from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A dress tailored like a shirt with a collar and buttons down the front. Also called shirtwaist.
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- n. A type of dress, borrowing details, such as a collar or button front, from a man's shirt.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a dress that is tailored like a shirt and has buttons all the way down the front
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First of all, it's a shirtdress, which is 50 "Erin Must Buy" points right there without even totaling up the extra points for the stripes, the standup collar, and the raglan sleeves.
So, after I finished yesterday's shirtdress that is, the shirtdress I posted yesterday; I didn't make a damn thing yesterday except trouble I was pleased enough by the results to jump in with another, this time in Liberty lawn.
Coming together to launch NAHM for fall 2011, they fused their combined international experiences into one city-savvy line: think a burnt orange shirtdress with asymmetrical hem or black maxi dress with a shorter underskirt and long, sheer overlay.
Each piece is singular in the way it deconstructs the shirtdress, taking the versatile piece a step further, exploring how it can be worn well into the night.
It traps energy to it and then puts it back out into the universe in different forms and shapes, which is what we did with the shirtdress.
A shirtdress — a hilarious visual payoff after he claimed he thought it was a men's shirt when he bought it at Alex's store.
A white shirtdress with touches of black, silver and aqua was particularly billowy in shape.
"You want something really fitted, like a button-down shirtdress with a belt."
Kurt Wilberding/The Wall Street Journal A char-dyed sweater jacket with a metallic floral shirtdress
It's an unfortunate choice to have Team G's show begin with A. J.'s weird shirtdress with the two tone leggings.