Your SlideShare is downloading. ×
Sleeves, skirts, pants
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5

Thanks for flagging this SlideShare!

Oops! An error has occurred.

Saving this for later? Get the SlideShare app to save on your phone or tablet. Read anywhere, anytime – even offline.
Text the download link to your phone
Standard text messaging rates apply

Sleeves, skirts, pants


Published on

Terminology 3 lecture

Terminology 3 lecture

Published in: Education, Lifestyle, Business
  • Be the first to comment

No Downloads
Total Views
On Slideshare
From Embeds
Number of Embeds
Embeds 0
No embeds

Report content
Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

No notes for slide
  • Cuff: An extra layer of fabric at the lower edge of the sleeve of a garment covering the arms.
  • Transcript

    • 1. Terminology 3 Sleeves, Skirts, & Pants
    • 2. Sleeve
      • The part of an item of clothing that covers the arm
        • As part of the main garment pieces: All-in-one sleeve
        • Cut separately and set into the armhole of the garment: Set-in sleeve
        • The seam extends from the neck to the underarm : Raglan sleeve
    • 3. Set-in sleeves
      • Dropped/Dropped shoulder : Shoulder of garment extended over upper arm
      • Bell : Sleeve made narrow at the top, set into normal armhole, and flaring at lower edge like a bell
    • 4. Set-in sleeves (cont’d)
      • Trumpet : Fit into natural armhole, falling straight to elbow where it flares in the shape of a trumpet
      Juliet : Long sleeve with short puffed top, fitted on lower arm.
    • 5. Set-in sleeves (Cont’d)
      • Shirt : Tailored wrist-length sleeve. A band or cuff at the wrist
      Puff : Short sleeve gathered, either at the armhole or at the cuff band or both
    • 6. Bishop : Full sleeve set into normal armhole and gathered into band at wrist Leg-of-mutton : Sleeve with full top gathered or pleated into armhole and tapered to wrist where it looks like a regular sleeve Set-in sleeves (Cont’d)
    • 7. Cuffs
      • Definition
        • Band
        • French vs. Single
        • Roll-up
    • 8. Cuffs
      • Band : Simplest type of cuff made from a separate piece of fabric. Usually elastic or a woven strip large enough to slip your hand through
      • Shirt cuff : Two small pleats set into a cuff. Has a placket opening. Cuff overlaps with snaps or buttons. The number of buttons can vary
    • 9.
      • French : The cuff has gathers or pleats at the wrist and folds back onto itself
      • Single : Contrast to a French cuff, no section doubled back on itself
      Cuffs (Cont’d)
    • 10. Cuffs (Cont’d)
      • Roll-up : extension of the sleeve that is folded over several times to form a cuff
      • Turn-back : Turned-back extension of the sleeve. Sleeve is cut longer and a section is turned up to form a cuff
    • 11. All-in-one sleeves
      • Dolman : Fitted at wrist but cut with deep armhole.
      Kimono : Shoulder of garment extended over upper arm
    • 12. All-in-one sleeves (Cont’d)
      • Cap : Small extension cut on the front and back sections of a blouse that covers the shoulder
    • 13. Raglan Sleeves
      • Raglan : A sleeve in which the seam extends from the neck to the underarm
      Saddle : Form a saddle over the shoulder. Raglan variation.
    • 14.
      • A-line : Slightly flared
      • Pencil : knee-length skirt shape, close fitting from hip to hem.
      Skirts - Basic
    • 15.
      • Wrap : Open from waist to hem. Wraps around the body .
      Skirts - Basic (Cont’d)
      • Peg-top : Full at the waistline with darts, gathers, or small unpressed pleats, becoming very narrow at hem.
    • 16. Skirts - full skirts
      • Gathered : Fabric gathered at the top, and attached to a waist band or bodice of dress
      • Flared : fitted at the waist, fuller at the hem.
    • 17. Skirts - full skirts (Cont’d)
      • Bubble : Ballooning out and tapered in at hem.
      • Gored : Fits through the waistline and flared at the hem. Made of from 4 to 24 shaped sections
    • 18. Skirts -full skirts(Cont’d)
      • Circular : butting a semicircle out of a piece of fabric folded lengthwise
      • Godet : a triangular piece of fabric inserted upward from the hem of the skirt to give more fullness
    • 19. Skirts - full skirts (Cont’d)
      • Handkerchief : Hemline cut to fall in points as if made of handkerchiefs.
      • Tiered : Straight-lined skirt with a series of flounces.
    • 20.  
    • 21. Pants
      • Chino : Washable sport pants made with a durable close-woven cotton
    • 22. Pants (Cont’d)
      • Culottes : Pants of any length cut to look like a skirt
      • Gaucho : Wide calf-length women’s pants
    • 23. Pants
      • Flares : Pants with slight flare at hem
      • Boot-cut : cut wide enough so that pants can be pulled on over western boots
    • 24.
      • Hipsters/Hip-huggers : Low-slung pants of any style starting below the normal waistline, usually with belt resting on hip bones.
      Pants (Cont’d)
    • 25. Pants (Cont’d)
      • Capri : Tight-fitting three-quarter-length pants, with short slit on outside of leg.
      • Overalls : Pants with a bib top and suspender straps over the shoulders that cross in back.
    • 26. Pants (Cont’d)
      • Cargo : Any pants with cargo pockets
      • Carpenter : Front/back pockets + loops and pockets for tools
    • 27. Pocket
      • Bellows : Outside pocket made with center box or inverted pleat that expands when pocket is used
      • Cargo : Large patch pocket used on shorts and pants. Curved top of pocket extends to waist and forms a loop through which belt is pulled.
    • 28. Pocket (Cont’d)
      • Welt : An inset pocket with the lower lip finished by an upstanding welt.
      • Kangaroo : Extra-large pocket placed on center front of garment