The clothes were all gray flannel and navy wool, so there was nothing particularly flamboyant about the collection itself.
That news, following upheaval at Jil Sander in Milan, turned the focus away from the clothes and onto the boardroom.
We brought lots of different baby outfits—I loved changing her clothes.
Daniel Radcliffe famously shed his clothes, and image as forever-Harry-Potter, in a stage adaptation of Equus.
[At most print publications] it takes ages for a celebrity to agree, for clothes to agree, for clothes to arrive.
She opened it and found therein the clothes she had left behind, and—her brooches.
What Riches give us let us then inquire: Meat, fire, and clothes.
But you have just told us that he stripped off all his clothes?
“I must change my clothes, in case of its being necessary to speak to them,” said Hope.
Your overcoat will conceal it in the street, and at the office the older the clothes the better.
Old English claðas "cloths, clothes," originally plural of clað "cloth" (see cloth), which, in 19c., after the sense of "article of clothing" had mostly faded from it, acquired a new plural form, cloths, to distinguish it from this word.