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Question Ready-to-wear

In Spanish, I would use (the Gallicism) prêt-à-porter.
Does anyone have a better idea? (I.e., another Spanish term in use?)
The English refers of course to,
1. clothing made in standard sizes; ready-made clothing.
And as an adjective,
2. pertaining to or dealing in such clothing: the ready-to-wear business; a ready-to-wear shop.
(As opposed to made-to-measure, made-to-order.) (In Spanish "a la medida" or "hecho a medida".
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