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twin·set

or twin set  (twĭn′sĕt)
n.
A sweater set consisting of a cardigan and a shell or pullover that match and are worn together.

twinset

(ˈtwɪnˌsɛt)
n
(Clothing & Fashion) Brit a matching jumper and cardigan

twinset

A matching short-sleeved sweater and cardigan, worn together by women.
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twinset

[ˈtwɪnset] N (Brit) → conjunto m, juego m
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Speaking to Good Housekeeping, she added: "When I was growing up there was a 'twinset and pearls' age that you go to - women hit middle age, cut their hair short and got their cardigans out.
Co-organiser Vicki Davenport, joint managing director of The Pink Link distribution company in Oakes, said: "When you mention a businesswomen's fundraising lunch, a rather staid affair with ladies dressed in their twinset and pearls might spring to mind!
1 OVERSIZED CARDIGANS FORGET those skinny twinset and pearls-style cardigans of yore, this time around, it's got to be chunky and oversized.
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One of our favourite outfits is the spot twinset jumper ([euro]15) and matching skirt ([euro]12) teamed with a pretty pearl curb chain ([euro]5).
Richard will be performing tonight at Fairwater Conservative Club, Ely Road, Cardiff, from 7.30pm, with his "twinset" - two Yamaha keyboards and a pedal board, which together make an organ.
The traditional twinset is modernised through the repetition of pattern on dresses, bags and shoes.
Long gone are the days of Norma Major lurking quietly in the background with a grey twinset and pearls, trying not to detract attention from her unimposing husband.
DOUBLE UP: Left, Black and camel twinset pounds 219, jeans pounds 89, leopard print leather handbag pounds 229, leopard print heels pounds 199 - all from www.elegance.co.uk.