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pinstripe

in textiles
a. a very narrow stripe in fabric or the fabric itself, used esp for men's suits
b. (as modifier): a pinstripe suit
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Pinstripe jacket, pounds 70, matching trousers, pounds 40, both from Top Shop (0171 291 2351); red sheer top, pounds 39.
Don Alleson's "Protop" baseball jersey is 100% double-knit that comes in pinstripe and solid body colors and a six-button front.
The RPO market is growing rapidly as buyers become more sophisticated, wanting more strategic support than is offered by many traditional RPO providers," added Sue Marks, CEO of Pinstripe.
Colours: black pinstripe, Kelly-green pinstripe Sizes: S/M and L/XL Price: 24.
Black pinstripe jacket pounds 70, trousers pounds 49, grey shirt pounds 35, stripe tie pounds 19.
Kate: Cream funnel neck coat (pounds 80), houndstooth mini (pounds 40), black polo neck (pounds 25); Minnie: Black pinstripe suit jacket (pounds 90), black pinstripe suit trousers (pounds 50) Kate: White strapping shirt (pounds 30), cropped trousers (pounds 30)
The 1991-93 assemblage Slave Ready (Corporate) - a woman's pinstripe suit with steel-wool trim (the "corporate" peignoir), an odd little "computer screen" painting with the message "Slave Ready," and a clock whose face begs for "one more minute" - suggests that hewing to the career path is as misguided as following the mommy track.
This marks the fifth consecutive year that Pinstripe has been ranked among the nation's top RPO providers and the first year that Pinstripe has been ranked on the Global Market Leaders list.
com)-- Ad 2 Tampa Bay's immediate past president, Kris Solberg, received the 2015 Pinstripe Service Excellence Award at the American Advertising Federation - Tampa Bay Chapter's ADDY Awards held on February 18 at The Cuban Club.