The puff is the bulgy part of an item of clothing.
The bib is a garment consisting of trousers with bib comfortable supported by two straps that cross on the back to hook on the back of one's trousers.
The Saharan Africa is a sportstyle in long, khaki, with shoulder pads and chest pockets applied on waist belt.
The safari style is a sportswear style, made with cotton khaki.
The bag is a soft bag, limp and large worn over the shoulder.
The term retro refers to a boss or a style of clothing inspired by the past.
The rivet is a metal accessory, composed of two parts pressed together, used as reinforcement in bluejeans, applied especially to the sides of the pockets.
The lapel describes the hem of the pants when the fabric is folded back on itself to the outside and then stop at the sides with a concealed location.
The embroidery is a decoration made with needle and thread, hand or mechanically, creating many different designs.
Resinato is made of waterproof fabric by a special treatment that uses the resin.
Shaved is a fur which the hair is trimmed and then made shorter. The shaven is also a point knitting.
The raglan sleeve is a type of long or short hanging sleeves.
The poncho is a large rectangle or square woolen fabric with a central hole, worn to ward off the cold.
The polo shirt is a t-shirt in wool or cotton with shirt collar, closed by three buttons on the front, with short or long sleeves.
Also called Polacchina or Polish. An ankle boot made of leather, closed at the front with laces or strings.
The clutch is a small handkerchief, usually made of silk, folded into a triangle and tucked in the breast pocket of the jacket.
Planstron is a term derived from Italian plastron.
The duvet is an item of sports clothing, for male and female, stuffed with various materials (goose).
The term refers to the Persian lamb "fur karakul all'astrakan", very similar but more thick and curly.
The pennyloafer is a moccasin with external stitching, in which it was originally inserted through a penny.