sweater girl


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sweater girl

n
(Clothing & Fashion) slang rare a young woman or girl with large breasts who wears tight sweaters

sweat′er girl`


n.
a young woman with a shapely bosom.
[1940–45]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.sweater girl - a girl with an attractive bust who wears tight sweaterssweater girl - a girl with an attractive bust who wears tight sweaters
fille, girl, miss, missy, young lady, young woman - a young woman; "a young lady of 18"
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Be a sweater girl, boy, man or woman with EMMA JOHNSON's pick of the bargain buys 1 memphis belle Shout out to the southern state in this varsity sweater, PS18, missguided.
FOR 10 UNDER PS20 Be a sweater girl, boy, man or woman with EMMA JOHNSON's pick of the bargain buys 1 memphis belle Shout out to the southern state in this varsity sweater, PS18, missguided.
99 8 JUMPER TO IT Join the sweater girl gang in this Mango jumper, PS35.
Alternatively, a top may be styled to hug your curves, fitting closely to your body (perhaps evoking a 1940s sweater girl sensibility).
Love Finds Andy |lardy (1938) launched her sweater girl image, and popular flicks like Ziegfeld Girl (1941) and Du Barry Was a Lady (1943) ensured her favored pinup status.
He notes the 1940s usages pinup girl and sweater girl, the success of feminists in the 1970s in removing from common parlance the demeaning office girl and girl or gal Friday, and the persistence of single girl, glamour girl, cover girl, and working girl.
Maybe Dowd's true role model dates from another era - fifties sweater girl.
uk 8 SWEATER GIRL Stay warm after a workout in this cowl neck sports jumper, PS17.
THEN 1955 Grace Kelly exudes style with the harbour as a backdrop; 1955 Sophia Loren; 1966 Sixties sizzler Raquel Welch is a motorbike of all right; 1953 Ball girl Brigitte Bardot; 1956 Sweater girl Diana Dors; 1957 Legend Jayne Mansfield in a typical pose; 1995 Big girl Pam; FESTIVAL SHOCKERS 1991 Undies sensation Madonna; 1996 Daring Eva; NOW 2003 A dream in silver.
A Barbie Number 1 is estimated at pounds 800-1,200 but later on in 1959, she wore designer outfits such as Gay Parisienne which featured the famous "balloon-line skirt" conceived by Hubert de Givenchy (estimate: pounds 400-600), while in 1960, Sweater Girl featured a knitted twin-set reminiscent of Lana Turner's skirt and sweater appeal, (estimate: pounds 80-100).
SOPHIE Dahl has been named as knitwear firm Pringle's new sweater girl - because they reckon the model isn't traditionally glamorous.