Of or being a style of women's clothing tailored after the simple unadorned style of men's suits.
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(of women's clothing) tailored in the general style of men's clothing.
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Wearing man-tailored shirts and designer glasses, Taeko (Satomi Kobayashi) drags an armored suitcase down the beach, toward an inn that might be called the Hotel Indifference: Run by Yuji (Ken Mitsuishi), frequented by Haruna (Mikako Ichikawa) and spiritually inspired by the cryptic Sakura (Masako Metal), the place operates like a family home, where Taeko can either enlist or resist.
LE SMOKING (1966), a man-tailored tuxedo for evening; this was followed by trouser suits, feminized black leather motorcycle jackets, and thigh-high boots--androgynous, exquisitely tailored, sexy;
From airy white dresses inspired by Victorian lingerie to loosened up man-tailored suits, McCartney's spring-summer 2005 line newly unveiled in Paris was all about breezy confidence.