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1A close-fitting woman's garment for the upper body that is closed at the crotch.
- ‘It is an act of worship to the sixties and seventies - to flares and body shirts and all that glitters.’
- ‘After all, it's 1980 we're talking about here and you know the old saying, ‘If you can remember 1980… you wore a body shirt.’’
- ‘One late Saturday morning, I was out on our patio eating breakfast when she came out with what appeared to be a body shirt that snapped at the crotch.’
- ‘I'll be wearing a pair of mauve and yellow striped flared corduroy jeans, white platform sole shoes, a brown body shirt with white-trimmed large collar - admittedly a tad frayed at the edges - and a pale blue safari suit jacket.’
- 1.1 A close-fitting blouse or shirt.
- ‘If a body shirt worked back then it probably will work for its original purpose today.’
- ‘Fashion also had an impact on hairstyles when men began wearing flares, platform shoes, seersucker trousers, and body shirts and denim came into fashion.’
- ‘He paired sexy bikinis and halter-top bathing suits with body shirts and other pieces in his signature Deep Sea Treasures print.’
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