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- noun Attire that is appropriate for the daytime.
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Clothesto be worn in the daytime.
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But the daywear is a move by Mr. Wu to develop his fashion line as a full brand, with clothing that women can wear day and night.
The designer sought to lighten up with clothing that fit comfortably between day dress and eveningwear, while also including both daywear and eveningwear, for which he's best known.
Giambattista Valli used metallic embroidery in daywear.
For the past 6.5 years, she has been showcasing her collections at London Fashion Week, expanding from the eveningwear that first gained her a name into equally sophisticated daywear.
To focus on the new look, he reduced the size of the collections by a third, while increasing the number of daywear pieces.
V&A Images A 1922 sketch Dresses began to follow evening styles rather than daywear in the 1900s.
He added that he hoped the long coats could be combined with daywear silhouettes rather than as purely evening coats.
To sharpen its focus on the new look, he reduced the size of the collections by a third, while increasing the number of daywear pieces.
Pat Butcher will be thrilled.9 Good designers, bad trends Stella McCartney showed what may turn out to be misplaced optimism we hope for pyjamas as daywear, including a jumpsuit version.
For some, the company's new focus on daywear isn't altogether new.