An article of clothing covering the person; an outer garment; a vestment; a dress; a vesture; a robe.
Specifically, a waistcoat, or sleeveless body garment, for men, worn under the coat.
To clothe with, or as with, a vestment, or garment; to dress; to robe; to cover, surround, or encompass closely.
Available in either single- or double-breasted styles, a vest (also known as a waistcoat) is an optional accessory that can be worn with almost any tuxedo ensemble. Most rental vests have an open back (a band goes around the neck and another is fastened across your back); some styles are full-back. The vest usually matches the bow-tie and/or cummerbund; all of these accessories are available in a wide range of colors and patterns these days, from stripes to florals. Full-dress and white-tie ensembles and morning and director's suits require vests of a special design.
n. 1. A tee shirt. Undershirt. Back to the top
a man's sleeveless garment worn underneath a coat
clothe oneself in ecclesiastical garments
clothe formally; especially in ecclesiastical robes
a garment worn under a jacket and over a shirt
a sleeveless piece of clothing that is usually worn over a mr
a very easy garment to press
man's garment worn under JUSTAUCORPS, in rich material with two fronts and sleeve cuffs. Originally long, it was shortened and simplified during this period to become a waistcoat.
The over-garment made of electrically conducting material which is worn over the standard uniform in Foil and Saber to enable the scoring of hits by the electrical apparatus.
A sleeveless, waist length coat usually meant to be worn over a shirt or blouse.
US term for British "waistcoat."
Also known as a waistcoat, a vest is an optional accessory; usually matches the bow-tie.
A vest is a type of garment. The term has different meanings in the United Kingdom and the United States.