outerwear outerwear  /ˈaʊ tər ˌwɛr/

Definition(s):

  • (n) clothing for use outdoors

Usage(s):

  1. Sailcloth outerwear, bulky sweaters and T shirts with clever graphics a favorite of fans from Portland to Tokyo are essential to Rogues' masculine style.
  2. In India, shirts are considered outerwear, and these two brands are well-known shirtmakers.
  3. Economic setback coincided with creative disarray: extreme, throwaway styles--butt-high hemlines, underwear as outerwear.

News

  1. Kate Middleton's Dalmatian-Print Coat: All the Details!

    (Getty Images) Kate Middleton is making sure the royal baby will have a taste for animal prints before it's even born . First she dressed her bump in leopard , and just yesterday the Duchess of Cambridge christened a cruise ship wearing a dalmatian coat from Hobbs ($265 at Hobbs.com ). Here she is, in her new outerwear, politely listening to the brass band that has been assigned to princess ...
    on June 13, 2013     Source: StyleBistro

  2. 686 Outerwear Featured on The Discovery Channel

    Details on 686's exclusive outerwear project for the crew of Elliot... Related posts: Brent Meyer featured on the Discovery Channel Outerwear Insight: Cutting through the techno-speak 2003 Outerwear
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Transworld Snowboarding

Quotes

  1. Tobey told the totp magazine: "I think the new black costume is kind of cool but it's just a little uncomfortable. It can ride up in the crotch a little bit. It's not really the outerwear of the suit ? it's the inner bit that rides up."
    on May 8, 2007 By: Tobey Maguire Source: New Zealand Herald

  2. Gaultier said in a press release: "In my latest prêt-à-porter collection I revisited the conical bras and corsets worn as outerwear. This collaboration was a natural and logical step, especially since La Perla is the pearl of lingerie, with the...
    on Jun 29, 2010 By: Jean Paul Gaultier Source: Independent

  3. "Through the third quarter, our suit business was actually decent. Not good, but decent. And what was holding down the numbers was that outerwear and sweaters, cold weather items, were performing miserably," Men's Wearhouse Chief Executive...
    on Nov 28, 2007 By: George Zimmer Source: Reuters

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