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Suit (clothing): Quiz


Question 1: As an alternative to trousers, ________ (or knickers in variations of English where this does not refer to underwear) may be worn with informal suits, such as tweed.

Question 2: ________, in which the garment is custom-made from a pattern created entirely from the customer's measurements, giving the best fit and free choice of fabric;
FirearmClothingHaute coutureBespoke

Question 3: Because wearing a suit conveys a respectable image, many people dress in suits during the ________ process.
EmploymentRecruiterJob interviewBackground check

Question 4: The (dress) shirt is ironed, neatly tucked into its wearer's trousers, and otherwise worn according to the etiquette described in the article ________.
Suit (clothing)Black tieDress shirtNecktie

Question 5: The custom that a man's coat should button "left side over right", anecdotally originates in the use of the ________, where such cut avoided catching the top of the weapon in the opening of the cloth (since the sword was usually drawn right-handed).
Martial artsFencingHistorical European martial artsSword

Question 6: Suits also come with different numbers of pieces: a two-piece suit has a jacket and the trousers; a three piece adds a ________; further pieces might include a matching flat cap.
CorsetFormal wearSuit (clothing)Waistcoat

Question 7: [40] The style of an interview suit, however, will depend on the ________ of the industry in which a person seeks employment.
Organizational cultureOrganizational structureBureaucracyManagement

Question 8: Lounge suits are the most common style of Western suit, originating in ________ as country wear.
EnglandWalesScotlandUnited Kingdom

Question 9: For instance, ________ traditionally take no vents.)
Suit (clothing)Black tieWhite tieMorning dress

Question 10: Suit jackets in all styles typically have three or four ________ on each cuff, which are often purely decorative (the sleeve is sewn closed and cannot be unbuttoned to open).
ButtonholeSnap fastenerButtonVelcro


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