The tassels attached by blue threads to the four corners of the outer garment were unique only as regards the special meaning attached to them (Num.
The coat is an outer garment worn by both sexes, for warmth in the winter months.
In the study three operators were tested wearing the same outer garment but wearing either normal cotton undergarments or high tech cleanroom undergarments.
This, indeed, was its original meaning, the cappa having been an outer garment common to men and women whether clerical or lay (see Du Cange, Glossarium, s.v.).
directus, arranged, dirigere, to direct, arrange), a substantive of which the current meaning is that of clothing or costume in general, or, specifically, the principal outer garment worn by a woman (see Costume).
Today, the corset is a sign of femininity, and plus size strapless corsets are worn not only as lingerie or an undergarment, but also for the Goth look when it is worn as an outer garment.
The serape is a brightly colored, woven wool blanket used as an outer garment.
Members can wear a white or black t-shirt and any type of civilian outer garment.
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