Definition of culotte
: a divided skirt; also : a garment having a divided skirt —often used in plural
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McCartney, for example, tucked a simple T-shirt into high-waisted culottes, which still felt breezy despite the tailored tuxedo jacket swinging from her shoulders.
In the spring, thousands of blushing cherry blossom trees transform downtown into a sakura oasis that could be confused with Tokyo if only the locals suddenly switched to the Japanese uniform of wide-leg culottes.
Now that she's moved into the White House full time, first lady Melania Trump's style is coming into sharper focus and one thing is apparent: FLOTUS favors culottes and cropped pants in a big way.
The experts also like capris, culottes, and jumpsuits (but no rompers).
As were, in later years, leisure suits, cargo pants, culottes, leg warmers, fingerless gloves, low-rise jeans, peplum blazers and price tags left dangling on baseball caps.
Like coconut water, culottes, and CrossFit, squirting is having a moment.
And along one wall is a rail of discreet white and black and marinière striped linen and silk, cotton and denim; culottes, shirtdresses, tunics and cashmeres.
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