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CLOTHING
JEANS
LITTLE BLACK DRESS
TOGA
TUNIC
TRENCH COAT
TIGHTS
SWIMSUITS
ABAYA
ANORAK
BABYDOLL
BLACK TIE
BODICE
BODYSTOCKING
BREECHES
CASSOCK
CATSUIT
CHEMISE
CLOAK
CORSET
COSTUME
DHOTI
DUPATTA
FARTHINGALE
FROCK COAT
GLOVE
GOWN
HIJAB
KEFFIYEH
KNICKERS
KONTUSZ
LEDERHOSEN
LEGGINGS
LUNGI
MINISKIRT
NEHRU JACKET
NIGHTGOWN
PANTSUIT
PASHMINA
PEIGNOIR
ROBE
SAFARI JACKET
SAILOR SUIT
SALWAR KAMEEZ
SARI
SEERSUCKER
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Clothing

  1. Clothing is an integral part of each nation's culture and traditions.
  2. Clothing is a way to show others that you have respect and consideration for the situation.
  3. Clothing is all the more important for people who travel in a variety of conditions and temperatures. (Web site)
  4. Clothing is any garment worn on the human body for warmth, adornment, protection against the elements, and modesty.
  5. Clothing is a seasonal business.

Jeans

  1. Jeans are trousers traditionally made from denim, but may also be made from a variety of fabrics including cotton and corduroy.
  2. Jeans are casual, comfortable, sophisticated and sexy.
  3. Jeans are one of the most durable and versatile pieces of clothing around.
  4. Jeans were developed in America around 1872.

Little Black Dress

  1. A little black dress is a short, unfussy evening or cocktail dress, popularized in the 1920s by the fashion designer Coco Chanel with her "Ford" dress.
  2. A little black dress is a little black dress is a little black dress.
  3. Little black dress - A little black dress is a short, unfussy evening or cocktail dress, popularized in the 1920s by the fashion designer Coco Chanel.
  4. The Little Black Dress is the Holy Grail of clothing—timeless, elusive, and different for everyone.
  5. The little black dress is a must in every womans closet, and there are lots of choices this year.

Toga

  1. The TOGA was woven into a semi-circular form. (Web site)
  2. The TOGA is a formal garment worn only by citizens. (Web site)
  3. The toga is the definitive garment of the Roman male.
  4. The toga was a burdensome garment in more than one way, for it cost so much that a poor man, especially on of the working class, could hardly afford it.
  5. The toga was a symbol of citizenship.

Tunic

  1. The tunic was an early garment worn by itself or as an under garment.
  2. A tunic was the informal indoor costume, as a toga was a formal garment. (Web site)
  3. The tunic is a basic, roomy design made from natural cotton muslin, or the more period accurate linen. (Web site)
  4. A tunic is a school uniform garment. (Web site)
  5. The tunic was eventually replaced by the fitteddoublet in the fourteenth century. (Web site)

Trench Coat

  1. A trench coat is a lightweight single or double breasted, belted coat which had the original purpose of being water resistant.
  2. A trench coat is a stylish and popular item of clothing worn round the world.
  3. A trench coat is an enduringly popular item of clothing worn round the world.
  4. The trench coat is a spring basic that will take you from daytime to night.

Tights

  1. Tights are a type of leg coverings fabric extending from the waist to feet.
  2. In the United Kingdom the word "tights" is always used.
  3. Tights are also called "collant(s)" and "collant" is also an adverb meaning sticky. (Web site)
  4. Tights are also worn for a variety of specialized activities. (Web site)
  5. Tights are called "panties" in French. (Web site)

Swimsuits

  1. Swimsuits are also worn on beaches and around swimming pools (even if no swimming is involved). (Web site)

Abaya

  1. ABAYA: The Abaya is a large, black cloak, worn either loose and flowing or wrapped around the body. (Web site)
  2. Abaya - one type of overdress.
  3. Abaya are robes like dresses that Muslim women wear on top of regular clothing. (Web site)
  4. Abaya: The abaya is an overgarment worn by Muslim women. (Web site)
  5. An abaya is a primarily women's garment worn in Saudi Arabia, and sometimes other places in the Persian Gulf region.

Anorak

  1. Anorak is a term used in Greenland and parka comes from the Alaskan Aleutian Islands. (Web site)
  2. An anorak is a special type of jacket[?].
  3. ANORAK - a (usually) non-software geek or nerd with special interest in.
  4. Although of Inuit origin, the word "anorak" is mainly used in Britain, while "parka" is the almost universal name in the United States and Canada.
  5. Anorak is also the name of a British parody on a tabloid .

Babydoll

  1. A babydoll is a short nightgown or negligee intended as nightwear for a female. (Web site)
  2. A babydoll is a short nightgown that intended as a nightwear for women, often trimmed with lace and ribbons.
  3. A babydoll is a woman's short nightgown sometimes with lace, ruffles,bows and ribbons, usually with spaghetti straps.
  4. BABYDOLL - A babydoll is a short night gown or neglige intended as night wear, Lingerie.
  5. BABYDOLL - A short gown about waist long usually with matching panties.

Black Tie

  1. Black tie is a dress code for formal evening events Its primary component is the normally wear mess uniforms which correspond to evening dress or black tie.
  2. Black tie is a dress code for formal evening events that are not formal enough to require white tie. (Web site)
  3. Black tie is a dress code for formal evening events that are not formal enough.
  4. Black tie is a dress code for formal evening events.

Bodice

  1. A bodice is the upper part of a woman’s dress from the shoulders to the waist. (Web site)
  2. Bodice - A bodice is an article of clothing for women, covering the body from the neck to the waist. (Web site)
  3. Bodice - A tight fitting vest which supports the bosom.
  4. Bodice: The portion of a woman's garment that covers the upper part of a woman's body, including the breasts.
  5. Bodice: The portion of garment that covers the upper part of a woman's body, including the breasts.

Bodystocking

  1. A 'bodystocking' is an article of lingerie, similar to a leotard or a catsuit.
  2. A bodystocking is something that both of you can enjoy.
  3. BODYSTOCKING - A bodystocking is an article of lingerie similar to a leotard or a catsuit. (Web site)
  4. BODYSTOCKING - Also called a CATSUIT, is a stocking that covers the whole body.
  5. Bodystocking - A bodystocking is a full, body-hugging, one-piece outfit made of a stretch material.

Breeches

  1. Breeches are an item of Clothing covering the body from the Waist down, with separate coverings for each Leg.
  2. Breeches are also an item of protective clothing used in the martial art of Fencing. (Web site)
  3. Breeches are commonly found in wool, less common in linen, cotton and hemp.
  4. Breeches are decorated with trims at the knee, or be of very opulent fabric to befit one's station. (Web site)
  5. Breeches are front-buttoning pants which extend to the knee level, and were relatively baggy.

Cassock

  1. A cassock is a long, close fitting garment worn by ecclesiastics and others engaged in church functions.
  2. A 'cassock' is also a loose-fitting, pullover, hip-length jacket worn by ordinary soldiers in the sixteenth century.
  3. A cassock is a plain, lightweight, ankle-length tunic with long sleeves, but no hood.
  4. Cassock - A long garment with sleeves.
  5. Cassock - A long with sleeves.

Catsuit

  1. A catsuit is a full bodystocking made of stretch material and may be either sheer, lace, fishnet or opaque. (Web site)
  2. A 'catsuit' is a skin-tight one-piece garment with sleeves and long legs, and sometimes with feet or gloves, sometimes with a hood.
  3. Catsuit - A catsuit is a full bodystocking made of stretch material and may be either sheer, lace, fishnet or opaque.
  4. It is identical to a unitard in construction, but the term "catsuit" tends to be preferred in fancy-dress costume or erotic contexts.
  5. The catsuit was made popular in the 1960s by Diana Rigg in "The Avengers." Charmeuse (fabric) - A lightweight silk or silk-like fabric of French origin.

Chemise

  1. A chemise is a loose-fitting dress that hangs straight down from the shoulders.
  2. A chemise is a short flowing A-line gown that-s longer than a baby doll.
  3. A chemise is another one of those items that started out as nightwear, but sometimes shows up in the daytime. (Web site)
  4. CHEMISE - Usually a loose fitting garment that extends the babydoll piece to the waist area.
  5. Chemise - A one piece loose undergarment. (Web site)

Cloak

  1. A cloak was used as an outer garment.
  2. A cloak was worn at night and during winter for warmth, and as protection against rain and wind.
  3. The cloak was also edged with a double row of truly large pearls. (Web site)
  4. The cloak was also strewn with gold foil paillettes or spangles (Hald 1980, 102). (Web site)
  5. The cloak was worn with trunk hose, or short breeches, padded with horsehair.

Corset

  1. A corset is a closefitting garment that gives the wearer an alluring hourglass shape.
  2. A corset is a closefitting garment that is worn to support and shape the upper body.
  3. A corset is a foundation garment which is stiffened, usually with bone, possibly elasticized, and laced in the back.
  4. A corset is a garment that is worn tightly to emphasize the shape of the upper body.
  5. A corset is a garment worn to mold the torso into a desired shape for aesthetic or orthopaedic purposes . (Web site)

Costume

  1. Costume is used of the style of dress appropriate to some occasion, purpose, period, or character, esp. (Web site)
  2. A costume is an outfit or a disguise worn on Mardi Gras, Halloween, or similar occasions.
  3. Costume: a general bibliography. (Web site)
  4. Costume: an outfit or a disguise worn on Mardi Gras, Halloween, or similar occasions.
  5. The costume is a nameless gargoyle, but when I here fools call me "bat girl", Demona's rage comes out.

Dhoti

  1. A Dhoti is a longer 'Lungi' but with an additional length of material pulled up between the legs. (Web site)
  2. A dhoti is a longer lungi but with additional length of material pulled between the legs.
  3. A dhoti is a longer lungi but with additional length of material pulled up between the legs.
  4. A dhoti is a slightly longer lungi but with an additional length of material pulled up between the legs.
  5. Dhoti - A long rectangular piece of cloth traditionally worn by men in India. (Web site)

Dupatta

  1. A dupatta is a huge scarf or shawl worn across the shoulders. (Web site)
  2. A dupatta is a longer, narrower piece of silk also worn as a shawl.
  3. Dupatta is a long scarf that is essential to many Indian and Pakistani women's suits.
  4. Dupatta is a long scarf that is essential to many Indian and Pakistani womens suits. (Web site)
  5. Dupatta is a rectangular piece of cloth, embroided or plain measuring two and a half to three down the back or wrapped around the shoulder.

Farthingale

  1. A Farthingale is a petticoat held out with stiff hoops, sometimes dramatically at right angles to the waist.
  2. Farthingale is a controversial and sensitive matter).
  3. Farthingale is a garment that hangs from the John Cooper and Cooper S models.
  4. Farthingale is a niche market for skirts for men (known as dressdown Friday or casual Friday) during which employees may wear less formal apparel.
  5. Farthingale is a tube or coneshaped garment which hangs from the left jacket sleeve.

Frock Coat

  1. A frock coat is a men's coat characterized by knee-length skirts all around, in contrast to tail coat s and cutaways.
  2. A frock coat is a men's coat characterized by knee-length skirts all around, in contrast to tail coats and cutaways.
  3. A frock coat is a men's coat style of the nineteenth century, characterized by full skirts reaching to the lower thigh or knee. (Web site)
  4. Frock coat - A frock coat is a men's coat characterized by knee-length skirts all around, in contrast to tail coats and cutaways.
  5. The frock coat is a long coat, extending half way between the hip and the knee.

Glove

  1. Magid is the world’s largest manufacturer, importer and distributor of "work gloves". (Web site)
  2. Gloves are a type of personal protective equipment used to protect against chemicals and hazardous substances.
  3. A glove is a piece of clothing that covers the hand.
  4. Glove: The protective garment worn on your weapon hand.
  5. A glove is a type of garment that covers the hand.

Gown

  1. A gown is a fancy dress. (Web site)
  2. A gown is a long dress, sexy sleepwear, nightgown, or piece of womens, bridal accessories and function consulting.
  3. A gown is a long dress.
  4. A gown is a long, often loose, flowing garment. (Web site)
  5. GOWN - Used for night or lounge wear, extends down to the mid-calf or longer.

Hijab

  1. Hijab is a headcover that Muslim women usually wear to cover their hair and head. (Web site)
  2. Hijab: A Code of Conduct Not Just a Headcover - The jilbab is "a full length coat or cloak". (Web site)
  3. Hijab: The word hijab comes from the Arabic word haya, meaning modesty. (Web site)
  4. Hijab: The word hijab primarily refers to a headscarf worn by Muslim women. (Web site)
  5. In common usage among Muslims, the word "hijab" refers to the headscarf. (Web site)

Keffiyeh

  1. Keffiyeh: The traditional head cloth worn by most men and women of Zakhara.
  2. Keffiyeh: The traditional headcloth worn by most men and women of Zakhara.
  3. The Keffiyeh is a white knitted skull cap worn under the Ghutra. (Web site)
  4. The keffiyeh is a perfect example of form following function.
  5. The keffiyeh is a traditional Arab headdress, made of a square of cloth (" scarf "), usually cotton, folded and wrapped in various styles around the head. (Web site)

Knickers

  1. Knickers are today generally associated with the 1900s-30s, but modern knickers were worn as early as the 1860s. (Web site)
  2. Knickers are today generally associated with the 1900s-30s, but modern knickers were worn as early as the mid-19th century. (Web site)
  3. Knickers are underpants, specifically women's underpants.
  4. Knickers is a word used to refer to two very different items of clothing.
  5. Knickers were a major boys' fashion in the late 19th and early 20th century, although they were initially invented for adults. (Web site)

Kontusz

  1. The kontusz was a long robe, usually reaching to below the knees, with a set of decorative buttons down the front.
  2. The kontusz was more of a decorative then useful garment.
  3. The kontusz was tied with a long, wide belt called a pas kontuszowy .
  4. The kontusz was usually of a vivid color, and the lining had to be of a contrasting hue.
  5. The kontusz was usually of a vivid colour, and the lining had to be of a contrasting hue.

Lederhosen

  1. Lederhosen are commonly seen as summer or warm weather pants as short pants are today mostly seen as warm weather clothes. (Web site)
  2. Lederhosen are also great for toughening-up challenges or hiking. (Web site)
  3. Lederhosen are basically very simple garments, but they are countless small differences, most understandably to the front of the garment. (Web site)
  4. Lederhosen are commonly worn by German bands and dance groups. (Web site)
  5. Lederhosen are essentially a male garment. (Web site)

Leggings

  1. Leggings are also worn as a fashion trend by men on the London electro-music scene. (Web site)
  2. Leggings are any of several sorts of fitted clothing to cover the legs.
  3. Leggings are form-fitting trousers of a clingy material, often knitted cotton and Lycra.
  4. Leggings are form-fitting trousers of a clingy material, usually a knit.
  5. Leggings are form-fittingtrousers of a clingy material, usually a knit .

Lungi

  1. Lungi - A short rectangular piece of cloth wrapped around the thighs, worn by men in southern India. (Web site)
  2. Lungi is a rectangle cloth, usually made of cotton, draped around the waist and pleated in the front. (Web site)
  3. Lungi is a suburb to Freetown and is regarded as a quiet and safe area. (Web site)
  4. Lungi: A Lungi is a wrapped skirt or kilt formed from inexpensive khadi cloth.
  5. The 'lungi' is a garment worn around the waist in India, Bangladesh and Myanmar.

Miniskirt

  1. Miniskirt - A very short skirt with a hemline that can extend anywhere from just below the buttocks (micro-mini) to mid-thigh. (Web site)
  2. The 'miniskirt' is a skirt whose hemline is high above the knees (generally 200–300 mm above knee-level).
  3. The miniskirt is a sexy number that can be paired with a plain shirt to dress it down or with a silk or satin shirt for a dressier look.
  4. The miniskirt is a skirt whose hemline is a ways above the knees (generally from ten to twenty centimetres above knee-level).
  5. The miniskirt is a skirt whose hemline is high above the knees (generally 20–30 cm above knee-level).

Nehru Jacket

  1. A Nehru jacket is a very dignified piece of clothing.
  2. Nehru Jacket - An Indian traditional and elegant coat for everybody for any occasion. (Web site)
  3. Nehru Jacket was meant as a preview of the upcoming Straight Freak Ticket release, but on whatever level, it works.
  4. Nehru jacket is a long narrow jacket with a high stand-up collar, was named for Jawaharlal Nehru, who often wore jackets of this style.
  5. The Nehru jacket is a uniform jacket without lapels or collars, popularized by Jawaharial Nehru , the first Prime Minister of independent India .

Nightgown

  1. A nightgown is a chemise that goes to mid-calf or to the ankles.
  2. A nightgown is a long, loose garment worn to bed. (Web site)
  3. Nightgown - A Nightgown (also called a nightdress) is a loosely hanging item of nightwear nowadays solely for women. (Web site)
  4. Nightgown: A loose garment worn in bed by women and girls.

Pantsuit

  1. A pantsuit is a woman's suit of clothing consisting of trousers and a matching or coordinating coat or jacket. (Web site)
  2. Pantsuit: A woman´s ensemble consisting usually of a long jacket and tailored pants of the same material. (Web site)
  3. The pantsuit was not accepted for all occasion therefore women were not allowed to wear them in some of the restaurants. (Web site)
  4. The pantsuit was very popular in the 1920s, during the Roaring Twenties when women took on a new role wearing pantsuits, hats, and even using canes.

Pashmina

  1. A pashmina is a type of shawl, not a type of cashmere.
  2. A pashmina is a very versatile accessory, whether it is a shawl, wrap, or scarf. (Web site)
  3. Over a period of time, the name "pashmina" has become basically a catch-all name for almost any fashionable shawl, wrap, stole or scarf. (Web site)
  4. Pashmina is the perfect accessory for any outfit and for any occasion.
  5. Pashmina is the traditional name for the very finest grade of cashmere wool .

Peignoir

  1. A Peignoir is a long nightgown for women usually sheer and made of chiffon.
  2. A peignoir is a long gown with a length that reaches the ankles. (Web site)
  3. A peignoir is a woman’s dressing gown. (Web site)
  4. Peignoir - A peignoir is a long nightgown for women usually sheer and made of chiffon. (Web site)
  5. Peignoir - A peignoir is a woman’s intimate dressing gown.

Robe

  1. A robe is a loose flowing garment worn as a dressing gown or bathrobe.
  2. A robe is a loose-fitting outer garment, distinguished from a cape or cloak by the fact that it usually has sleeves.
  3. A robe is a loose-fitting outer garment.
  4. Robe - A long, loose, flowing outer garment. (Web site)
  5. Robe - A loose fitting coverup or coat. (Web site)

Safari Jacket

  1. A safari jacket is a garment originally designed for the purpose of going on safari.
  2. A safari jacket is a garment originally designed for the purpose of going on safari; the word " safari " entered English from Swahili in 1890. (Web site)
  3. A safari jacket is a very handy accessory to take with on your trip. (Web site)
  4. The Safari Jacket is a military classic.
  5. The safari jacket is a case study in sartorial Darwinism.

Sailor Suit

  1. A sailor suit is a uniform traditionally worn by enlisted seaman in the navy, and other government funded sea services.
  2. A sailor suit is a uniform traditionally worn by enlisted seamen in the navy, and other government funded sea services. (Web site)
  3. Sailor suit - A sailor suit is a uniform traditionally worn by enlisted seamen in the navy, and other government funded sea services.
  4. The sailor suit is a clasically styled sailior suit. (Web site)
  5. The sailor suit is a kneepants suit. (Web site)

Salwar Kameez

  1. Salwar Kameez is a traditional Indian dress for women.
  2. Salwar Kameez is a traditional dress in India and Pakistan. (Web site)
  3. Salwar Kameez is a traditional outfit worn both in India and Pakistan. (Web site)
  4. Salwar Kameez is the most popular outfit for South Asian Women specially India & Pakistan.
  5. Salwar Kameez is the national dress of Pakistan. (Web site)

Sari

  1. A sari is a rectangular piece of cloth of about 5 to 6 yards in length without any stitches but for the borders. (Web site)
  2. A sari is a rectangular piece of cloth which is five to six yards in length.
  3. A sari is a rectangular piece of cloth, which are five to six yards in length. (Web site)
  4. Sari is a dress for all seasons and virtually all occasions.
  5. Sari is a gorgeous and graceful dress. (Web site)

Seersucker

  1. SEERSUCKER is a lightweight cotton fabric crinkled into lengthwise stripes.
  2. SEERSUCKER is a lightweight fabric crinkled into lengthwise stripes.
  3. Seersucker - A woven fabric of cotton, rayon or synthetics which incorporates modification of tension control.
  4. Seersucker is a light thin fabric, generally cotton or rayon, with a crinkled or puckered surface and a usually striped pattern.
  5. Seersucker is a light, cotton fabric most of the time bearing stripes and mainly used in summer clothing.

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