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RED SHIRT
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BLACK HAT
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SALWAR KAMEEZ
TIPS
IRONING
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TOP BUTTON
GIRLS
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Definitions

  1. A shirt is a piece of clothing for the trunk of the body.
  2. Shirt is embalished with stones and kora on body and shirts boarder (daman) and sleeves as shown in the picture.
  3. A shirt is a sort of top, i.e.
  4. A shirt is a garment worn to cover the upper part of one's body.
  5. Shirt is finishe with gold pleated silk fabric border on daman.

Jeans

  1. Nowadays, urban Indian women wear jeans, shirt and trouser and skirts, which is more suitable to her working lifestyle. (Web site)
  2. This shirt is 100% Cotton and goes great with Jeans or Shorts. (Web site)
  3. Yet Takahiko Kozuka takes the ice in a collared shirt and jeans, skating to Hendrix, and somehow it feels weird.

Fashion

  1. In the United States, the wearing of a collarless shirt without a bow tie, closed with a stud or banded, is a fashion of recent years.

Bottom

  1. Undershirts.-- On the outside of the front, one inch from the bottom of the shirt and to the right of the center. (Web site)

Consisting

  1. The No.2 dress is often the most formal worn by most regiments, consisting of olive green (OG) tunic and trousers, with a lighter coloured shirt and tie. (Web site)
  2. The girl uniform is similar, consisting of a white shirt and a skirt or pants. (Web site)

Number

  1. At the beginning of the 1996-97 season David Beckham was given the number 10 shirt that had most recently been worn by Mark Hughes. (Web site)

Females

  1. Mostly still consist of shirt with short or trouser for males, and skirt for females which only have differences on the color. (Web site)
  2. This kind of uniform consist of a batik short-sleeve or long-sleeve shirt with a short or trouser for SMA, and below-knee skirt or longer for females. (Web site)
  3. Females wear a below-knee length blue-grey skirt or longer and may wear either short-sleeve or long-sleeve shirt. (Web site)

Picture

  1. A picture of Cobain from the Bleach era is used for the book's front cover, and its title comes from a shirt that Cobain was once photographed wearing.

Knot

  1. The collar edges of the shirt should not cover the knot.
  2. A knot you can use with any dress shirt. (Web site)
  3. This means that, using this knot, the Wood Badge does not lie very flat or evenly balanced against the neckerchief and uniform shirt when worn.

Formal

  1. For men, a dinner jacket with a cummerbund and formal shirt might work, or a full fledged tuxedo should be worn.
  2. In the UK, a dress shirt is a particular type of formal shirt, always white with French cuffs to be worn with eveningwear. (Web site)
  3. In the United Kingdom, the term dress shirt is reserved for particular type of formal shirt, always white with French cuffs to be worn with eveningwear. (Web site)

Sleeping

  1. A loose-fitting garment consisting of trousers and a shirt or top, worn for sleeping or lounging. (Web site)

Sort

  1. The gorge is that point where the lapels meet in the front and create a V of sort between which the necktie is visible against the background of the shirt. (Web site)
  2. I found this out by accident once, when I walked into a furniture store, coincidentally wearing the same sort of shirt as the employees. (Web site)

Embroidery

  1. Example 1: You are selling a cotton T-shirt with decorative silk trim piping and embroidery that covers 10 percent of the shirt.
  2. The fabric of the shirt has gold weaving and the embroidery is exquisite.

Precursor

  1. Precursor of the shirt or blouse. (Web site)
  2. The Indian shirt on that mannequin at the Natural History Museum was the precursor or ancestor of the Barong Filipino.

Darker

  1. Choose a neck tie that is darker and bolder than the blazer, use it in conjunction with a simple, striped shirt. (Web site)
  2. A light blue shirt with a blue tie that is darker in its colour is also common. (Web site)

Stain

  1. Any food or beverage which would permanently stain a white shirt or blouse could also stain your teeth. (Web site)
  2. Remember if it can stain a white tee shirt it can stain your teeth. (Web site)

Madrid

  1. He has been wearing the number 7 shirt for Real Madrid since he was 19. (Web site)
  2. Eight days later, Luís Figo was presented with the number 10 shirt of Real Madrid.

Nadal

  1. Nadal came through, and when he arose from his celebratory flop on the ground, he had grass stains on the back of his white shirt. (Web site)

Knee

  1. A long dashiki suit includes a shirt that is knee length or longer. (Web site)
  2. Salwār qamīz "Trousers and Shirt", an outfit common in Pakistan that involves a very long tunic (at least knee length) and trousers.
  3. Salwar are loose trousers and the kameez is a long shirt.Traditional Kameez is normally long up to knee with wide circumference (Gher) and with full sleeves.

Cap

  1. He usually wears a sailor shirt, cap, and a red or black bowtie, but no pants (except when he goes swimming).
  2. He usually wears a sailor shirt, cap, and a red or black bow tie, but no trousers (except when he goes swimming).

Pocket

  1. When the Bear Cub completes all twelve (12) achievements, he has earned his Bear Badge, a patch worn on the left shirt pocket. (Web site)
  2. Adult leaders who earned the rank of Eagle Scout as a youth may wear the square knot on their uniform, sewn above the left shirt pocket.
  3. You grab a shirt out of the closet for hunting stuff and while driving down the road find that the hard lump in the pocket is a box of bright eyes.

Pockets

  1. The uniform also has more pockets than its predecessors, with four on the shirt and six on the trousers. (Web site)

Red Shirt

  1. The player's character is always wearing a red shirt.
  2. Sitting in a bus balancing on the edge of a cliff, a kid wearing a red shirt with a starfleet emblem decides to leave the bus and take his chances outside. (Web site)
  3. Unlike the recent Steven Gerrard case, however, there was nothing Liverpool could do to reassure Owen a u-turn would definitely put him back in a red shirt.

Stethoscope

  1. Pre-warm the diaphragm of the stethoscope by rubbing it on the front of your shirt before beginning auscultation. (Web site)

Knees

  1. A kurta is a traditional piece of clothing in India, a long shirt which usually comes down till the knees. (Web site)
  2. The first garment is a kurta that is like a loose long shirt almost reaching the knees, whereas the second one is the pajama or pyjama….
  3. Kurta is a term used to refer to a long loose shirt, the length of which falls below or may be just above the knees of the wearer. (Web site)

Sportswear

  1. The popularity of sportswear for men increased; the open-necked shirt was worn and trousers were cuffed and creased. (Web site)

Casual

  1. Batik is a fashion item for many young people in Indonesia, such as a shirt, dress, or scarf for casual wear. (Web site)
  2. The polo shirt is one of the greatest clothing innovations of the last generations, due to it its ability to straddle the line between casual and formal.
  3. True casual wear began with the introduction of the sport shirt in the mid 1930's and "casual" referred to clothes suitable for spectator sportswear. (Web site)

Waist

  1. Chemisettes give the appearance of a blouse or shirt worn under the outer garment without adding bulk at the waist or upper arm.
  2. It combined a waist (shirt) and drawers (leggings) in the form we now know as the union suit.
  3. Measure around waist, over shirt (not over slacks) at the height you normally wear your slacks. (Web site)

Belt

  1. Uniform All participants will wear the official BSA uniform (shirt, pants, belt and socks) appropriate for their primary role in Scouting.
  2. TOBOK - Suit or Tunic worn by practioners of Taekwondo, consisting of a loose shirt and trousers tied in the middle with a sash or belt. (Web site)
  3. If you are working in an office, find a nice suit with a shirt and a tie, matching shoes and belt, and you are all set.

Underneath

  1. The shirt is medium blue with a red scarf that is worn underneath the collar. (Web site)
  2. Hermione’s questing hands slid down the front of his robes, pulling it open, and underneath his shirt.

Back

  1. The false collar is a detachable collar fastened by two metal studs, one attached at the front and one at the back to hold the collar to the shirt.
  2. Dress shirts had stiff fronts, sometimes decorated with shirt studs, and buttoned up the back.
  3. As in Lacoste’s original shirt, sometimes a tennis shirt is cut so that the back hangs a few centimeters lower than the front.

Heracles

  1. When she became uncertain if Heracles would remain true to her in his fashion, Deianira smeared some of the blood on Heracles' famous hide shirt.
  2. Later, when Deianira suspected that Heracles was fond of Iole, she soaked a shirt of his in the mixture.

Black Hat

  1. Jessica Szohr hit the red carpet wearing skinny jeans, a white shirt, black platform sandals and a black hat. (Web site)
  2. He wore tan pants, a light green shirt open at the chest, a dark green vest, brown poncho and black hat and had brown hair -- and the face of Rick Wilson. (Web site)

Hat

  1. Donald was no longer wearing his sailor suit and hat, but a Hawaiian shirt. (Web site)
  2. Skin cancer can be prevented by staying in the shade, protecting yourself with a hat and shirt when in the sun, and using sunscreen.
  3. Includes: Red Shirt, pants, hat, reflector, mustache and stethoscope.

Pair

  1. They can sit all day in a pair of blue jeans and an open shirt, without a hat or gloves, while we try to bury ourselves in a Gore-Tex, Thinsulate parka. (Web site)
  2. They also have a multi-sized (1X-6X) pattern for men for a shirt and a pair of pants. (Web site)
  3. I have a pair of off-white hose I'll wear for formal occasions, with a black jacket and a white shirt.

Top

  1. One of the traditional garments worn in South Asia, especially India, it is worn on top of a kurta, a loose shirt that also reaches till the knees. (Web site)
  2. Many Hasidim hold the ancient custom of wearing the tallis katan garment on top of their shirt as opposed to underneath.
  3. The top is has a casual and graceful look to it with open delicate stitching on the front with pleats flowing up and down the front of the shirt.

Crisp

  1. In crisp shirt and tie, despite the sweltering heat, Bowa tells me of the benefits of circumcision. (Web site)
  2. In a suite in the Dorchester hotel, in Park Lane, central London, Daniel Craig, quietly dapper in a crisp shirt and trousers, lights up a cigarette.
  3. A crisp white shirt with or with out a detachable collar the pointed wings tips of which go under your stiff cotton hand tied white tie.

Silk

  1. He wore a three-piece drape suit in silk her ing- bone, a striped shirt, and a bow tie.
  2. 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.
  3. In the People's Republic of China, most younger government officials wear a tennis shirt (sometimes made of silk) as standard business attire.

Fabric

  1. IN CONSIDERATION OF QUALITY The most expensive component of any dress shirt is its fabric. (Web site)
  2. The shirt is cut nearly to the knees and is always worn untucked, with a narrow belt of fabric or leather. (Web site)
  3. Applied to various things made of this fabric, as a chemise, smock, shirt, veil, etc. (Web site)

Cotton

  1. Both sides of the shirt have pockets.The fabric is a blend of polyester and cotton and has a woven design, this gives the shirt a very classy look.
  2. The white, sleeved undergarments come in a one-piece suit or a shirt and shorts made from cotton, nylon, or fabrics that wick moisture. (Web site)

Salwar Kameez

  1. There are a number of styles available in the salwar kameez, some of them pertaining to the shirt only, while the other concentrating mainly on the trousers. (Web site)

Tips

  1. The tips may optionally have buttons to fasten the collar down to the shirt for a so-called "button-down" collar. (Web site)

Ironing

  1. Most men omit the necktie and may eschew ironing their shirt and tucking the hem in.

Sleeveless

  1. Nadal wore knee-length "shorts" and a sleeveless shirt, while Federer was dressed more conservatively. (Web site)
  2. The doublet, now sleeveless, was worn over the shirt (formerly the chemise) and under the jerkin. (Web site)
  3. She looked cute wearing jeans, a sleeveless white shirt and covered her shoulders with a red scarf.

Top Button

  1. The most common way to wear a tennis shirt is with the top button undone only and with an optional T-shirt underneath for warmth.

Girls

  1. However, the summer uniform for girls consist not only of a collared shirt and pants, they also have the option of a skirt. (Web site)
  2. Dancers will dance a Traditional Set Dance Attire: plain black skirt or black shorts, black or white T shirt for girls.

Boys

  1. Based on Western-style uniforms, the South Korean uniform usually consists of a shirt, blazer and tie, with skirts for girls and long grey trousers for boys. (Web site)
  2. The normal uniform for boys is shorts or long pants in the specified colour and material, with a short-sleeved shirt (often white).
  3. Fashionable clothing for boys included sailor suits, consisting a shirt with a sailor collar and trousers or knickerbockers. (Web site)

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