of, designating, or dealing in such clothing: ready-to-wear fashions
Of or relating to clothing, especially designer clothing, that is marketed in a finished condition in standard sizes.
Clothing marketed in a finished condition in standard sizes: saves money by buying ready-to-wear.
- Three years after his enrollment, Marc Jacobs introduced his Senior Collection, which caught the eye of Robert Duffy, an executive for Reuben Thomas, Inc. Duffy called Jacobs the next day to talk about a new ready-to-wear collection.
- D&G is an offshoot of the main Dolce & Gabbana brand - a collection of lower priced, ready-to-wear items which allow lovers of designer fashion to sample some Italian style without having to re-mortgage the house to do it.
- Socialites, actresses and heiresses embody the typical Chanel customer, but even a working woman can afford the high price tag if she saves her money well, especially among the more readily available ready-to-wear lines.
- This piece cannot be understood and yet you must own it, because Johnson designed it, and this bag will look perfect with the flagrantly-colored lampshade inspired dresses from her women's ready-to-wear collections.
- This is hardly in the "big and tall" range, and certainly looking at their models in their ready-to-wear section you don't get the impression that this is a demographic the designers are looking to fill.