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    • ELEMENT OF FASHION IN APPAREL
    • WHAT IS THE ELEMENT OF FASHION?
    • CAMP SHIRT Camp shirt – a loose, straight-cut, short sleeved shirt or blouse with a simple placket front-opening and a "camp collar."
    • SHIRT
    • • Dress shirt – shirt with a formal (somewhat stiff) collar, a full- length opening at the front from the collar to the hem (usually buttoned), and sleeves with cuffs DRESS SHIRTS
    • DINNER SHIRT Dinner shirt – a shirt specifically made to be worn with male evening wear, e.g. a black tie or white tie.
    • Guayabera – an embroidered dress shirt with four pockets. The Guayabera is a men's shirt popular in Cuba, Mexico, Central America, the Caribbean, Southeast Asia, and throughout Africa. It is also known as a "Wedding Shirt. GUAYABERA SHIRT
    • • The guayabera shirt is distinguished by several details: either two or four patch pockets and two vertical rows of alforzas (fine, tiny pleats, usually 10, sewn closely together) running along the front and back of the shirt. The pockets are separately detailed with identical, properly aligned alforzas. • The top of each pocket is usually adorned with a matching shirt button, as are the bottoms of the alforzas pleats. • Vertical rows of adjusting buttons are often seen, one on each side, at the bottom hem. While most versions of the design have no placket covering the buttons, a few newer designs do. • The bottom of many shirts has slits on either side, and these include adjusting buttons. The bottom has a straight hem, thus it is not tucked into the trousers.[ GUAYABERA SHIRT
    • • Poet shirt – a loose-fitting shirt or blouse with full bishop sleeves, usually with large frills on the front and on the cuffs. POET SHIRT
    • KURTA The word "kurta" is a borrowing from Hindustani,and originally from Persian (literally, "a collarless shirt") and was first used in English in the 20th century. Kurta is a piece of clothing worn by males, it is usually worn for fashion, tradition and culture.
    • POET SHIRT Although descended from the shirts worn by men in the 17th and 18th centuries, the modern poet blouse combines two aspects: the fineness of ruffled shirts worn as an undergarment by aristocrats and the informality of plain shirts worn (normally open-necked) as a standalone garment by workmen
    • • A tailored version of the poet shirt became highly fashionable for young men during the 1960s, particularly in London • A ruffled poet shirt, often worn with a wide belt or other item of clothing traditionally associated with pirates, has been the central theme of a spate of fashion trends stimulated by the Pirates of the Caribbean series of adventure films POET SHIRT
    • •T-shirt – also "tee shirt", a casual shirt without a collar or buttons, made of a stretchy, finely knit fabric, usually cotton, and usually short- sleeved. Originally worn under other shirts, it is now a common shirt for everyday wear in some countries. T-SHIRT
    • •A T-Shirt's defining characteristic is the T shape made with the body and sleeves. It is normally associated with short sleeves, a round neck line, and no collar. T-SHIRT
    • • Long-sleeved T-shirt – a t- shirt with long sleeves that extend to cover the arms. LONG-SLEEVED T-SHIRT-RAGLAN
    • LONG-SLEEVEDT-SHIRT- RAGLAN
    • LONG-SLEEVED T-SHIRT-DOCTOR SLEEVE
    • LONG-SLEEVED T-SHIRT-IN AUTO STRIPE
    • LONG-SLEEVED T-SHIRT-FOOTBALL JERSEY
    • WOMEN TOP CATEGORIES
    • VEST
    • VEST
    • Sleeveless shirt – a shirt manufactured without sleeves, or one whose sleeves have been cut off SLEEVELESS SHIRT
    • SLEEVELESS SHIRT • Sleeveless shirts are worn by either sex, depending on the style.
    • SLEEVELESS SHIRT • They are often used as undershirts by males, and are often worn by athletes in sports such as track and field and triathlon, and are regarded as acceptable public casual dress in most warm weather locales.
    • HALF SLEEVE T SHIRT
    • DRESS A dress (also known as a frock or a gown) is a garment consisting of a skirt with an attached bodice (or a matching bodice giving the effect of a one-piece garment).
    • MAXIDRESS
    • DRESS
    • In Western culture, dresses are usually considered to be items of women's and girls' apparel. DRESS
    • DRESS The hemlines of dresses vary depending on the whims of fashion and the modesty or personal taste of the wearer
    • MIDI LENGTH DRESS
    • BOMBER JACKET The bomber jacket (also known as MA-2 flight jacket or CWU-45 flight jacket) is a version of the MA-1 bomber jacket that was originally designed for the U.S. military during the 1950s. Prior to the invention of jet aircraft, fleece- lined leather jackets were issued to flight personnel. However, the new jets could fly at much higher altitudes and in much colder temperatures than propeller aircraft.
    • BOMBER JACKET If the heavy, bulky leather jackets became wet from rain (when the pilot walked to his aircraft) or from perspiration, the water would freeze at high altitudes, making the jackets cold and uncomfortable. Also, the new jets were more streamlined in design. Cockpits were cramped and filled with new equipment. Speedy, unimpeded access to and exit from cockpits became even more critical for safety. Rather than bulky leather, a sleek, lightweight yet warm jacket was needed for the new jet technology.
    • TUNIC TOP •primitive shirt, distinguished by two-piece construction. Initially a men's garment, is normally seen in modern times being worn by women
    • TUNIC TOP
    • TUNICTOP
    • DRESS
    • What's the difference between spaghetti top, tank top and camisole? A spaghetti strap top has very thin straps--just like the noodle! Example: http://www.gojane.com/18536.html A tank top has thicker straps. Example: http://www.gojane.com/18740.html A camisole is generally more lingerie-like and is used as a top to go under a cardigan, dress suit, etc. Example: http://www.gojane.com/11905.html
    • CAMISOLE • A camisole is a sleeveless shirt for women, normally extending to the waist. They often have spaghetti straps. • Originally worn as an undershirt, like the A-shirt they have become increasingly used as warm-weather outerwear. • The camisole is usually made of satin, nylon, or cotton
    • SPAGHETTI A spaghetti strap (also called noodle strap) is a very thin shoulder strap used in clothing, such as camisoles, crop tops, cocktail dresses, and evening gowns, so-named for its resemblance to the thin pasta strings called spaghetti.
    • SPAGHETTI A spaghetti strap (also called noodle strap) is a very thin shoulder strap used in clothing, such as camisoles, crop tops, cocktail dresses, and evening gowns, so-named for its resemblance to the thin pasta strings called spaghetti.
    • SPAGHETTI A spaghetti strap (also called noodle strap) is a very thin shoulder strap used in clothing, such as camisoles, crop tops, cocktail dresses, and evening gowns, so-named for its resemblance to the thin pasta strings called spaghetti.
    • TANK TOP Tank top: like a T-shirt with sleeves cut off. Not spaghetti straps, but thicker straps.
    • BLOUSE A blouse is a loose-fitting upper garment that was formerly worn by workmen, peasants, artists, women and children. It is typically gathered at the waist (by a waistband or belt) so that it hangs loosely ("blouses") over the wearer's body.
    • BLOUSE Today, the word most commonly refers to a woman's shirt but can also refer to a man's shirt if it is a loose-fitting style (e.g. poet shirts and Cossack shirts). Traditionally, the term has been used to refer to a shirt which blouses out or has an unmistakably feminine appearance.
    • BOW TIE BLOUSE
    • BLOUSE
    • BLOUSE
    • BOW TIE BLOUSE
    • CARDIGAN A cardigan is a type of knitted garment that has an open front. Often, cardigans can be buttoned, but never tied as that would be a robe. By contrast, a pullover does not open in front but must be "pulled over" the head to be worn. It may be machine- or hand-knitted.
    • CARDIGAN A cardigan is a type of knitted garment that has an open front. Often, cardigans can be buttoned, but never tied as that would be a robe. By contrast, a pullover does not open in front but must be "pulled over" the head to be worn. It may be machine- or hand-knitted.
    • CORSET A corset is a garment worn to hold and shape the torso into a desired shape for aesthetic or medical purposes (either for the duration of wearing this item, or with a more lasting effect). Both men and women are known to wear corsets, though women are more common wearers.
    • CORSET In recent years, the term "corset" has also been borrowed by the fashion industry to refer to tops which, to varying degrees, mimic the look of traditional corsets without actually acting as one. While these modern corsets and corset tops often feature lacing or boning and generally mimic a historical style of corsets, they have very little if any effect on the shape of the wearer's body. Genuine corsets are usually made by a corset maker and should be fitted to the individual wearer.
    • FLEECE Fleece is a general term for a soft fabric (often with a deep pile), and may refer to: A fleece, a woollen coat of a domestic sheep or long-haired goat, especially after having been sheared (but before being processed into yarn or thread). Polar fleece and related modern synthetic materials used to make cool-weather clothing Horticultural fleece, used to protect plants from low temperatures or insect pests The Golden Fleece of Greek mythology
    • FLEECE Polar fleece and related modern synthetic materials used to make cool-weather clothing Polar fleece, usually referred to simply as "fleece," is a soft napped insulating synthetic fabric made from Polyethylene terephthalate (PET) or other synthetic fibers. Other names for this fabric are "Polar Wool," "Vega Wool," or "Velo Wool.
    • FLEECE Horticultural fleece, used to protect plants from low temperatures or insect pests Horticultural fleece is a thin, unwoven, polypropylene fabric that is used as a floating mulch to protect both early and late crops and other delicate plants from cold weather and frost, as well as insect pests during the normal growing season. It admits light, air and rain but creates a microclimate around the developing plants, allowing them to grow faster than unprotected crops.
    • HOODIE A hoodie (also called a hooded sweatshirt or hoody) is a sweatshirt with a hood. They often include a muff sewn onto the lower front, a hood, and (usually) a drawstring to adjust the hood opening, and may have a vertical zipper down the center similar to a windbreaker style jacket.
    • SWEAT SHIRT A hoodie (also called a hooded sweatshirt or hoody) is a sweatshirt with a hood. They often include a muff sewn onto the lower front, a hood, and (usually) a drawstring to adjust the hood opening, and may have a vertical zipper down the center similar to a windbreaker style jacket.
    • SWEAT JACKET A hoodie (also called a hooded sweatshirt or hoody) is a sweatshirt with a hood. They often include a muff sewn onto the lower front, a hood, and (usually) a drawstring to adjust the hood opening, and may have a vertical zipper down the center similar to a windbreaker style jacket.
    • JUMPER A jumper (in American English), pinafore dress or pinafore (British English) is a sleeveless, collarless dress intended to be worn over a blouse, shirt or sweater. In British English, the term jumper describes what is called a sweater in American English.
    • JUMPER Also, in more formal British usage, a distinction is made between a pinafore dress and a pinafore. The latter, though a related garment, has an open back and is worn as an apron. In American English, a pinafore always refers to an apron.
    • PINAFORE A pinafore is a sleeveless garment worn as an apron. Pinafores may be worn by girls as a decorative garment and by both girls and women as a protective apron. A related term is pinafore dress, which is British English for what in American English is known as a jumper dress, i.e. a sleeveless dress intended to be worn over a top or blouse.
    • PINAFORE A key difference between a pinafore and a jumper dress is that the pinafore is open in the back. The name reflects that the pinafore was formerly pinned (pin) to the front (afore) of a dress. The pinafore had no buttons, was simply "pinned on the front" which led to the term "pinafore."
    • KURTI As the Thawb is encouraged to be worn in Saudi Arabia, Pakistani and Indian expatriates rather prefer to wear the Kurta as a close and same version to the Arab clothing. A kurta worn by females is called a kurti. The kurta is variously known as an angarkha in Gujarat and Rajasthan and a Panjabi in Bengal, Bangladesh and Assam
    • POLO SHIRT A polo shirt, also known as a golf shirt and tennis shirt, is a form of shirt with a collar, a placket with typically two or three buttons, and an optional pocket.
    • POLO SHIRT Polo shirts are usually made of knitted cloth (rather than woven cloth), usually piqué cotton or, less commonly, silk, merino wool, or synthetic fibers. A dress-length version of the shirt is called a polo dress
    • COAT
    • CAPE
    • PONCHO
    • PONCHO
    • TRENCHCOAT
    • RUGBY SHIRT A rugby shirt, often referred to as a rugby jersey, is a shirt worn by players of rugby union or rugby league. It usually has short sleeves, though long sleeves are common as well. Rugby shirts have a buttoned opening at the top, in a similar style to polo shirts but with a stiffer collar.
    • HENLEY SHIRT •Henley shirt – a collarless polo shirt
    • •baseball shirt (jersey) — usually distinguished by a three quarters sleeve, team insignia, and flat waistseam BASEBALL SHIRT
    • SHIRTWAIST A popular fashion item 19th and early 20th centuries, the shirtwaist blouse was regarded as the model shirt for the independent, working woman. A button-down blouse, the functional shirtwaist was valued for its ready-to-wear, workplace appeal and its simple design, originally modeled on menswear shirts.
    • NIGHTSHIRT Nightshirt – often oversized, ruined or inexpensive light cloth undergarmen t shirt
    • HALTER TOP •Halter top – a shoulderless, sleeveless garment for women. It is mechanically analogous to an apron with a string around the back of the neck and across the lower back holding it in place.
    • HALTER TOP Tops that would generally not be considered shirts:
    • ONESIE •onesie or diaper shirt — a shirt for infants which includes a long back that is wrapped between the legs and buttoned to the front of the shirt