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  • adj. Of or pertaining to clothing.


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From vestiment +‎ -ary.


  • Blue jeans and American sportswear are the common vestimentary denominator for millions around the globe.

    Joan Z. Shore: Women Who Wear The Pants: A Tribute to Yves Saint Laurent

  • Muslim culture has no monopoly on either violence or vestimentary head-coverings: the latter have been traditional in many Christian communities in the East, while West Europeans have been pretty good at the former over the years.

    Veils, turbans and "rivers of blood"

  • Just as for the Muslim family my thought was about how uncomfortable it would be to have to travel with such vestimentary conditions.

    Back in Venezuela: chock full of surprises

  • I carried needle and thread in my purse for such vestimentary emergencies.


  • Westerners will ask why should are they so different and special that they would want to come to live in a social, cultural, political, economic, vestimentary and culinary milieu that is not theirs, one that existed long before their arrival.

    Gates of Vienna

  • By showing his leg to an heiress; "and the trouser is therefore likely to be a permanent article in the wardrobe, so that its continued existence must be taken as a datum or postulate in any discussion upon vestimentary reform.

    The International Monthly, Volume 3, No. 1, April, 1851


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