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adjective as in pertaining to tailors

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Buy on Columbia, $112Buy on Amazon, $112While they’re not going to be the anchor of any stunning sartorial assemblage, they won’t sink your look, either.

When we do have this moment of realization, we all look ridiculous, at least by the arcane equipment and sartorial standards that inform our sport.

Dressing for the office was like solving a sartorial Rubik’s Cube in which the rare winning combination was simultaneously appropriate for my age, rank, body type, and schedule.

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This sartorial shift also makes plain the challenges that women in power continue to face.

Ford’s most memorable brush with sartorial fame, he writes, was when he entered Esquire’s 2009 competition for the magazine’s Best Dressed Real Man.

Their new Balmain campaign isn't just extremely off-putting and incredibly up-close; it's also a serious sartorial achievement.

Today, the sartorial movement is starting to make a comeback.

Tyson Chandler, a veteran of taking sartorial risks, has seemingly influenced a new generation of players taking style chances.

Once she became enmeshed in the acting world, she turned to some timeless Hollywood icons for sartorial guidance.

In its first issue, for example, 1Granary pushed sartorial limits with a cover shoot entitled “The Birth Place.”

We are still in the times of the upstanding ruff; we are watching, like sartorial gardeners, for the droop of this linen flower.

The action was everything; the sartorial accessories were as they might be and were and frequently still are.

He returned with a dark young man, whose sartorial perfection left nothing to be desired.

He advanced and recognized Snorky Green's red choker tie, which was particularly dear to his young sartorial fancy.

Gordon Makimmon, with secret dissatisfaction, compared himself with this sartorial model.


On this page you'll find 12 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to sartorial, such as: null, null, elegant, flashy, impeccable, and sharp.

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