- A man intelligent enough to know that he stands on the edge of despair every night he dons that cape, and passionate enough to do it anyway.
- You can dress up a wolf in a bonnet and cape and pretend it's your granny, but - as another fable should have taught us long ago - it will still behave according to its nature.
- Her cape had fallen back off one shoulder, but she didn't seem to notice or care.
- My favourites were the bagpipers in kilts and bonnets with green capes thrown over one shoulder.
- With his topcoat resting across his shoulders like a cape, he strolled around the room with the flair of a Hollywood dandy.
- Todd whirled the blanket he had draped around his shoulders like a cape and exited back into the kitchen.
- It's like she's waiting for someone to run in from backstage and throw a cape over her shoulders.
- The 55-year-old dad-of-two from Worsley has been told by the best doctors on Spain's bullfighting circuit that he should hang up his cape and sword.
- The hairdresser tied a cape around his shoulders, washed his hair with shampoo that smelled like peaches.
1cabo masculinethe Cape — la provincia de El Cabo
- ‘And this,’ he said, with a sweep of his arm that took in the stark capes and headlands, the fleets of islands and the sea around us, ‘this was my school room.’
- For the same reasons sanctuaries were sited at the tip of capes or peninsulas or on an island close to the mainland.
- Without wasting a moment we head for the last cape of the Peninsula de Paria, with the help of a GPS that they inexplicably left behind.
- During the trip, on this cloudy but dry day, the boat passed Larn Island and went to the southwestern cape of Man Wichai Island.
- The beachline is interrupted by rocky capes and cliffs and the mouths of four rivers - the Kali, the Aghanashini, the Bedthi and the Sharavathy, where ferry services are available.
- Farms unfurled to the Bays of Pollenca and Alcudia as one last surge of Sierra forked into capes Pinar and Formentor.
- I know I did state the bleeding obvious while saying that, but how am I to know if you still know a cape from a bay from an isthmus from a strait?
- There is also an asphalt road to the small wetland Bolata north of the cape.
- Right now I think coastal erosion is a good possibility for the cape and the island and for eastern Long Island, as we're likely to see the surf pick up.
- The Spaniards have no claim to property there except that they have established a few settlements and named rivers and capes.
- On the bus back from the cape, you pass the lagoon at Porto Conte, with water as blue as the old Bounty ads.
- It really has nothing to do with Kerry other than to prove that people do actually hunt deer on the cape.