haberdashery store

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Noun1.haberdashery store - a store where men's clothes are soldhaberdashery store - a store where men's clothes are sold
shop, store - a mercantile establishment for the retail sale of goods or services; "he bought it at a shop on Cape Cod"
slopseller's shop, slopshop - a store that sells cheap ready-made clothing
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The walls of the haberdashery store were lined with wooden doors with glass panels and tiny little drawers which held ribbons, buttons and metal zips.
Eddie Jacobson and Truman were former business partners in a haberdashery store in Kansas City, Missouri from 1919 to 1921.
The fabric and haberdashery store in Huddersfield stocks cotton solids in every imaginable colour, so you can complete that quilt or design the dress of your dreams.
"Harry Truman went broke at a haberdashery store ...," Buffett said.
Lauren, who has recently opened a haberdashery store in Moseley, added: "I was really impressed with all the different interpretations of the brief, but the winner had clearly thought about every aspect of the design and style and look."
Good Satwa tailors include Ishwal and Deepak's, while Fida General Trading is a great haberdashery store and Essa recommends One 11 for accessories as well as full costumes.
The creation may have screamed Dr Zhivago when she tried it on in the privacy of her walk-in wardrobe, but Kate had the look of a woman who had emptied her local haberdashery store of pom-poms and turned them into a new winter coat.
Robertson stole material from Fabric8 haberdashery store in Felixstowe, Suffolk, over six months.
These days, running her own wool, knitting and haberdashery store, Normanby's Barbara Ann Brooks, her hobby has become her living.
He's tireless in his struggle to make a living, first as a traveling salesman and later with a haberdashery store where he rankles old-guard locals by refusing to discriminate between white and black customers.
Dress your window: Drape a length of light and airy fabric in the window - you can pick up gauzy voile, organza, chiffon or silky cotton at a reasonable price from any good haberdashery store. Curtains should be floor length.