Relating to clothes or dress.
- But when we consider the recent popular comeback of the military look worn by people on the street in recent years, the same appropriation of vestiary sloganeering is in effect.
- Unlike the other girls, whose only vestiary accommodation to the day's activities has been to sweep their hair out of the way with butterfly barrettes, Calloway sports a blue Derek Jeter jersey and her hair is done up in careful rows of tight braids that won't come down right after practice.
- She often worked with non-rigid materials such as this, and in 1964 she initiated ‘vestiary’ sculpture, designed to be worn by the spectator.
noun (plural vestiaries)
A room or building in a monastery or other large establishment in which clothes are kept.
- Hannover's attempts at halving the score would be for naught and the home side would go into the vestiaries down 2-0.
- The size of the vestiary indicates the bath was more than a source of physical well-being but also a center of social interaction.
- These baths contain the three classical sections of the Roman bath: the vestiary where patrons changed clothing before their bath and rested afterwards, and three rooms for cold, warm and hot water.
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