- adj. Of or pertaining to work that is done from home, especially via the Internet.
“A: The category you're describing is basically casual menswear that goes beyond sport coats and open-collar shirts or sweaters, the safe haven for legions of men.”
“The Decider appears in the video in a blazer and open-collar shirt against a black background and explains how his book presents the many monumental decisions he has made through his life.”
“Now you're ready to saunter into a trendy restaurant in an open-collar shirt, madras blazer and knee-length pants.”
“Mann, wearing a seersucker suit with an open-collar shirt, his hair gray and unruly, was sitting in a deep, upholstered armchair in his study.”
“Dave Ramsey's infomercial-style "Town Hall for Hope" was a masterful mix of inspiration, humor, advice, marketing and the Bible from a man dressed in jeans, dark jacket and an open-collar shirt.”
“My clothes tend to be solid and simple—a black cashmere sweater, an open-collar white shirt, a solid wool sheath dress—making it easier for me to wear both a necklace and earrings not matched sets.”
“Wearing a blue jacket, open-collar shirt and jeans, Wright listened intently to proceedings.”
“Mr. Hatoyama, wearing an Okinawa-style open-collar cream-colored shirt, was met at each stop on his visit with hundreds of angry protesters wearing T-shirts and bandanas in yellow, the color that has come to symbolize the antibase sentiment.”
“Mr. Tal, behind a microphone in a blazer and open-collar shirt, was one of five international visionaries, as the brochure for the 2010 Prepaid Expo called them, who had been gathered together for an afternoon panel talk on the state of prepaid cards around the world.”
“I'm talking smooth seams and crisp open-collar shirts, woven and knit.”
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