He was wearing a faded blue shirt, an old pair of linen trousers and espadrilles.
He was wearing a natty scarlet and white pinstripe blouse, pseude trousers and espadrilles.
Lauren Bacall's character in the 1948 movie Key Largo wore ankle-laced espadrilles.
The cover features Gaston wearing orange espadrilles without socks, not yet given his trademark blue espadrilles.
Maillol "spoke Catalan, wore traditional espadrilles, a sash and a barretina (the traditional Catalan cap), he danced sardanes" and he openly proclaimed his Catalan identity: "I consider Catalonia my true homeland".
She wore her old Grau du Roi striped shirt fresh-washed and shrunk now and much faded, new gray flannel slacks, and espadrilles.
She wore loose black silks and black espadrilles.
The man wears dark pants, a striped shirt, espadrilles or boots with thick white tights that are folded over the pants.
Sheppard, a stylish fellow, is wearing an Argyle sweater and espadrilles tonight.
Michael wore espadrilles, an open suede jacket, and rolled-up denim jeans.