Sportswear is an outfit used for sports.
The broken is a male dress with jacket in a different color pants.
The spencer is a jacket with lapels, short, just touching the waist.
The shot is the front of a male's evening shirt, made rigid dall'appretto or worked in small folds.
The topcoat is a coat for males and females, packed with lightweight fabric, suitable for mid-season.
An article of clothing the "bellows" is closed, folds the ends to give amplitude in the middle.
Sneakers are shoes in canvas and rubber, but also in skin designs for sports use.
The smoking jacket is a jacket in Italian "tuxedo" but does not match the tuxedo jacket of the British.
Synonymous with tuxedo and dinner racket.
A sleeveless garment is a garment without sleeves.
The slacks are men's trousers from the leg, very wide, long and straight. Fashion style between the '20s and '30s.
An unlined garment is a garment that has no lining.
The mesh seraphim is a unisex t-shirt in cotton or wool.
The term slipped refers especially to a woman's dress to describe the soft line that caresses the body.
The scarf is a long strip of cloth or mesh that is worn around the neck.
Is synonymous with figure-hugging flared.
The term indicates the shawl neck, typical of an elegant gown, or tuxedo jacket, which draws a curved line along its entire length.
The boot is a sturdy shoe and quite sports high.
A shoe buttoned is a shoe closed by buttons.
Armhole is synonymous with hollow sleeve and indicates a hairline cut of the sleeve, which gives much fit.