Translation of ready-to-wear in Spanish:


ropa de confección, n.

Pronunciation /ˌrɛdɪtəˈwɛː//ˈˌrɛdi tə ˈwɛ(ə)r/


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    ropa de confección feminine
    prêt-á-porter masculine
    (clothes) (before noun) de confección
    • His clothes are neither ready-to-wear nor couture - they are startling constructions which can frighten people.
    • The disappearance of bespoke tailoring has been offset by better ready-to-wear clothes and the coming of certain designer labels only the more discerning will recognise.
    • They pioneered ready-to-wear suits and shirts, back in an age when made-to-measure tailoring was still very much the norm, always with reverential customer service.
    • Although easily raveled fabrics may look great with such a buttonhole, if you examine ready-to-wear clothes, you'll often find a much looser stitch used.
    • I once heard a rumour that you could go into a shop and buy a ready-to-wear suit.
    • This was an eveningwear line that was beautiful and sophisticated, a more grown-up version of the ready-to-wear collection.
    • Don't get me wrong; buying a ready-to-wear suit isn't a bad thing.
    • Sewing machines brought mass-produced shoes in standard sizes and ready-to-wear clothes within universal reach.
    • This second line is a collection of women's ready-to-wear outfits but more luxurious.
    • Most of all I want to create forward-thinking, beautifully cut clothes, and have my own ready-to-wear womenswear label.