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A list of phrases related to the word "clothes"...


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  • As black as your hat
  • As full as a fat lady's sock
  • Asbestos knickers
  • At a price to suit your pocket
  • At the drop of a hat
  • Bad hat
  • Bail jumper
  • Beat the pants off
  • Below the belt ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Belt and braces ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Belt it out
  • Belt up ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Best bib and tucker ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Bit of skirt
  • Black tie
  • Bless his/her cotton socks
  • Bling bling ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Blow my skirt up
  • Boob tube
  • Bore the pants off someone
  • Bra burner
  • Brown trousers
  • Bunny suit ( Canadian military slang term for a cbrn ( chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear ) )
  • Burn your bra
  • By the seat of your pants
  • Cap and trade ( A policy tool aimed at protecting the environment )
  • Cap in hand
  • Caught with your pants down
  • Caught with your trousers down
  • Cement overcoat
  • Change into your brown trousers
  • Chapel hat pegs
  • Chicago overcoat
  • Click it or ticket ( United States seat belt law advertising slogan )
  • Cloak and dagger ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Cloth ears
  • Clothes maketh the man
  • Coat of many colours
  • Cut from the same cloth
  • Cut your coat to suit your cloth
  • Dance your socks off
  • Data cap
  • Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid ( Steve Martin movie )
  • Dicky Dirt ( Cockney rhyming slang for shirt )
  • Do you want a shape like a bra? Or do you want a shape like a woman? ( Warner's Body Bra advertising slogan )
  • Doff one's cap ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Don't get your knickers in a knot
  • Don't get your knickers in a twist
  • Done up like a Christmas tree
  • Double denim ( denim jeans worn with a denim shirt or jacket )
  • Draw a veil over
  • Dress code
  • Dress down
  • Dress down Friday
  • Dress for success
  • Dress up
  • Dress up Thursday
  • Drop your pants
  • Dust your pants
  • Eat my shorts ( A catchphrase from The Simpsons )
  • Fancy pants
  • Fashion victim
  • Feather in your cap
  • Fine feathered
  • Fly by the seat of your pants
  • Follow suit
  • For successful living ( Diesel advertising slogan )
  • For want of a nail the shoe was lost ( line from nursery rhyme )
  • For want of a nail the shoe was lost; for want of a shoe the horse was lost; and for want of a horse the man was lost
  • Frock horror
  • Frock up
  • Full Metal Jacket ( Stanley Kubrick movie )
  • Gear up for
  • Get into gear
  • Get into someone's pants
  • Get your ass into gear
  • Get your coat
  • Get your coat, you've pulled
  • Glad rags
  • Go cap in hand
  • Golden Sombrero ( A baseball expression denoting a player who strikes out four times in a game )
  • Hair shirt
  • Handle with kid gloves
  • Hang on to your shirt tails
  • Hang up your hat
  • Hang your hat on
  • Hat in hand
  • Have you ever had a bad time in Levi's? ( Levi's Jeans advertising slogan )
  • High visibility jacket ( reflective coat worn to be easily seen )
  • Home is wherever I lay my hat
  • Hustle and bustle
  • I dreamed I stopped traffic in my Maidenform bra ( Maidenform advertising slogan )
  • I dreamed I went shopping in my Maidenform bra ( Maidenform advertising slogan )
  • I grow old, I grow old, I shall wear the bottoms of my trousers rolled ( from a poem by Eliot )
  • I wear my sunglasses at night
  • I will wear my heart upon my sleeve
  • I'll eat my hat
  • I'll take my hat off to you
  • I'm Too Sexy For My Shirt ( Right Said Fred song )
  • If the cap fits, wear it
  • If the shoe fits, wear it
  • If you want to get ahead, get a hat ( Hat Council advertising slogan )
  • In high cotton
  • In uniform
  • In your birthday suit
  • It takes 40 dumb animals to make a fur coat, but only one to wear it
  • Jersey Jim ( Nickname of Jim McMahon )
  • Jersey Joe ( Nickname of Joe Walcott )
  • Joey Pants ( Nickname of actor Joe Pantoliano )
  • Keep it under your hat
  • Keep your hat on
  • Keep your pants on
  • Keep your shirt on
  • Knock it into a cocked hat
  • Knock your socks off
  • Legs like tree trunks
  • Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat ( Bob Dylan song )
  • Let's get out of these wet clothes and into a dry Martini
  • Liar liar: pants on fire
  • Lift the veil
  • Lit up like a Christmas tree
  • Little black dress
  • Little gentleman in the velvet coat
  • Look your best while you wear our least ( Jockey Shorts advertising slogan )
  • Lose your shirt
  • Man In The Long Black Coat ( Bob Dylan song )
  • Man of the cloth
  • Material Girl ( Madonna song )
  • My bottoms are tops ( Gloria Vanderbilt Jeans advertising slogan )
  • My hat!
  • No Jacket Required ( Phil Collins album )
  • Not a stitch on
  • Not exactly blowing my skirt up
  • Nothing comes between me and my Calvin Klein jeans ( Calvin Klein advertising slogan )
  • Off the peg
  • Old hat
  • Old school tie
  • One two buckle my shoe ( line from nursery rhyme )
  • Only 1 out of 25 men is color blind. The other 24 just dress that way ( Mohara Suits advertising slogan )
  • Only the brave deserve the fair and the fair deserve JAEGER ( Jaeger Sportswear advertising slogan )
  • Open the kimono
  • Out of the hat
  • Over the shoulder boulder holder ( jokey term for bra )
  • Pass the hat
  • Penguin suit
  • Pile of pants
  • Platinum Sombrero ( A baseball expression denoting striking out five times in a game )
  • Pop goes the weasel
  • Power is Macintosh ( Apple Computer advertising slogan )
  • Pull the rabbit out of the hat
  • Pull your socks up
  • Put a sock in it
  • Put on the wooden overcoat
  • Put on your thinking cap
  • Put the tin hat on it
  • Put your brain in gear
  • Put your shirt on
  • Quality never goes out of style ( Levi's Jeans advertising slogan )
  • Quick change artist
  • Rag trade
  • Rally cap ( A baseball expression denoting a cap is a worn inside out or backwards )
  • Raspberry Beret ( Prince song )
  • Red and green should never be seen
  • Robin Hood - Men In Tights ( Mel Brooks movie )
  • Royal flush ( in poker - a hand including a ten jack queen king and ace of the same suit )
  • San Francisco ( Be Sure to Wear Flowers in Your Hair ) ( Scott McKenzie song )
  • Set your cap at
  • Shift into high gear
  • Side boob ( the side of a female breast revealed by skimpy clothing )
  • Skirt chaser
  • Smarty pants
  • Sock it to me ( A catchphrase from Rowan and Martin's Laugh In )
  • Sock puppet marketing
  • Source material
  • Stuffed shirt
  • Suit up
  • Suit you, sir ( A catchphrase from The Fast Show )
  • Suit yourself
  • Sunday best
  • Take it up a gear
  • Take the shirt off your back
  • Take the veil
  • Take your hat off to
  • Talk through your hat
  • The Armpit Of New Jersey ( Nickname of Newark New Jersey )
  • The Bible Belt
  • The Foreigner State ( Nickname of the US state of New Jersey )
  • The Garden State ( Nickname of the US state of New Jersey )
  • The Graveyard Of The Atlantic ( Nickname of Cape Hatteras North Carolina )
  • The Hat ( Nickname of Harry Walker )
  • The Jersey Lily ( Nickname of Lillie Langtry )
  • The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe
  • The Man Who Mistook His Wife For A Hat And Other Clinical Tales ( Oliver Sacks book )
  • The Man in the Iron Mask
  • The Rag Trade ( BBC comedy television series )
  • The Sweater Girl ( Nickname of Lana Turner )
  • The United Colors of Benetton ( Benetton advertising slogan )
  • The best seat in the house ( Jockey Shorts advertising slogan )
  • The bull in the bowler hat ( jokey term for artificial insemination )
  • The cat's pyjamas
  • The emperor's new clothes
  • The future's so bright, I gotta wear shades ( song by Timbuk 3 )
  • The gloves are off
  • The overall scheme of things
  • The shoe's on the other foot
  • There was an old woman who lived in a shoe ( line from nursery rhyme )
  • Throw your hat into the ring
  • Tie a Yellow Ribbon Round the Ole Oak Tree ( Dawn with Tony Orlando song )
  • Tie one on
  • Tie the knot
  • Tie up the loose ends
  • Tie yourself in knots
  • Tighten your belt
  • Tinfoil hat
  • Tipped into a cocked hat
  • Titfer ( Cockney rhyming slang for hat )
  • To cap it all
  • Togged out
  • Top Hat ( Fred Astaire / Ginger Rogers movie )
  • Top gear
  • Town and gown
  • Training bra
  • Training pants
  • Triumph has the bra for the way you are ( Triumph Lingerie advertising slogan )
  • Turn coat
  • Tuxedo Junction ( Glenn Miller song )
  • Under your belt
  • Underneath Your Clothes ( Shakira song )
  • Up and down like a bride's nightie
  • Waiting for the other shoe to drop
  • Wardrobe malfunction ( when an item of clothing slips out of place to expose part of the body - typically a woman's breast )
  • Wardrobe mistress ( a person in charge of the costumes of a theatrical company )
  • Wave the bloody shirt
  • Wear the pine overcoat
  • Wear the trousers
  • Wear your apron high
  • Wear your heart on your sleeve
  • Wear yourself out
  • Weasel and Stoat ( Cockney rhyming slang for coat )
  • Weave your own sandals
  • What a tangled web we weave when first we practice to deceive
  • What do I wear in bed? Why, Chanel No. 5, of course ( Marilyn Monroe quotation )
  • What the well-dressed man is wearing this year ( Jockey Shorts advertising slogan )
  • When I am an old woman I shall wear purple ( from a poem by Joseph )
  • When your shoes shine, so do you ( Kiwi Shoe Polish advertising slogan )
  • Whistle and flute ( Cockney rhyming slang for suit )
  • Witches knickers
  • Wolf in sheep's clothing ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Worse for wear
  • You Wear It Well ( Rod Stewart song )
  • Zoot suit

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