street clothes


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Noun1.street clothes - ordinary clothing suitable for public appearances (as opposed to costumes or sports apparel or work clothes etc.)
article of clothing, clothing, habiliment, wearable, vesture, wear - a covering designed to be worn on a person's body
plural, plural form - the form of a word that is used to denote more than one
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He followed the boss, who showed him where to put his street clothes, and waited while he donned the working clothes he had bought in a secondhand shop and brought with him in a bundle; then he led him to the "killing beds." The work which Jurgis was to do here was very simple, and it took him but a few minutes to learn it.
In her dinner dress she looked even younger than in street clothes, and, for all her composure and self-sufficiency, she seemed to him strangely alert and vibrating, as if in her, too, there were something never altogether at rest.
It offers a wide array of accessories and ready-to-wear street clothes.
But it's not the kind of return one would think of as Tiu was in street clothes and he sat behind his former team Rain or Shine's bench at Mall of Asia Arena.
BURGLARS broke into a high street clothes shop and stole thousands of pounds worth of cash and designer tracksuits.
His performerstypically clad in street clothes or plain leotardsdo not portray characters onstage; they play themselves.
Contract notice: supply of work clothes and street clothes, shoes and protective equipment for the city of meaux
Designer and high street clothes are available, alongside bags and shoes.
KATE Middleton showed her love of high street clothes again yesterday as she wore a pair of patterned trousers for a day of duties.
Nurse specialist Jane Barnes said: "The fashion show was a way of demonstrating that, post-surgery, patients can still look and feel good in High Street clothes. It was a huge success and we'd like to thank everyone concerned who helped to organise it and who supported it."
There were lots of warm coats worn over costumes and this year attracted lots of people wearing street clothes. The best group costume belonged to 10 people dressed up as interlocking Tetris cubes!
The sultry TV presenter, known for her thick, long fringe, heavy eye make up and high street clothes, is more often described as shabby rather than chic.