1. ready-made clothing
    she couldn't find anything in ready-to-wear that she liked
  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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How To Use ready-to-wear In A Sentence

  • The ready-to-wear clothing line also includes knitwear, leatherwear, sportswear and accessories.
  • While some designers may have experimented with the traditional sherwani and pajama-kurta, ready-to-wear has been more or less ignored.
  • In 1978 he launched his first major ready-to-wear collection for the Austin Reed stores.
  • Don't get me wrong; buying a ready-to-wear suit isn't a bad thing.
  • Mr. Valli, who started his line in ready-to-wear six years ago after designing for Emanuel Ungaro , played a part, creating froufrou confections for society women. Couture Awakens to Dreamy Looks
  • His clothes are neither ready-to-wear nor couture - they are startling constructions which can frighten people.
  • Then came the era of ready-to-wear clothes and Raymonds ventured into Park Avenue and Parx and a whole range from formals to casuals, all for men.
  • Victoria Beckham's ready-to-wear collection is handmade in the UK and available in over 300 retail stores around the world. Margie Goldsmith: Much Ado About Victoria Beckham
  • To mimic a ready-to-wear coverstitch, use a contrasting texturized nylon in the bobbin and topstitch with a double needle on the garment wrong side.
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