smoking jacket

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smoking jacket

n.
A man's evening jacket, often made of a fine fabric, elaborately trimmed, and usually worn at home.

smoking jacket

n
(Clothing & Fashion) a man's comfortable jacket of velvet, etc, closed by a tie belt or fastenings, worn at home
[so called because it was formerly worn for smoking]

smok′ing jack`et


n.
a loose-fitting jacket for men, often of a heavy fabric and trimmed with braid, worn indoors, esp. for lounging.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.smoking jacket - a man's soft jacket usually with a tie beltsmoking jacket - a man's soft jacket usually with a tie belt; worn at home
loungewear - clothing suitable for relaxation
Translations
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smoking jacket

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References in classic literature ?
Higgins, in evening dress, with overcoat and hat, comes in, carrying a smoking jacket which he has picked up downstairs.
The Prince, still fully attired, save that in place of his dress coat he wore a loose smoking jacket, stood at the windows of his sitting room at Devenham Castle, looking across the park.
He wore a semi-military smoking jacket, claret-coloured, with a black velvet collar.
In Kate's world it's slick suits, smoking jackets, glitzy fringe dresses and liquid lame blouses.
A sign on every room door states: "In the event of fire, gentlemen are requested to wear smoking jackets.
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The squad will wear signature blacK velvet smoKing jacKets for official evening functions.
I am pleased to say that we have been pushing ourselves creatively to get these new styles of smoking jackets finished and available as quickly as possible.
Essentially a collar that's a continuous tapering line along the neckline, the shawl collar was once exclusively formal, seen in tuxedos or smoking jackets.
Created by Frosdick of London, Million Dollar Dandy comprises an extensive coordinated wardrobe of bespoke suits, bespoke formal shirts and complementary silk ties, shoes and boots and an almost decadent selection of luxurious silk velvet smoking jackets and silk dressing gowns.
They're ambassadors for our city and while no-one should expect them to sport smoking jackets and cravats I don't think it's too much of an ask to demand a certain level of smartness.
And of course Yves Saint Laurent's classic tux is the pice de rsistance of smoking jackets.