ready-to-wear[ red-ee-tuh-wair ]SEE DEFINITION OF ready-to-wear
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR READY-TO-WEAR
He was awake to the marvelous development of the ready-to-wear business.
It is a little too prim and ready-to-wear for me, if you'll excuse me for saying so.
Mr. Secord is the new buyer of the ladies' ready-to-wear, and successor to Mr. Woodman.
Toward noon Kit, in a "ready-to-wear" looking costume, knocked at Clo's door.
Some of them specialize in certain things, like ready-to-wear clothing, but most of them carry a little of everything.
There was but one store in Elberon, the nearest town, where 42 ready-to-wear garments were sold.
He may, if such is his inclination,—as I am sure it would have been Adam's,—get his new suit all finished and ready-to-wear.
By the 1930s, however, this trend was accelerated by a growing advertising and ready-to-wear clothing industry.
With his help I swiftly selected an outfit that was not half bad for ready-to-wear garments.