neckwear—Ascot, black or white effect, once over, white or Pearl.
As it is, my own salary barely serves to keep me in neckwear.
Where do shop-walkers get their "half-hose," "vest" (for waistcoat), "neckwear," "footwear" and similar words?
The neckwear was a bind of lawn, with a long fall finished with lace.
neckwear—Ascot, once over or four-in-hand in somber effects.
Something absolutely soft for neckwear will be found a great comfort, both by men and women.
This fatal concern about clothing amounted to a mania where neckwear was concerned.
It was not there; but, suddenly and without warning, she was dragged out of Blouses and neckwear and dumped into Toys.
"And now, see here, run down to the neckwear counter—or stay," and she raised her black glove.
neckwear—White corded stripe or lawn, string with broad round ends.