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  • Jeans are a style of pants Straight, A-line and circular are styles of skirt Set-in, raglan and kimono are styles of sleeves


  • 1. Fashion Styles Chapter 6 Ms. Collishaw
  • 2. Fashion vs. Style
    • Fashion
    • The particular style that is popular at a given time
    • Style
    • the characteristics that distinguish one particular item of clothing from another
    Yoga pants Jeans
  • 3. Set-in Sleeves Straight Skirt Circular Skirt Raglan Sleeves
  • 4. Classic vs. Fad
    • Classic
    • Simpler, less innovative styles
    • long time
    • Fad
    • Very popular style
    • short time
  • 5. Avant-Garde vs. Retro
    • Avant-Garde
    • Ahead of fashion (French). Styles that are daring, unconventional
    • Retro
    • Styles come back from an earlier time – may be new garments or genuinely old.
    Avant-Garde Retro
  • 6. Men’s Unbifurcated Garments
    • A seriously retro style movement
      • From togas to caftans to kilts
    Utilikilts a Seattle-based company
  • 7. The Fashion Cycle
  • 8. Fashion Swings
    • Basic styles are the same
      • details and accessories change quickly
    Skinny ties of 1960s (The Kinks) The short fat tie of 1940s Mini-skirts of 1960s Maxi skirts of 1970s Swings to Swings to
  • 9. Collars and Lapels
    • Collars
    • sewn onto the garment
    • Lapels
    • the front part of a shirt or jacket that is folded back
    • Some collars are joined to a lapel
  • 10. Style Names Where do they come from?
    • Crew neck
    • Cowl neck
    • Sweetheart neckline
  • 11.
    • Trench Coat
    The Chesterfield Coat The Trench Coat
  • 12. Bermuda Shorts Cardigan
  • 13.
    • Polo Shirt Origins
    The Origins of the Tank Top