rig-out

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rigout
noun (Informal) outfit, dress, clothing, gear (informal), get-up (informal), costume, apparel, clobber (Brit. slang), garb, togs, raiment (archaic or poetic), habit the regulation punk rigout of leather jacket and torn jeans
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rig-out

[ˈrɪgaʊt] Natuendo m, atavío m
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But now, it is almost impossible to open a paper without seeing several pictures of Eddie, in various rig-outs, in every edition.
They're giving out about the outfits but those girls are wearing fancy rig-outs costing EUR500 or EUR600 - it's just jealousy."
One of the supporting army, James - who, along with brother Ross, went to Dunblane Primary School at the same time as tennis sensation Andrew Murray - explained their rig-outs.
Much time has gone by since I heard a pencil being called a "black-lead", sweets called "loshins", liquorice called "sparnish", swimming trunks called "bathers", ladies outfits called "rig-outs", the word "danted" being used to mean "daunted", "swanky" instead of "posh" and any affected accent being called "a twang you could cut with a knife".