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Plume crazy

(Michele McDonald/Globe Staff)
By Christine M. Liu
Globe Correspondent / October 23, 2008

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A flurry of feathers. A cluster of blossoms and wisps. A gathering of tulle, rhinestones, berries, or quills tucked into tresses. They're called fascinators. And these days, they offer a welcome bit of flirtatious diversion. (Full article: 456 words)

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