eveningwear

NOUN
  1. attire to wear on formal occasions in the evening
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How To Use eveningwear In A Sentence

  • But some of the silk eveningwear was fit for the most glamorous of parties, apron bibs floating across the chest then twisting into straps over the shoulders and asymmetrically across the back before dripping into a train.
  • From daywear to eveningwear, Jarick covered all the bases, though being a bit scattered as far as theme or continuity are concerned.
  • A publicist for one Hollywood eveningwear company says that this particular stylist comes to their atelier before the Oscars and borrows the entire collection.
  • A rich palette of country greens and browns, superb knits, tweeds as smooth as yoghurt and timelessly luxe romantic eveningwear had his super-elegant and very rich customers smiling.
  • This was an eveningwear line that was beautiful and sophisticated, a more grown-up version of the ready-to-wear collection.
  • Eveningwear is practically synonymous with sexy.
  • At the London-based eveningwear rental company One Night Stand (onenightstand.co.uk), there are more than 500 dresses for rent with 25 percent of the stock bought new every year.
  • A number of labels showed flashy pieces that looked like eveningwear, in shiny Lurex, sequins, metallic paillettes and crushed velvet, but paired them — sometimes incongruously — with down-to-earth daywear. Glamour Amid the Gloom
  • This was an eveningwear line that was beautiful and sophisticated, a more grown-up version of the ready-to-wear collection.
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