from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Clothing suitable for relaxing.
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- n. Loose clothing in which one can lounge.
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- n. clothing suitable for relaxation
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Smiling models in loungewear, including celebrities such as Olympic swimmer Amanda Beard, toted the "accessory."
Sales of men's "loungewear" -- informal clothing for the most casual settings -- have been strong in recent years.
In fact, our love for pajamas has spawned a whole new genre of clothing — the somewhat cringingly named "loungewear," about which, more later.
HAMMER: It ` s kind of loungewear and - and basically, I - I once you say, it ` s sort of the idea, Well, every woman should have that great little black dress, and little can, you know, mean different things to different people.
The pyjama comeback: celebrities wearing 'loungewear' in pictures
Once inside, they quickly shed their dinner outfits for loungewear and fluffy bathrobes.
This UK import has basics for men, women and children, as well as accessories, loungewear and gifts for the home.
Salvage, Wild & Free loungewear, ipad sleeves and headphones from Fashionation, jewelry form ShopTheLook.net, chic zip-loc bags from Tili, skincare from WholeEarth, lotions from Desert Essence.
Richard Chai mixes sports, the military and sunny vacation loungewear.
They are supposed to be able to be passed from one generation to the next, so we'll see if Apple hangs onto her summer loungewear long enough to get her daughter into it.