This article of clothing is no less fraught a purchase than the low V-neck, of course.
These roles include the whole moral structure of society—how you are to behave; what kind of clothing you are to wear.
The Daily Mail disputes the estimate that Kate's clothing budget, paid for by her father in law, was $50,000.
She was always camera-ready, matching her clothing to the color scheme of sites where she would be photographed.
There was even talk from publicists who she says approached her about a clothing line and a possible Super Bowl ad.
Their clothing, hands and faces were stained yellow from the lyddite fumes.
Is not the life more precious than its food, and the body than its clothing?
Clutching a pile of clothing and a pair of slippers, Nasen returned.
If it were not for the necessity of bread and clothing, what a good time a fellow might have.
His clothing was heaped in an ugly pile in the middle of the floor.
c.1200, "action of dressing in clothes," verbal noun from clothe. From late 13c. as "clothes collectively;" 1590s as an adjective.