off-the-rack

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ADJECTIVE
  1. (especially of clothing) made in standard sizes and available from merchandise in stock
    ready-to-wear clothes
    a ready-made jacket
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  • Designers and manufacturers might respond to the demand, but you can also have a suit made for you, in some cases for the same price you might pay for an off-the-rack suit.
  • They move among us, half-noticed and nameless, dressed in the discount off-the-rack couture of the South Asian sweatshops.
  • The exhibit is a must-see, with memorabilia including Grace Slick's fringe vest, Madonna's gold bustier, Meg White's striped drum, Britney's 2000 VMAs outfit, trippy Stevie Nicks chiffon, a flippy wig from the B-52s, a fake fur from Siouxsie Sioux, Kim Deal's bass, a Supreme's minidress bought off-the-rack on Rodeo Drive. S.X. Rosenstock: Women Who Rock: LA Stories from the Rock Hall of Fame's New Show
  • Unsatisfied with off-the-rack roman shades — too dinky and un-luxe — and horrified by custom curtain costliness, I noticed the industrial roller shade, an undervalued player on the scene. It
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