Definition of ready-to-wear in English:

ready-to-wear

Syllabification: read·y-to-wear

adjective

(Of clothes) made for the general market and sold through stores rather than made to order for an individual customer; off the rack.
More example sentences
  • Don't get me wrong; buying a ready-to-wear suit isn't a bad thing.
  • Most of all I want to create forward-thinking, beautifully cut clothes, and have my own ready-to-wear womenswear label.
  • His clothes are neither ready-to-wear nor couture - they are startling constructions which can frighten people.

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