pinstripe


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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.
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.
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.