Leg Warmers are a type of clothing similar to a sock except that they are footless. Leg warmers were traditionally made of pure wool, though nowadays they are typically made from a mixture of cotton and/or manmade fibres. ...more on Wikipedia about "Leg warmer"
Leggings are any of several sorts of fitted clothing to cover the legs. Originally leggings were two separate garments, one for each leg. ...more on Wikipedia about "Leggings"
A leotard is a skin-tight one-piece garment that covers the torso and body but leaves the legs free. It was made famous by the French acrobatic performer Jules Léotard ( 1839- 1870), about whom the song "The Daring Young Man on the Flying Trapeze" was written. ...more on Wikipedia about "Leotard"
Levi's are a brand of riveted denim jeans manufactured by Levi Strauss & Co.. ...more on Wikipedia about "Levi's"
This is a list of types of clothing. ...more on Wikipedia about "List of types of clothing"
A little black dress is a short, unfussy evening or cocktail dress, popularized in the 1920s by the fashion designer Coco Chanel. Chanel's dress was designed not to show stains, and to fit every woman. ...more on Wikipedia about "Little black dress"
A loincloth is one-piece garment, sometimes kept in place by a belt, that is used: ...more on Wikipedia about "Loincloth"
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A long-sleeved T-shirt is a type of shirt in the style of a T-shirt, which the original kind is short-sleeved, but with long sleeves. It has been an acceptable piece of fashion since the 1970s. Since the mid- 1980s, it has often been worn underneath a short-sleeved T-shirt for a nice-looking, warm combination. That style is typically done in the fall and winter. ...more on Wikipedia about "Long-sleeved T-shirt"
Lowrise jeans are pants made of jeans, with a deliberately low-cut waist, intended to wear low on the hips. ...more on Wikipedia about "Low-rise jeans"
The lungi is a garment worn around the waist in India, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, and Myanmar. While its origin is found in South Indian culture, it is worn by diverse communities across Southern Asia. It is normally woven in cotton with variety of designs and colors, though the most popular styles are either solid-colored or plaid. Depending on local tradition, lungis can be worn by men and/or women, are tied or fastened in various ways, and can be used in different cultural activities, ranging from normal daily life to elaborate wedding ceremonies. The lungi is thought to be quite comfortable, as its length can be adjusted rather easily. It is particularly popular in regions where the heat and humidity create an unpleasant climate for trousers. ...more on Wikipedia about "Lungi"
The M65 Jacket is a popular field jacket designed for the US Armed forces. ...more on Wikipedia about "M65 Jacket"
A Mackintosh is a form of waterproof raincoat, first sold in 1824, made out of rubberised fabric. The Mackintosh is named after its Scottish inventor Charles Macintosh: note the added letter ' k' in the name of the garment. ...more on Wikipedia about "Mackintosh"
Maillot jaune (French for yellow jersey) is the shirt worn by the current overall leader of many bicycle races, originally and most notably the Tour de France. It allows the rider who was in the overall lead at the end of the previous day to be easily identified during the race. ...more on Wikipedia about "Maillot jaune"
A mandilion or mandelion is a loose men's hip-length pullover coat or jacket, open down the sides, worn in England in the later sixteenth century. ...more on Wikipedia about "Mandilion"
A Mantua is an article of women's clothing worn in the late seventeenth century and eighteenth century. Originally a loose gown, the later mantua was an overgown or robe typically worn over an underdress or stomacher and petticoat. ...more on Wikipedia about "Mantua (clothing)"
The Mao suit, also known as Chinese tunic suit or tunic suit, is the western name for the style of male attire known in China as the Zhongshan suit ( , or ), named after Sun Zhongshan who introduced it shortly after the founding of the Republic of China. In accordance with the Chinese tradition of changing the style of dress for different dynasties, Sun instructed that a new form of clothing be designed for the new republic. The Western name comes from its popularization by Mao Zedong. ...more on Wikipedia about "Mao suit"
Marithé François Girbaud is a French based clothing company founded in 1938. ...more on Wikipedia about "Marithé François Girbaud"
A memorial bracelet is a cuff style metal bracelet worn around the wrist which is usually made of either aluminum or stainless steel and engraved with the name of a person who died or an event. These bracelets are worn as a way to make people aware of the person that has died and the reason for the death or to commemorate a, usually tragic, event such as the World Trade Center bombing. ...more on Wikipedia about "Memorial Bracelets"
The miniskirt is a skirt with a hemline well above the knees (generally 20cm or more above knee level). Its existence is generally credited to the fashion designer Mary Quant, who was inspired by the Mini Cooper automobile, although the French designer André Courrèges is also often cited as its inventor, and there is disagreement on who invented it first. Some credit the Miniskirt to Helen Rose who made some miniskirts for actress Anne Francis in the 1956 Sci Fi movie, Forbidden Planet. ...more on Wikipedia about "Miniskirt"
Monokini, a term used for different styles of one-piece swimsuits, which all have in common that they are inspired by the bikini. Most commonly, a monokini is a bikini bottom without the corresponding top, worn by women, that leaves the breasts bare. ...more on Wikipedia about "Monokini"
A morning coat or cutaway is a man's coat worn as the principal item in morning dress. First appearing as an alternative to the frock coat, it has become increasingly rarely worn since the 19th century, and today is normally only seen at weddings, very formal funerals and, in England, race meetings such as Royal Ascot and the Derby. Also, the United States Solicitor General typically wears it when arguing before the United States Supreme Court. ...more on Wikipedia about "Morning coat"
Morning dress is a particular category of men's formal dress. Outside of court dress, it is the most formal type of clothing worn. Despite the name, it may be worn at any time before 5 PM; however, many are wearing this clothing style later. The correct equivalent formal dress for evening occasions, after 5pm, is white tie (see evening dress). ...more on Wikipedia about "Morning dress"
Mudd Jeans is a women's jeans brand marketed as being popular for its discounted prices, happy-go-lucky stylings, and affinity toward the more playful aspects of life. ...more on Wikipedia about "Mudd Jeans"
A Naughty & Nice is a matching 3 piece ensemble consisting of undergarments, babydoll nightgown and peignoir made of diaphanous chiffon with shoulder puffs, ruffles, bows, lace, ribbons, etc. The peignoir may or may not have shoulder puffs. ...more on Wikipedia about "Naughty & Nice"
Navel lint, or more commonly belly button lint or fluff, is an accumulation of fluffy fibres in one's navel. ...more on Wikipedia about "Navel lint"
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