prepare-for-garment-dye fabric is cut into the greige state,
bleached and sewn into a garment and later dyed into the desired color.
Using "prepare-for-garment-dye" allows a company to move garments
to retail more quickly. As the retailer determines which colors are
selling best, they can quickly get back into stock on those colors.
pressure suit an inflatable suit for high-altitude or space flight
to protect the body from low pressure
pret-a-porter ready-to-wear clothes.
primrose yellow a light to moderate greenish yellowish;
a light to moderate yellow.
prince albert a double-breasted frock coat with the upper part
fitted to the body.
prince of wales check
perhaps is one of the most misused
terms, the original of which was made for Edward VII when he was
Prince of Wales. It is actually a very large check with a repeat
of nine inches in bold red or brown on a cream ground with a grey
overcheck. However, a misunderstanding arose when Edward, Duke of
Windsor became the Prince of Wales and he favoured a black and white
Glen Urquhart check and the two designs became confused in many
print cloth with a pattern or
figured design applied by printing. An article of clothing of
print cloth, namely a cloth with a pattern or figured design applied by
a twilled woolen dress fabric; a heavy woolen fabric used
for the upper of shoes.
a greenish blue.
a dark red.
puggaree a light scarf wrapped
around a sun helmet or used as a hatband
pullover a pullover garment,
as a sweater
pump a shoe that grips the
foot chiefly at the toe and heel, especially a close-fitting woman's dress
shoe with a moderate to high heel.
cloth dyed purple. Any of various colors that
fall about midway between red and blue in hue. A garment of purple
color, especially a purple robe worn as an emblem of rank or authority
the heraldic color purple.
purse a small bag for money
puttee a cloth strip
wrapped around the leg from ankle to knee; a usually leather laced, strapped,
or catched legging
putty a light brownish gray
to light grayish brown textile color.
(polyvinyl chloride) is a widely-used
plastic. In terms of revenue generated, it is one of the most valuable products
of the chemical industry. Globally, over 50% of PVC manufactured is used
in construction. As a building material PVC is cheap, and easy to assemble.
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