Fashion Styles Notes Name: Fashion Vocabulary: Fashion: Style
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Classic : Examples of Classic Clothing : Fads
Dresses (No Waistline): Dresses (With Waistline)
Coats and Jackets
: Characteristics that distinguish one particular item of clothing from another
: necklines, sleeve type,
, collar, etc.
Examples of Classic Clothing
Examples of fads
: French expression meaning “ahead of fashion”, daring
: Accepted by main stream; variations available
, people tire of it (may be on sale)
: Basic styles stay the same, while details change according to the times, such as today’s shorter skirts compared to the 1950’s.
High and round with a knit band; named
for shirts worn by rowers
Resembles a flat BOAT (in French it is “Bateau”)
Like on a man’s SHIRT; it has a band and collar in two pieces and may button down.
Peter Pan Collar:
Sailor or Middy:
From China, where Mandarin is a common language
Three Quarters: comes to mid-forearm so it is three quarters the length of arm
Raglan: the front and back have a diagonal seam that goes from the neckline to the underarm.
French Cuff: the cuff turns back on itself and is held in place with buttons or links
Peasant: a deep armhole and full sleeve with a
cuff or elastic at the wrists
Hawaiian: made from floral prints and bright colors; worn in Hawaii
Tuxedo: like the pleated shirt worn under a tuxedo
knit with long sleeves
, a few buttons and ¾ or longer sleeves
Straight: they go straight from the knee to the hem, like straight cut jeans
Palazzo/Full: long, wide,
flowing likes like a skirt
Bermuda Shorts: long shorts almost to the knee
Pleated: Knife pleats (small); single pleat (one pleat in the front); box pleat (several large pleats at the top)
Dirndl: Gathered at the waist but fairly straight (good to hide tummy)
Circular: fitted at the waist, but very full (almost a circle) at the bottom- like a poodle skirt.
Dresses (No Waistline): Dresses (With Waistline):
Shift/Chemise: looser fitting,
straight and tubular
Shirtwaist: like a shirt on time, skirt on the bottom, and a normal waist
Waistline near the hips
; if it bubbles over it is called a “blouson”
Has seams (actually long darts) that go from bust to hemline and make the dress close-fitting; they make you look tall and slim.
Coats and Jackets:
Blazer: The traditional jacket, like a man’s sport coat.
Bomber/Varsity: Like a high school letter jacket, named for bomber’s
pilots leather jackets
Fitted: Has darts that make it fit close to the body.
Cardigan: A collarless jacket or sweater that is boxy and buttons down the front
Trench: An all-purpose coat that can be either a raincoat or a winter coat. Usually double breasted and belted.
Cape: More fitted than a poncho and has some sort of slits or cuts for your hands.
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