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Dress shirt: Quiz

  
  

Question 1: For informal- or formalwear, a coat and tie (or ________) are compulsory.
Black tieSuit (clothing)Academic dressBow tie

Question 2: The front opening is fastened using ________ or studs, and the cuffs close with buttons or cuff links.
ButtonholeButtonSnap fastenerVelcro

Question 3: To give extra fullness to the back, there are often ________ where the back panel joins to the yoke.
ButtonZipperButtonholePleat

Question 4: Introduced by ________ in 1896, they were patterned after the shirts of polo players and were used exclusively on sports shirts until the 1950s in America.
United StatesBrooks BrothersUlysses S. GrantBarack Obama

Question 5: There are formal day shirts for wearing with ________, and the white dress shirts used as eveningwear.
Suit (clothing)Black tieMorning dressWhite tie

Question 6: The natural fibers used in the past were ________, the most frequent, linen, the oldest, ramie, wool or silk.
NylonCottonRayonSpandex

Question 7: Dress shirts are normally made from woven ________, and are often accompanied by a jacket and tie, for example with a suit or formalwear, but the shirts are also worn more casually without.
Textile printingSilkWeavingTextile

Question 8: An evening shirt, for wear with eveningwear, for example as part of black or ________ has some unique features.
Morning dressFormal wearWhite tieSuit (clothing)

Question 9: ________ offers more leeway.
Suit (clothing)Black tieWhite tieMorning dress

Question 10: A dress shirt (in ________), or simply shirt (also button-front or button-down shirt) is a shirt with a collar, a full-length opening at the front from the collar to the hem, and sleeves with cuffs.
AlaskaUnited StatesEnglish languageAmerican English
















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