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sartorial

Anatomy of or relating to the sartorius
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Chris Green after he was picked and was dressed down by Ant (left) and Chris looking more sartorially elegant (bottom)
x We just wish she'd shown as much restraint sartorially.
"Inspiration was sourced from international catwalks and Bespoke Tailors, resulting in an aesthetically stunning and sartorially on-point motor car."
Avid fans can show their support sartorially with Complex Lifestyle Store's limited-edition collections from Sperry Top-Sider, Keds, and Havaianas to match your team's stripes.
And new for this season, Vlisco has introduced futuristic, linear stripes making it sartorially easy for Vlisco women to create their own unique statement.
Flanked by booze-sodden mentor Haymitch Abernathy (Woody Harrelson) and sartorially daring escort Effie Trinket (Elizabeth Banks), Katniss and Peeta tour the districts, scenting rebellion in the air.
And, save for some understandable Red Sox hats and sweatshirts in the audience, the city seemed sartorially suitable for an evening of Sedaris' unique and fluid observations of the human condition.
It appears likely to be sartorially judgemental based on early tweets, and has an appropriate picture of Barrasford as a result, but it isn't actually a hot-tofollow account with just two having signed up for it by yesterday afternoon.
Living in Paris for two years made me sharpen up my act sartorially. I probably have about 10 in the wardrobe.
Men, on the other hand, can get away with relative anonymity as far as their looks are concerned, unless someone is excessively aesthetically challenged, either hygienically or sartorially (e.g., a penchant for seersucker in January).
Anvaripour's fashion background also ensures that ResultWear is beautiful and sartorially sound enough to wear not just as innerwear, but also as a layering piece under sheer or lace clothing, "and it looks sexy by itself at the beginning, and end, of the night," she explains.
The two women fought harder to get one over on each other sartorially every Saturday night than most contestants did to win the competition.