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Women's Blazers
A blazer is a type of double breasted jacket, like that of a suit except in that it has patch pockets with no flaps and usually, metal shank buttons. In more recent times, a single breasted form, long in existence, has come into more common use. A blazer's cloth is usually of a durable nature as it is used in schools and was used for sport. As sporting dress has become more adapted to the activity, the blazer has become more restricted to clubs' social meetings.

Women's Fitness
A skin-tight garment is a garment that is held to the skin by elastic tension. Many skin-tight garments are also one-piece garments.Skin-tight garments -- or more accurately, snug and closely fitting 'skins' provide protection from injury while swimming and diving, including reduced muscle vibration, protection from cuts, stings and abrasion, and as effective protection from UV rays of the sun. These include diveskins, wetsuits, and shrink to fit jeans.Skin-tight garments are often considered sexy on an attractive body. As they allow the exhibition of the natural curves of the body. People who are on the look out for a mate often start wearing clothes that are tighter.

Women's Intimates
One of the woman intimates is brassière.A brassière or bra is a foundation garment for women which covers and supports the breasts.

Women's Juniors
Most often to what Americans call a dress shirt or tailored shirt, i.e., a garment with a collar, cuffs, and a full vertical opening with buttons. In the US it tends to have a vaguer meaning, being applied to many types of (mainly men's & women's) tops, leaving the word "top" generally for ladieswear that also come in junior size.

Women's Brassiere
Nursing or Maternity bras are specifically designed for breastfeeding mothers. Unlike most bras, they have cups which fold down allowing easy access to the nipple when the infant is to be fed. Many women find underwired bras uncomfortable during breastfeeding and the latter stages of pregnancy due to the increase in both size and sensitivity of the breasts, and so most, though not all, nursing bras are constructed of fabric only.

Women's Shawl
A shawl is an extremely simple item of clothing, loosely worn over the shoulders, upper body and arms, sometimes also over the head. It is usually a rectangular piece of cloth, often folded to make a triangle, but can also be triangular in shape to begin with. The first shawls, or "shals" were part of traditional male costume in Kashmir. They were woven in extremely fine woollen twill, some were even said to be so fine as to fit through a ring. Shawls can be in one colour only, woven in different colours(called tilikar), ornately crochetted or embroidered(called ameli).Shawls are used in order to keep warm, to complement a costume, and for symbolic reasons. One famous type of shawl is the tallit, worn by Jews during prayers and ceremonies.

Women's Skirt
A skirt is a tube- or cone-shaped garment which hangs from the waist and covers all or part of the legs. Unlike trousers, a skirt is "unbifurcated" — that is, not divided into separate legs.

Women's Dress
(also frock, gown) is a garment consisting of a skirt with an attached bodice or with a matching bodice giving the effect of a one-piece garment.

Women's Pants
Pants are trousers made from denim. Originally work clothes, they became popular among teenagers starting in the 1950s.
Garment that worn by men and women used in their outdoor activity.

Women's Petites
Knit tops is one from those petites (0-18 sizes) favorites. Partly, blouse is one of them.The canonical default texture for a knit garment is that generated by the flat stockinette stitch—as seen, though very small, in machine-made stockings and t-shirts—which is worked in the round as nothing but knit stitches, and worked flat as alternating rows of knit and purl. Other simple textures can be made with nothing but knit and purl stitches, including garter stitch, ribbing, and moss and seed stitches. Adding a "slip stitch" (just moving a loop from one needle to the other, without working it) allows for a wide range of textures, including heel and linen stitches, and a number of more complicated patterns.

Women's Plus Sizes
All garments which includes pants, blouses, dresses etc. Apparel that is worn by woman who gain with extra weight. Plus sizes garments are those garments made with extra sizes compared than the regular one.

Women's Shirts
A shirt is a piece of clothing for the trunk of the body.Shirt or dress shirt — a shirt with collar and full vertical opening with buttons; left and right sides of this shirt meet with the placket front.

Women's Shorts
Shorts are a garment worn by both men and women over their pelvic area and the upper part of the upper legs or more, sometimes extending as far as mid-calf, but not covering the entire length of the leg.They are called "shorts" because they are a shortened version of trousers (as they are called in British English) or pants (in American English) which cover the entire leg. There are multiple types of shorts:
1. Track shorts
2. Walking shorts
3. Cut- offs
4. Hotpants
5. "Bun huggers"
6. "Skorts"
7."Zip-off shorts"
8. Board shorts
9.Three quarter pants
10. Shpants are shorts that reach below the knee. It is a portmanteau of "shorts" and "pants".
11. Shants are shorts that are short on 1 leg and long on the other leg. It is a portmanteau of "shorts" and "pants".
12. Shankles are oversized shorts that reach all the way to the ankles. It is a portmanteau of "shorts" and "ankles".
13. Baggies are lose fitting shorts which reach the knees. The were the standard shorts worn by English football teams before World War II. West Bromwich Albion FC are nicked named the Baggies because their team used to wear particularly baggy shorts. During the late 1990s this type of shorts had a short revival in popularity among some Premier league teams in England.
14. Cycling shorts are special shorts designed for cycling.
15. Bermuda shorts are a knee-length shorts, named after the Bermuda island because of the type of garb worn by U.S. tourists there.

Women's Skirts
A skirt is a tube- or cone-shaped garment which hangs from the waist and covers all or part of the legs. Unlike trousers, a skirt is "unbifurcated" — that is, not divided into separate legs. A dress (also frock, gown) is a garment consisting of a skirt with an attached bodice or with a matching bodice giving the effect of a one-piece garment.At its simplest, a skirt can be a draped garment made out of a single piece of material (such as sarongs or pareos), but most skirts are fitted to the body at the waist and fuller below, with the fullness introduced by means of darts, gores, pleats, or panels. Modern skirts and dresses are usually made of light to mid-weight fabrics, such as denim, jersey, worsted, or poplin. Skirts and dresses of thin or clingy fabrics are worn with slips to make the material of the skirt drape better.
The hemline of skirts and dresses can be as high as the upper thigh or as low as the ground, depending on the whims of fashion and the modesty or personal taste of the wearer.

Women's Suits
Tailored suits for women, originally consisting of a matching skirt and jacket, sometimes with a vest, appeared in the later nineteenth century. Severe suits in woolen fabrics were worn as street and traveling costume, and reflected the skirt and sleeve styles of the day.In the first half of the twentieth century, the skirted suit became the common daytime city costume for women, in the workplace and out; dressmaker suits featured softer fabrics and "feminine" details, and cocktail suits were worn for semiformal occasions in mid-century.Under the influence of Dress for Success, a working woman's uniform of skirted suit, tailored shirt, and floppy tie evolved in the 1970s and 1980s. Pantsuits (women's suits with trousers) were introduced by designer André Courrèges in 1964 but were only gradually accepted as formal business attire.

Women's Sweaters
A sweater, pullover, jumper or jersey is a relatively heavy garment intended to cover the torso and arms of the human body (though in some cases sweaters are made for dogs and occasionally other animals) and typically supposed to go over a shirt, blouse, t-shirt or other top. Sweaters tend to be, and in earlier times always were, made from wool (typically of sheep, though possibly of alpaca or other type), however, they can be made of cotton, synthetic fibres or some combination thereof.

Tank Suit
Probably the most common form of one-piece swimsuit and its form has given inspiration to the creation of the tank top. The name is derived from the term swimming tank, an obsolete term for what is now called a swimming pool.Sling bikinis provide as little coverage, or as much exposure, as a bikini. Usually, it is worn like a bikini bottom with the side straps, instead of going around the hips or waist, extending upwards to cover the breasts and go over the shoulders, leaving the entire sides of the torso uncovered. The straps then reach down the back to become a thong. Sling bikinis are sometimes referred to as monokinis, though this usually refers to a garment which leaves the breasts uncovered.Other types include stringbodys, halter-necks, maillots, plunge fronts and pretzel suits.

Women's T-Shirts
T-shirt that is typically extends to the waist, although one fashion is for "oversized" T-shirts. A more recent trend in women's clothing involves tight-fitting "cropped" T-shirts that are short enough to reveal the lower abdomen including the belly button. T-shirt fashions include styles for men and women, and for all age groups, including baby, youth and adult sizes. T-shirts are often decorated with text and/or pictures.

Women's Tank Tops
In American English a tank top is a sleeveless shirt that can be worn by either sex. The term is also used in Australian English; however the term singlet is more common. The name derives from its resemblance to a tank suit, a style of one-piece women's swimsuit with shoulder straps. ("Tank suit" in turn refers to "swimming tank," an obsolete term for what are now called "swimming pools.")Tank tops are often worn by athletes in sports such as Track and field and bicycling.
Tank tops have been popular warm-weather casual wear in the United States since the 1980s and are regarded as acceptable public casual dress in most locales there.Elsewhere, the term singlet or vest may be used.In British English a tank top denotes a sleeveless pullover.

Women's Blouse
A blouse most commonly refers to a woman's shirt, although the term is also used for some men's military uniform shirts.Blouses are often made of cotton or silk cloth and may or may not include a collar and sleeves. They are generally more tailored than simple knit tops, and may contain "feminine" details such as ruffles or embroidered decorations.Blouses have buttons reversed from that of a men's shirts. That is, the buttons are normally on the wearer's left-hand and the buttonholes are on the right. The reasons for this are unclear, however. Some suggest this custom was introduced by launderers so they could distinguish between women's and men's shirts. Another theory purports that the tradition arose in the middle ages when one manner of manifesting wealth was by the number of buttons one wore. Female servants were in charge of buttonning their mistresse's gowns (since the buttons were usually in the back). Tiring of attempting to button the buttons backwards, they started reversing the direction of the buttons.

Women's Vests
Playing rough in frosty conditions can literally knock the stuffing out of some lightweight down vests. A tough variable ripstop fabric that can take the slides, slips and falls without losing the fluff (the variable ripstop yarns also create a cool cross dye color design). Highly water repellant and lighter than a lot of similar reinforced alpine down designs. A newly configured quilted panel construction helps reduce bulk while improving your upper body mobility for snowshoeing and cross-country skiing. Stretch Spandex armholes enhance the overall range of motion.

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