Garment [noun]

Definition of Garment:

article of clothing

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The Fashion Institute of Technology published their faculty’s predictions for post-pandemic trends, which include fuzzy slippers and garments with cut-outs.

It should be simple and classic in design, with hidden heat elements to make the garment look more work-appropriate.

If you’re reading this, Mountain Hardwear, please continue to expand the sizes of your line of fuzzy garments.

The scale of the conflict could scare off foreign investment in the country’s garment industry.

You regulate them by using the appropriate garment for the activity, and sometimes that means bringing an extra hat or pair of gloves.

That final pattern is used to sew your garment somewhere in the United States, and any photographs of your body are deleted from Amazon’s servers after the virtual model is made, according to the company.

Fellow islander Mati Ventrillon has run her online store, selling garments from three distinct collections, for five years.

Take a page from our Stone Age ancestors and stuff your garments with natural plant insulation.

Even tossing out those garments at the end of their useful lives has costs to the environment.

Luke Whelan, research editorPolartec Alpha is the original iteration of active insulation—it’s so breathable that you need never take off a garment with it.