The definition of a pull-on is a piece of clothing without zippers or buttons that can be put on by easy pulling.
An example of a pull-on is a pair of jeans with an elastic waist band.
designating or of a garment designed to be put on easily, typically one without buttons, zippers, or other fasteners
a pull-on skirt, shorts, etc.
A garment, such as a sweater or pair of pants, designed to be easily pulled on.
- To put on (clothes)
- Zero Restriction Featherweight Rain Pull-On pants with Gore-Tex: Although not breathable, these are a lightweight pant that, with a drawstring close, side zippers and ankle-hugger snap system, are designed to keep you completely dry.
- For something a little out of the ordinary, an OJ Flower Bikini with full top is daring, but adorable, while a Wacky Waikiki bikini with pull-on skirt allows you extra coverage if you want to hit the shops after swimming.
- The standard A-line pull-on skirt dominates most collections, but you'll also find more flared versions, straighter skirts, skirts with kick pleats or side-splits and wrap skirts.
- Pull-on styles are stretchy, but still may not give you the ability to either get a tighter fit when you've lost weight (or need to look slightly smaller than usual).
- Long-sleeve sweater: The 100 percent cotton material and pull-on neckline add to the comfortable fit of this sweater, which comes in a variety of colors and designs.