- n. Plural form of do-rag.
“The do-rags were certainly not flattering, but did the job of hiding their too-early makeovers before they were revealed.”
“Having grown up in a gang in the 'hood of Columbus, Ohio wearing do-rags and XXXL tees to becoming an NYC fashion designer in a shawl collar vintage cardigan and dove gray Toms, Nary says that he really hasn't changed that much as a person -- he is as real as he has ever been.”
“Among the headwear in the crowd were beanies, ushankas, do-rags, fedoras, bandanas and one green helmet.”
“But as time went on, we noticed him wearing do-rags and baseball hats.”
“But, when you look at you can see white people putting Afro wigs on and do-rags and trying to talk like they think Antoines talking.”
“He could have staged a poseur's rebellion against a solid, two-parent upbringing by adopting the profile of a "new jack" golfer; a cocky, ostentatious mega-talent who swaggers -- completely blinged out -- into tournaments crew-thick, rocking gold chains, unlaced Timberlands, do-rags and sagged-out baggy jeans.”
“A few weekends ago, I was shopping at a Silver Spring, MD mall with my wife, sister-in-law, and her husband when I was struck by something I'd never seen before: a display stand like no other with everything from handbags to do-rags with Barack Obama's name and/or face emblazoned on them.”
“They greeted him with sagging pants and do-rags, gum-chewing, lip-smacking, sweaty, wisecracking, basketball-dribbling teenagers, some as tall as him.”
“This new dress code also bans hats and shades, indoors pajamas and bare feet in public, as well as "do-rags" and sagging pants.”
“The all-male, historically black college has created a new dress code, banning caps, hoods, and do-rags in classrooms or other indoor venues.”
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