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D-Ring refers to a metal loop with a distinctive letter "D" shape that is often paired to provide a pull-through closure f

Dagging refers to the decorative edging which originated in Germany. The material was cut or serrated in a number of differ

Dalmatic refers to a long, wide robe with flaring sleeves, that was often made from white Dalmatian wool. It is still sometimes worn by Church dignitaries.

Dalmatica refers to a wide-sleeved, tunic-like vestment, open at the sides which is worn by deacons and bishops. Dalmatica was originally worn by Roman noblemen from the 2nd century o

Dandy refers to the men from the 19th century who used to be well-groomed and fashion conscious. Dandy is equated to elegan

Dangling Chain Necklace refers to a type of necklace which made of silver, stainless steel, gold, or other substances which is hanging long around the neck about 18 to 24 inches of c

Danish Design Centre refers to a center which was
was established in 1978 by the Danish Design Council which aim is to strengthen the Danish industry's competitiveness through design inves

Dashiki refers to a colorful garment worn by men in West Africa. The formal and informal styles range from Tailored suits to simply-draped . Traditional female attire is called a wra