White under a white surgical gown.
gloves, surgical mask, goggles
If they are performing surgery, then they would wear a surgical gown. In their own office, probably they wear a suit or dress. At home they likely wear whatever they want.
Johnnies, if referring to "condoms" is translated as "Kondome", "Pariser" (slang) or "Verhüterli" (slang) Johnnies, if referring to "a surgical gown worn by a patient during an operation " is translated as "ein Totenhemd" (slang) direct translation is "burial gown" but there is no accounting for the sense of humour that some people have.
You can go to clothing stores and bridal gown stores in you area. Most store will let you try on the gown and the gowns can also be tailored to fit you perfectly.
YES! Of course, ball gown is one of most classic silhouette of wedding dress. Many brides choose ball gown as their bridal gown.
The Gown was created in 1955.
She was dressed in a ball gown.
The singular possessive form for the gown of the bride is the bride's gown.
There is not enough information to provide a meaningful interpretation. The "parent" might be the father or mother, and a "gown" could be a wedding gown, hospital gown, graduation gown, nightgown, evening gown, etc. Seeing one's father in an evening gown would mean something very different from seeing one's mother in the same dress, and a hospital gown would be very different from a graduation gown.
street known to have a woman in a white gown walking around the area