The reliance on ever-lower wages is a big problem for apparel companies.
When my thirties rolled around I had a great job in the apparel industry and I was busy working hard, dating and having fun.
The new line will accompany an already existing collection of apparel and accessories by Authentic Brands Group.
And the apparel department is right across the aisle from the grocery department—intentionally.
"They're used to shopping online, but they're just moving into shopping for apparel," Schroeder says.
The peasants are poorly lodged, meagre in their looks, mean in their apparel, and remarkably dirty.
Mingling with the apparel were blankets, quilts, mattresses, pillows and babies.
The rest of their apparel was in keeping with it,—plain, substantial and well adapted for comfort, use and economy.
His death had made as little change in her apparel as in her general life.
She thought this apparel oddly ugly, though the faces were not unattractive.
mid-13c., "to equip (in any way)," from Old French apareillier (12c.), from Vulgar Latin *appariculare. This is either from Latin apparare "prepare, make ready" (see apparatus), or from Vulgar Latin *ad-particulare "to put things together." The meaning "to attire in proper clothing" is from mid-14c. Cognate with Italian aparecchiare, Spanish aparejar, Portuguese aparelhar. Related: Appareled; apparelled; appareling; apparelling.
"personal outfit or attire," early 14c., also "ship's rigging," from Old French apareil "preparation," from apareillier (see apparel (v.)). Earlier in same sense was apparelment (early 14c.).