In England they call a shirtwaist a shirtwaister. From Wordnet, Princeton University.
Wearing makeup and her new shirtwaister dress, she drove to the castle. From Wordnik.com. [Death of a Scriptwriter]
It was a conventional shirtwaister but of soft silk, with a swirling pattern of peacock greens, golds and blue. From Wordnik.com. [Death of a Scriptwriter]
Today she is wearing a black shirtwaister from Rag & Bone, a sparkly cardigan from The Cross, pale grey tights and lace-up shoes from Kurt Geiger. From Wordnik.com. [Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph] Reference
Another favourite, a shirtwaister with colourful beading on the collar, suddenly looked terribly school marmy - and, well, a rather unflattering shade of mud. From Wordnik.com. [Home | Mail Online] Reference
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