The collar is the flap on the collar of his jacket, coat or overcoat.
The battle jacket is a racket sport coat for males.
Scuff is a cotton tape that you put on the inside rim of the pants.
Batik is a special printing technique born in southern India.
The barbour jacket is a sporty, masculine and feminine, waterproofed cotton.
Band is a strip of fabric applied on a dress or any other item of clothing.
Baggy pants are very wide, from the crotch down, worn by young people.
The wand is a plastic strip and more rarely of brass.
The expression BCDG (BON TON GENRE) indicates a style of clothing bourgeois.
The word "dapper" refers to those who dress with extreme care and excessive refinement so as to appear ridiculous.
The curl is a ripple of a fabric or of a detail of a dress, an accessory, etc..
An application is a decorative element.
Aplomb means a perfect line that gives a flawless fit to an item of clothing.
The anorak is a sealskin coat typical of the Eskimos, with hood, that slips from his head.
Androgynous means a mode of dressing that is ambiguous, between the masculine and feminine.
Laced strings is a type of lacing in which a series of small holes are made to pass a ribbon to a lanyard.
The lacing with buttons is a type of closure of an item of clothing obtained by means of buttons.
The zipper is a type of closure of an item of clothing obtained by means of a hinge.
The laced knot is a closure of a garment or part of it, obtained by knotting the two ends.