She said something about purchasing a hat she saw in the milliner 's window.
‘It does bring out the colour of your eyes remarkably well, Miss Charity,’ Mr Watson, the milliner , complimented eagerly.
Alison got a local milliner to make her a stunning hat
She did not notice the girl in yellow walking gown hurry out of the milliner 's shop.
Instead, the refugees eventually settled in Gothenburg with the enterprising Marianne establishing her own studio and her mother working as a milliner .
Windsor was cast as Millie, the leader of a group of garment workers in a milliner 's shop, catering to the fashion demands of British women in 1902.
I walked to the university, where before becoming a milliner I had taken a copy-editing class courtesy of my then-workplace.
It gave ladies the chance to make good use of the hatboxes in which their creations had been delivered, by propping them decorously over the top of their triumphs of the milliner 's art.
It is still crucial at a British wedding and at Ascot, where a milliner 's creativity gets to run wild in a way that's impossible anywhere else in the world.
Clever seamstresses, milliners , and tradesmen quickly reproduced the latest in sleeves, bonnets, and furnishings for their wealthy clients.