resembles a French braid but divides the hair into 2 sections instead of 3
hairstyle in which all the hair is gathered into one large braid down the back of the head, starting from the forehead
the reverse of a French braid
a hairstyle in which the hair is drawn back and tied at the back of the head
a hairstyle used for "lazy days" but now used for "I think I'm cute days"
a lock of hair having a spiral or inwardly curved form
a garment not covering the shoulders
a garment fastened with laces
a close-fitting one piece stretch garment
t-shirt with a printed design on them
a garment or undergarment for the upper body, cut short so it reveals the stomach
a close-fitting sleeveless top
a loose, upper garment resembling a shirt, typically with a collar, buttons, and sleeves
a kind of soft-woven fabric, typically made of wool or cotton, and slightly milled and raised
a strap by which the bodice of a sleeveless dress or top is fastened or held behind at the neck, leaving the shoulders and back bare
a short jacket similar to a flight jacket, but with a thick lining typically of sheepskin
a loose, heavy shirt, typically made of cotton, worn when exercising or as leisurewear
a wind-resistant with a close fitting neck, waistband, and cuffs
a knitted sweater fastening down the front, typically with long sleeves
a hooded sweatshirt or jacket
hard-wearing trousers made from denim or other cotton fabric, for informal wear
a garment fastened around the waist and hanging down around the legs
tight-fitting stretch pants
short pants whose hemline is above the high thigh
loose, warm trousers with an elasticized or drawstring waist, worn when exercising or as leisurewear
a light shoe with either an openwork upper or straps attaching the sole of the foot
a light sandal, typically of plastic or rubber, with a thong between the big and second toe
footwear that raises the heel of the wearer's foot significantly higher than the toes
a soft shoe with a rubber sole worn for sports or casual occasions

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