• (noun): Clothing of a distinctive style or for a particular occasion.
    Example: "Formal attire"
    Synonyms: garb, dress
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on attire:

Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools - Standard School Attire (SSA)
... board voted amongst heated debate to adopt the policy of Standard School Attire starting with the 2007-08 school year, mandating all schools comply for a two-year trial period ... Standard Attire requires navy blue, black or khaki slacks, shorts, or skirts, and white or navy blue shirts with short or long sleeves and a collar, along with limited ...
Anglo-Saxon Dress - Men’s Clothing - Eleventh Century - Military Attire
... In the 9th and 10th centuries, military attire did not differ much from that of civil attire ...
SMK Bandar Tun Hussein Onn - Organisations
... The major organisations in SMKBTHO are Prefectorial Board - white attire and maroon blazers, Librarians - yellow attire and brown vest, Counselling Buddies - purple attire and ...
Sports Clothing - Golf Attire
... Golf has a long tradition of specialized attireattire that reflects the tradition of Scottish aristocrats taking in fresh air while walking around the golf course, swinging their golf clubs ... Golf attire though, is also being influenced by modern fabrics and trends that stress function and durability ... The most recognizable names in golf attire are Golfsmith, Callaway, Titleist, Oakley, Nike Golf, PGA Championship Apparel, Under Armour, Tommy Hilfiger, Chaps, Jack ...
Al Muhannadi - Culture
... Rules regarding female attire are generally relaxed compared to regional neighbours the traditional attire of women usually include the hijab or the abaya ... Although the traditional male attire is the thobe which also includes traditional headdresses such as the Keffiyeh, Ghutra and Agal, western clothing is common in the country ...

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Famous quotes containing the word attire:

    O thou day o’ th’ world,
    Chain mine armed neck, leap thou, attire and all,
    Through proof of harness to my heart, and there
    Ride on the pants triumphing!
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)