- collar + -less (Wiktionary)
“The apparel and clothing of these natives of Luzon before the entrance of the Spaniards into the country were generally, for the men, certain short collarless garments of _cangan_, sewed together in the front, and with short sleeves, and reaching slightly below the waist; some were blue and others black, while the chiefs had some red ones, called _chinanas_.”
The Philippine Islands, 1493-1898 — Volume 16 of 55 1609 Explorations by Early Navigators, Descriptions of the Islands and Their Peoples, Their History and Records of the Catholic Missions, as Related in Contemporaneous Books and Manuscripts, Showing the Political, Economic, Commercial and Religious Conditions of Those Islands from Their Earliest Relations with European Nations to the Close of the Nineteenth Century
“The apparel and clothing of these natives of Luzon before the entrance of the Spaniards into the country were generally, for the men, certain short collarless garments of cangan, sewed together in the front, and with short sleeves, and reaching slightly below the waist; some were blue and others black, while the chiefs had some red ones, called chinanas.”
“Please note that Bayard's enforces a business casual dress code and will deny entry to persons wearing inappropriate attire, such as collarless shirts, jeans or sneakers.”
“Now, I am personally not into this particular attire, but it is a double knit polyester sort of a thing with a shapeless, collarless jacket, mid calf skirt, or straight legged pants, and a blouse worn underneath.”
“Andy Murray of Great Britain wears a blue collarless top on June 13, 2011 in London, England.”
“Bill Belichick, the league's biggest genius, is also its biggest fashion catastrophe, wearing baggy collarless jerseys and hooded sweatshirts he slashes at the arms.”
“These collarless shirts have been popular with men in warm countries for decades and have seen a variety of incarnations throughout the years.”
“Relaxed silk dresses made with a patchwork of different prints had an art deco feel, collarless coats had fur sleeves and were cinched in with skinny belts.”
“Edson had a red ribbon on his head and a long collarless T-shirt.”
“Wearing a tailored gray suit, a white collarless shirt opened at the neck, and black shoes polished to a high gloss, he looked fantastic.”
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