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The company gives free alterations for the lifetime of its garments, and sends tailors from the Manhattan store to customers' homes into New Jersey and Connecticut to fit them.
The company's GoldFusion blends both into its garments.
Garments are restored with the use of patches, embroidery, creative stitching, and decorative safety pins.
Just recently Target and Jockey released multi-skin colored nude garments to appeal to all of their customers.
The program will include more than 60 workshops for dancers to hone their spiritual and dance skills, 40 instructors, garment and flag vendors, mime, technical classes and large production choreography.
On Thursday afternoon, the t-shirts disappeared from Kendall + Kylie's site and all images of the garments have been wiped from the brand's social media accounts.
This is a woman who infamously wore a meat dress, played the piano in a garment composed entirely out of decapitated Kermit the Frog heads and one made out of lucite bubbles, and once attended the Grammys ensconced in a giant dinosaur egg.
Pinterest suggests users could snap photos of clothing, shoes, and accessories in their closets, and Lens will return with outfit ideas for specific styles and different ways to mix and match garments that people already own.
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Examples of garment in a Sentence
a socialite who was among the most gorgeously garmented women of her time
Synonymsapparel, array, attire, bedeck, caparison, costume, deck (out), do up, dress, dress up, enrobe, garb, clothe, get up, gown, habit, invest, rig (out), robe, suit, tog (up or out), toilet, vesture
Antonymsdisarray, disrobe, strip, unclothe, undress, untruss [archaic]
Related Wordscloak, frock, jacket, mantle, vest; drape, enswathe, hap [dialect], huddle, swaddle, swathe, wrap; accoutre (or accouter), bedight [archaic], equip, furnish, habilitate, outfit, tailor, uniform; dress down, underdress
Near Antonymsdenude, divest, uncover, undrape, unveil
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