daywear

day·wear

 (dā′wâr′)
n.
Attire that is appropriate for the daytime.

daywear

(ˈdeɪˌwɛə)
n
clothes for everyday or informal wear
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What brought the house down were the daywear, vests, trench coats and chino pants that asked the question, 'Can couture be worn daily ?
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Yours London, which has a range of clothing in sizes 16-32, is designed to include the latest trends in evening and daywear, all at highly competitive prices.
This time around anything resembling nightwear as daywear is silky and more 90s era.
Hefner But it doesn't end there, dressing gowns or smoking jackets have taken their place as legitimate daywear.
at s Hugh Hefner But it doesn't there, dressing gowns or smoking jackets have their as legitimate daywear.
The pret label exclusively uses the unique fabric of their renowned parent brand, Gul Ahmed and offers a range of pret ranging from daywear to formals.
From practical flats to showy sandals, it's the heel height (or lack thereof) that's setting the style agenda now, for daywear and after dark.
I love Cos for simple daywear and All Saints for leather jackets and shoes.
Add a colorful streak to your wardrobe from Wills Lifestyle, and take your look from comfortable daywear to chic evening wear effortlessly.
Fashion designers from Argentina, Brazil, Canada, the United States, and Uzbekistan featured their latest collections of men and women's daywear, swimwear, and women's evening wear.
There are rompers, playsuits and other daywear for the whole family.