prêt-à-por·ter | \ ˌpret-ä-pȯr-ˈtā\
: ready-to-wear clothes
First Known Use: 1959
French, ready to wear
When we’re struggling at work, we don’t need scattershot, prêt-à-porter platitudes. We need specific advice, encouragement or offers of help from people who know our situation, strengths and needs.