"I have offered to go to the south of Sudan and stage, like, a wardrobe malfunction," he said, laughing.
Unsurprisingly, the wardrobe choice has prompted some to lash out at her for unnecessary “cultural appropriation.”
Naturally, his wardrobe is minimal—in one scene, for example, he manages to strategically cover himself with a couch pillow.
So that was where we had hair and makeup and wardrobe and the production offices and everything.
He would do well to expunge every double-breasted suit from his wardrobe.
One of the alae (h) at the time of the eruption was used as a wardrobe.
She crept slowly to a wardrobe, and took out a gray silk dress.
The mirrors in the wardrobe and on the chimney-piece shone with mysterious lights.
They can always count on me for anything from wardrobe mistress to prima donna.
It appeared that he had renewed his wardrobe at the local store and invariably changed his clothes when his work was finished.
late 14c., "room where wearing apparel is kept," earlier "a private chamber" (c.1300), from Old North French warderobe, variant of Old French garderobe "place where garments are kept," from warder "to keep, guard" (see ward (v.)) + robe "garment" (see robe). Meaning "a person's stock of clothes for wearing" is recorded from c.1400. Sense of "movable closed cupboard for wearing apparel" is recorded from 1794. Meaning "room in which theatrical costumes are kept" is attested from 1711. Wardrobe malfunction is from 2004.