[ UK /nˈɛkwe‍ə/ ]
[ US /ˈnɛˌkwɛɹ/ ]
  1. articles of clothing worn about the neck
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How To Use neckwear In A Sentence

  • He passed on to ulsters and raincoats, divagated into the colorful realm of neckwear, debated scarf-pins and cuff-links, visualized patterned shirtings, and emerged to dream of composite sartorial grandeurs which, duly synthesized into a long list of hopeful entries, were duly filed away within the pages of 3 T 9901, the pocket ledger. Success A Novel
  • Summer neckwear is similarly easygoing, albeit not in quite the same way. The Ties That Shine
  • At Sunday's Oscars, expect to see traditional tuxes instead of the colorful shirts and Colonel Sanders neckwear of 'creative black tie.' Men In Black
  • In one photo he makes the only unique neckwear statement with a light brown silk tie, which is a nontypical color palette.
  • The clerical collar is derived from an early 19th century form of lay neckwear.
  • Many boxes were laid upon the counter before him, the counter was strewn with "neckwear," and yet he had only found one to his liking. The Ffolliots of Redmarley
  • Standard-style neckwear must be worn and the blouse collar must appear over the jacket lapel. Times, Sunday Times
  • He wore the customary expression of a man doing battle with a mortal enemy, common to all men adjusting their neckwear, but he undamped his lips to grin at me. Sick Cycle Carousel
  • In France, the aristocracy followed, wearing silk neckwear they termed cravat, from the French word for Croat. A Return to Tying the Knot
  • Started by two guys who met while waiting for a train and discovered they shared a love of all things vintage, this new neckwear concern's taken their "desire to create enduring products" and turned it into extremely ltd ed ties made from deadstock fabrics sourced by "maniacally visiting estate sales, auctions, and fabric shows", so basically, these guys know how to party. Thrillist: General Knot & Co: Dapper Looks From Salvaged Materials
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