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Muff

A muff is a tube made of fur or other warm material into which the hands are placed for warmth. They are rarely used today. Changes in fashion might be one reason. Also, vehicles which transport people today are usually heated.

                                               

Name tag

"Hello my name is" stickers, first introduced by C-Line Products in 1959, became hugely popular. Many graffiti artists have been known to use these stickers as tags.

                                               

Overcoat

An overcoat is a long coat which is worn over other clothes. Overcoats are made from a warm, heavy cloth or even animal fur. They go below the knee in length. A coat that is knee length is known as a topcoat. Overcoats have been worn for hundreds ...

                                               

Pajamas

Pajamas are loose clothes that people wear while they are sleeping. Pyjamas usually include trousers and a shirt. Pyjamas are often made of cotton. They are usually worn without underwear. The word comes from Hindi: पजामा, Pajāmā; Persian: پايجام ...

                                               

Pasties

Pasties are small pieces of cloth, plastic or metal. They are treated specially so they are sticky. They are used to cover a girls nipples or genital area. They vary in size and are usually not much larger than the persons areola. The concept of ...

                                               

Patch

A patch is a piece of a flexible material used to repair an object that has a hole in it, to protect an object from damage even before it is damaged, or to decorate clothing or other fabric items.

                                               

Pin stripes

Pin stripes are a pattern of very thin stripes running in parallel found in cloth. Although pin stripes are found in mostly in mens suits, any type of fabric can be pin striped. In baseball, the Chicago Cubs baseball uniforms have had pin stripes ...

                                               

Robe

There are different types of robes. These include the following: Wizards robe - in fantasy, wizards are usually shown wearing robes. Bathrobe - usually worn at home after taking a bath. They are also sometimes worn at night, or in the morning. Ju ...

                                               

Salwar kameez

Salwar kameez is a traditional dress worn by both women and men in Southern Asia. Salvars or shalvars are loose pajama-like trousers. The legs are wide at the top, and narrow at the bottom. The kameez is a long shirt or tunic. The side seams are ...

                                               

Skirt

A skirt is a piece of clothing that hangs downwards from the waist. Different skirts have been worn in many different cultures at different times. There are skirts that are clothing for women, for men, for both. In modern Western / European cultu ...

                                               

Sleeve

                                               

Smart casual

Smart casual is a dress code that is neat yet casual. Oxford defines it as "neat, conventional, yet relatively informal in style, especially as worn to conform to a particular dress code". "Business casual" is another similar term. It suggests so ...

                                               

Stocking

A stocking is a piece of womens clothing, worn like socks. They are made of stretchy materials. They are often worn instead of tights or socks. Stockings that are similar to womans stockings are also made as parts of sport uniforms.

                                               

Superman suit

                                               

Surcoat

A surcoat, or surcote, was an outer garment commonly worn in the Middle Ages by men. About 100 years later, women started to wear surcoats. It can either mean a coat worn over other garments or the outer garment commonly worn over armour. The nam ...

                                               

Sweatshop

A sweatshop is a place where people work, that is very crowded, where the work is very hard and the place is not safe to work in. Many sweatshops are in poor countries but sweatshops are also found in rich countries, where they often have people ...

                                               

Tailor

A tailor is a person whose job is to make clothes to fit people. A tailor might make a new piece of clothing, or change an item so that it fits better. They also mend clothes. A tailor is also called a seamster, or a seamstress for a woman.

                                               

Tights

Tights are a tight fitting clothing. In American English, the term includes pantyhose. They usually fit from the waist down and are often worn in dancing. Tights in the past were made of elasticized silk or other material. Modern tights are often ...

                                               

Trench coat

A trench coat is a type of outdoor clothing. Trenchcoats are long coats made from stiff material, like heavy-duty cotton. They were invented for soldiers to wear in The First World War to keep them warm. Most trench coats also protect the wearer ...

                                               

Tuxedo

A tuxedo is an ensemble of clothing which includes a white dress shirt, a bow tie, dress pants, a tuxedo suit jacket, leather dress shoes, and sometimes a vest or cummerbund, top hat and gloves. In European countries, this outfit is called black ...

                                               

Vest

A vest is a kind of clothing. It is worn on the upper part of the body. It has no sleeves. In the United States and American English, a vest is a kind of clothing sometimes worn on top of a shirt. In Britain and British English, a vest is a kind ...

                                               

Zipper

A zipper, also known as a zip, is a fastener. It is used mostly to hold clothes together. It can also be used in: luggage, bags, camping stuff, sporting goods, Textile products or as decoration on textile products It works by a slider moving up t ...

                                               

Piss Christ

Piss Christ is a 1987 photo that was taken by Andres Serrano. The picture is of a small plastic crucifix that is in a glass of Serranos urine. The piece won the Southeastern Center for Contemporary Arts "Awards in the Visual Arts" competition. Th ...

                                               

Apple juice

Apple juice is the juice from apples. It does not have alcohol, and it tastes sweet from the natural fruit sugars. Many companies making apple juice like to say that they do not add more sugar into the drink, and there is only natural sugar.

                                               

Carbonated water

Carbonated water, also known as sparkling water, fizzy water, seltzer, and water with gas, is plain water into which carbon dioxide gas has been dissolved. Most soft drinks have carbonated water as a base. The process of dissolving carbon dioxide ...

                                               

Cider

Cider is a drink made from fruit juice, most often from apples. In Europe and Oceania it is an alcoholic drink that is made from apple juice, through a process called fermentation. In the United States and parts of Canada, cider containing alcoho ...

                                               

Coconut water

Coconut water is the liquid inside young coconuts. Coconut water is a popular drink in tropical islands especially in tropical Asia, Pacific Islands, and the Caribbean. It is packaged and sold. It is sometimes sold as a sports drink, but not ever ...

                                               

Colada morada

Colada morada is a traditional Ecuadorian drink. It is prepared with black corn flour and fruits such as naranjilla, babaco, pineapple, blackberries, strawberries, and blueberries. The drink is sweetened with cane sugar. It is served hot.

                                               

Dasani

Dasani is a bottled water brand created by The Coca-Cola Company. It was launched in the year 1999, the product is filtered tap water with added sodium.

                                               

Drink coaster

A coaster, drink coaster or beermat is an item used to rest drinks on. Coasters protect the surface where the glass or mug is put. Coasters put on top of a glass can show a drink is not finished prevent contamination. Restaurants and bars usually ...

                                               

Eggnog

Eggnog is a sweet dairy drink made with milk, cream, sugar, beaten eggs, and flavoured with cinnamon and nutmeg. Alcoholic kinds are also made. Eggnog is a popular drink in the United States and Canada, and is usually drank with winter parties su ...

                                               

Fresca

                                               

Gatorade

Gatorade is a brand of sports-themed food and beverage products, built around its signature product: a line of sports drinks. Gatorade is currently manufactured by PepsiCo, distributed in over 80 countries. The beverage was first developed in 196 ...

                                               

Hawaiian Punch

Hawaiian Punch is the name of a brand of sweetened fruit punch drinks owned by Dr Pepper/Seven Up, Inc. It was created in 1934 by A.W. Leo, Tom Yates, and Ralph Harrison as an ice cream topping, and customers later discovered that it was an appea ...

                                               

Ice cream float

An ice cream float is a beverage. It has ice cream in either a soft drink or in a mixture of flavored syrup and carbonated water. It can also be called soda, coke float, root beer float or spider,

                                               

Iced tea

Sometimes, sugar is added to iced tea. This is sometimes called "sweet tea". Sometimes, fruit flavors like lemon, peach, or raspberry are added to the tea. Many kinds of iced tea can be bought in bottles or cans.

                                               

Juice

Juice is a liquid that comes from plants, animals or fruit. The juice from fruit is often made into a drink. Some juices that are often made into drinks are apple, orange, tomato, pineapple, grapefruit, guava, mango, passionfruit, carrot, waterme ...

                                               

Lassi

Lassi is a popular traditional dahi -based drink that originated in the Indian subcontinent. Lassi is a blend of yoghurt, water, spices and sometimes fruit. Namkeen lassi is similar to doogh, while sweet and mango lassis are like milkshakes.

                                               

Lemonade

Lemonade is a drink made with water, lemons or lemon juice, and sugar. There are two main types: cloudy, and clear, each known simply as "lemonade" in their home countries. Cloudy lemonade, generally found in North America and India, is a traditi ...

                                               

Mate (drink)

This article is about the drink, for the plant see yerba mate. Mate is a traditional drink in some countries in South America, especially in Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay, Chile, Bolivia and Brazil. The drink, which contains mateine, is made by an ...

                                               

Milo (drink)

Milo is a chocolate and malt powder from Australia that is mixed with milk or hot water to make a drink. It was first sold at the Sydney Royal Easter Show in Sydney, New South Wales. It is popular in many other countries in Australia, Oceania, So ...

                                               

Monster Energy

Monster Energy is the name of a brand of energy drinks manufactured by Hansen Natural and distributed by Anheuser-Busch, PepsiCo Canada, Pepsi, Grupo Jumex and Schweppes. Monster Energy has sponsored many sporting events like the X Games and pays ...

                                               

Nescafe

Nescafe is a brand of instant coffee made by Nestle. Instant coffee is a powder which is mixed with hot water to make coffee. There are several different products that have the name Nescafe. The name is a mix of the words Nestle and cafe ". Nestl ...

                                               

Orange juice

Orange juice is juice of oranges which is made by squeezing the fruit. It comes in several varieties, such as blood orange. It has a lot of Vitamin C. Orange Juice also has folic acid in it, which can be harsh on a sensitive stomach.

                                               

Ovaltine

Ovaltine is a brand of milk product mixed with whey, malt and sugar. Certain flavors also have cocoa. Before 2007, Ovaltine had competed against Nesquik, claiming it was better than Nesquik. The product began in 1904.

                                               

Postum

Postum is a drink first made by C. W. Post in 1895. It is a powder substitute for coffee that is mixed with water. The ingredients are wheat bran, wheat, molasses, and corn dextrin. It is advertised as a healthier choice of drink than coffee.

                                               

Rockstar (drink)

Rockstar, Inc. is a popular energy drink. It was created in the United States in 2001. There are over 25 different flavors of the drink. Rockstar is based in Las Vegas, Nevada. It was founded in 1998 by Russell Weiner, the son of conservative tal ...

                                               

Shirley Temple (cocktail)

A Shirley Temple is a non-alcoholic mixed drink made with ginger ale and a splash of grenadine, mixed with a maraschino cherry. Modern Shirley Temple recipes may substitute lemon-lime soda in part, or in whole, for ginger ale. Shirley Temples are ...

                                               

Sikhye

Sikhye is a Korean traditional rice beverage which is fermented for some periods. It is usually served as a dessert with its sweet taste. The main ingredients of Sikhye is liquids, cooked rices. When we drink Sikhye, we can see that there are som ...

                                               

Smoothie

Smoothies are a type of cold drink made from a liquid, crushed ice or ice cubes, different fruits. Sometimes other foods are added to smoothies, such as yogurt, honey, maple syrup or ice cream. Smoothies are blended with an electric blender until ...

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