Recent Examples of halter from the Web
Leggings, tank tops, halter tops, hats, and hoodies are allowed.
Alaia, who is a model like her sister, got married to Andrew Aronow in New York on Saturday, and Hailey showed up in a black halter dress, lacey black choker, and huge jeweled earrings with her hair tied back.
Jake wasn't bummed out for long, though — Inside Edition set him up with fellow Sports Illustrated swimsuit model Nina Agdal, who wore a pretty, sea foam halter gown for the occasion.
There’s the smiley face, which shows up blown out on a slinky, yellow halter top and as an appliqué on white and black T-shirts.
Julia glowed next to her husband, showing off her baby bump in a long black and gray halter dress complete with a train.
Alessandra Ambrosio showed off her abs in a bra halter top and white flare pants.
Her 16-year-old daughter Kaia Gerber looked like a young ’70s babe with a blonde wig, a chainmail halter top and bright blue eyeshadow and was accompanied by her older brother Presley Gerber, 18, who wore a patterned shirt and black pants.
From left: Paco Rabanne’s white turtleneck gown with dangling icicle-like fringe; Céline’s kicky khaki halter-neck gown; and Calvin Klein 205W39NYC’s cheerleader pompom chemise in green and white.
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Origin and Etymology of halter
First Known Use: before 12th centurySee Words from the same year
First Known Use of halter
HALTER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of halter for English Language Learners
: a set of straps placed around a horse's head so that the horse can be led or tied
: a piece of clothing worn on a woman's upper body that is held in place by straps around the neck and back and that leaves the back, arms, and shoulders bare
HALTER Defined for Kids
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