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a piece of cloth sewn under an opening

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Koslak by Thinles Chosdup and Niranjana Adhya too had some innovative approach with drop crotches, short closures and extended plackets.
Matched with Mossy Oak[R] BreakUp camo and many technical features like fleece-lined hoods, interior storm plackets, zippered chest pockets, nylon loops, oversized gusseted cargo pockets, neoprene storm cuffs, hand warmer pockets, draw-cords, etc.
Substitute leotards for those rich red Karinskas with their clacking plackets, and "Rubies" could take its place in Balanchine's black-and-white wing, next to the quantum physics of The Four Temperaments and Agon.
Pull open or cut clothing around the seams, plackets, etc.
all fashions have generous plackets to prevent gapping.
The Shirtdress: The classic shirt dress has been updated with dropped shoulders, extended plackets and hip seamed details.
Retailing from $195 to $295, silhouettes include a tunic; a fitted Western style; a camp shirt; dress shirts with contrasting yokes, plackets and backs, and two shirt dresses.
Pickering made the shirts: cotton lisle, collars possibly inspired by the habits of Carmelite nuns, and four-button plackets.
Instead of what happens now (has been happening since infants, to be honest), which is that they turn up in ancient T-shirts with ripped plackets and leg wear that adheres to the concept of 'school trousers' about as faithfully as Beelzebub does to the church.
Styles use longer plackets, larger buttons, and simple hook-and-loop closures wherever possible.
95) sports a classic buttondown collar, patch pocket, back pleat, button-through sleeve plackets and adjustable cuffs.
The pant includes a second layer of fabric in abrasion areas, a quilted seat for added insulation, a full front entry, snow gaiters with external zip plackets and side-seam zips for easy on, easy off.