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[mass noun] Items worn around the neck, such as collars or ties, collectively:‘Will looked down at his neckwear and blushed’‘you can buy neckwear from top designers’
- ‘The neckwear suppliers mirror what is happening at retail, and that has more to do with color palettes and patterns than lengths or widths.’
- ‘The Guild of British Tie Makers is this week celebrating the knotted history of this particular piece of neckwear by urging men to buy more of them.’
- ‘A reaction began in the late 1960s, especially among evangelical Anglicans, who returned to lay neckwear, as had been the normal practice among clergy before the mid-l9th century.’
- ‘From striped to solid ties, we've got the neckwear that'll make the ladies want to form new ties with you.’
- ‘Same suit, same shirt every other day, different neckwear.’
- ‘In one photo he makes the only unique neckwear statement with a light brown silk tie, which is a nontypical color palette.’
- ‘A fine, tasteful piece of neckwear enables a man to make a discreet fashion statement without feeling foolish.’
- ‘Neckties from Buffalo Bay are manufactured with 100% woven silks using a wet-dye printing method and are comparable to the finest neckwear available at the retail level.’
- ‘Glasses, hats, neckwear, hairstyles and wardrobes appear as attributes of character and identity.’
- ‘Way back in 1993, Sanjay along with a friend, Jyoti Narula, left the banking sector to start out a neckwear business, something that turned out to be a hugely profitable venture.’
- ‘You will, however, learn to pick out fine-looking piece of neckwear from each basic style: contemporary, striped and solid.’
- ‘He seldom wears a tie, but the Aberdeen University graduate donned neckwear with his suit to meet MSPs in Edinburgh.’
- ‘According to Anthony Kenny, you can tell whether a philosophy of religion specialist is a believer or not by their neckwear.’
- ‘Accessories, like watches, belts and neckwear, add an extra dash of color.’
- ‘Horribly, inevitably, he is drawn to a bin of remaindered neckwear in grotesque paisley patterns - priced to move.’
- ‘I am a fledgling neckwear designer, and I've finally gotten all my ducks in a row - great silk designers, a great subcontractor, and so on.’
- ‘The clerical collar is derived from an early 19th century form of lay neckwear.’
- ‘Sorry, but the cold weather has brought this tasteless neckwear onto the streets in enormous numbers.’
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