|NOUN || a coat dress | coat dresses |
NOUN article.ind sg | pl
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- Then Farmer wore a red coat-dress, red boots and leather gloves, the female dancers were dressed as Russian farmers and the male dancers as Soviet soldiers.
- Frock Coat Dress was (like Full Dress) placed in abeyance and 'landed' in 1939, and although not formally abolished was not worn until it was finally abolished in 1949.
- When high waists were the fashion, from roughly 1790 to 1820, the habit could be a coat dress called a "riding coat" (borrowed in French as redingote) or a petticoat with a short jacket (often longer in back than in front).
- The garment was a silk lavender coat dress with Ukrainian embroidery on the hem and sleeves.
- Another alternative to the traditional habit was a coat-dress called a "joseph" or "riding coat" (borrowed in French as redingote), usually of unadorned or simply trimmed woolen fabric, with full-length, tight sleeves and a broad collar with lapels or revers.
- Powell was an active advocate of women's dress reform, urging the adoption of a standard style, in order to abolish the outside appearance of class distinctions; the costume she advocated was a coat dress over bloomers, which she wore on all occasions.
- White tie is the correct, equivalent formal dress for evening social events.
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