One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘He looked unkempt and in some distress as he stepped delicately from his car wearing blue pyjama bottoms, slippers and a collarless white shirt.’
- ‘Clad in black jeans and a collarless white T-shirt, a calm and composed Mr. Gajmer, accompanied by his parents, said at a press conference in Chennai: ‘I am very happy and yet undecided on what to do with the money.’’
- ‘We encourage employees to define for themselves what is acceptable, but jeans, trainers, crop tops and collarless shirts are definitely out.’
- ‘The Beatles made skinny pants and collarless jackets the rage!’
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