Origin of neckwear
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And he returned to his mirror and the nice adjustment of his neckwear.Mistress Wilding
As it is, my own salary barely serves to keep me in neckwear.The Third Degree
Charles Klein and Arthur Hornblow
The neckwear was a bind of lawn, with a long fall finished with lace.Dress design
Neckwear—Ascot, once over or four-in-hand in somber effects.
Neckwear—Ascot, black or white effect, once over, white or Pearl.
- articles of clothing, such as ties, scarves, etc, worn around the neck