Definition of suiting
1 : fabric for suits
2 : a suit of clothes
Recent Examples of suiting from the Web
Underneath the 38-meter mini–Eiffel Tower, Lagerfeld paraded a classically French collection — complete with hats, suiting, and voluminous dresses.
My background with suiting is really focused in making custom pieces for individual clients, often in bespoke fabrics.
A trim, bald 54-year-old who favors Italian suiting, Taylor isn’t actually named Alex.
And the fashion world has fallen hard for Hearst’s clothes, which center around covetable dresses, knitwear, suiting, and accessories in opulent but ethically sourced fabrications.
From Noah Cyrus to Amandla Stenberg, our favorite fashionable celebs came out in full-force, wearing everything from black satin pajamas to tailored takes on classic suiting.
The legacy of the frontier was one of cooperation in the face of extreme challenges, a suiting backdrop for Salazar, who grew up in a ranching family in the San Luis Valley, and who extolled the virtues of bipartisanship.
Yohji Yamamoto’s Victorian sportswear — suiting, athletic and otherwise, ruffled and ruched with taffeta, twisted into elegance — set to guitar tunes sung and strummed by the designer, had a singular charm.
Tougher, men’s wear fabrics and suiting have been omnipresent: at Etro, where Veronica Etro mixed tweed and corduroy, Tibetan silk and sherpa shearling, into a mélange meant for a self-selecting tribe.
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First Known Use of suiting
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Definition of suiting for English Language Learners
: cloth that is used in making suits
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