To furnish with apparatus; to equip; to fit out. (verb)
Examples of word apparel
I think you miss the point too, if you think the wearing of the apparel is the end of the “rudeness”.
A. Bank, as I feel like their apparel is a little bit more shoddy.
The company dropped the word "apparel" from its name last year to reflect its focus on its accessories business and bought high-end shoe retailer Kurt Geiger earlier this year to increase its foothold in the international luxury market.
All profits from the sale of official UMPD apparel is put back into community policing programs and inititatives to make the University of Miami community a safer, stronger, and more cohesive environment in which to learn and work.
The Hundreds apparel is inspired by Los Angeles lifestyle and Southern Californiaâ€ ™ s skateboarding, surf, punk, and hip-hop cultures.
The price increases mark a sharp reversal in apparel price trends, which have been deflationary for at least a decade, says Emanuel Weintraub, a retail consultant.
Modern apparel is also part of the appeal of Karito Kids Giving Girls, a new 21-inch doll line from Kids Give priced at $34 and sold exclusively for the holidays at Sam's Club.
But most of Sherzad's designs are hitting the overseas market - in fact, 90 percent of her apparel is sold outside of Afghanistan.
Shopping for kidsThis year as in most of the past years, apparel is at the top of the list as the number one gift item to give this holiday season, followed again by toys in the number two spot. —
Ms. Holzer sold the East 74th Street duplex to Nicole and Jason Rabin , a founder of Wear Me Apparel/Kids Headquarters, which provides private-label apparel, and who negotiated a joint marketing venture with Beyonce Knowles , the singer and actress.