A usually belted shirt jacket with pleated expansible pockets.
Describes garments that have been treated with sand for extra softness.
Sarong (also Pareo)
A loose garment made of a long strip of cloth wrapped around the body and worn as a skirt or dress.
A type of fabric weave that produces a smooth, glossy, lustrous surface.
Smooth, lustrous silk fabric featuring a sateen weave, possessing a glossy face.
A broad band of cloth worn about the shoulders, around the neck, or over the head.
A type of embroidery characterized by vine-like floral patterns.
Method of printing designs on fabric in which ink is forced through a fine, silk mesh and blank areas are blocked out.
Warm-weather fabric that has characteristic permanent puckered effects.
Fabric with a characteristic textured surface made by use of uneven yarns causing irregular slubs and other imperfections.
Jagged, uneven border with front and back points resembling a shark bite.
An attached collar rolled back in a continuous tapering line that follows the surplice neckline of a garment.
Straight, narrow fitted dress, usually with no marked waistline.
Lamb or sheepskin that has been tanned with the curly wool left on.
A textile exhibiting notable sheen.
A plain usually sleeveless blouse or sweater.
The gathering of fabric yielding fullness and pleated effects.
A tailored dress patterned after a shirt and having buttons down the front.
A jacket designed in the style of a shirt.
A woman's small waist-length or shorter jacket.
Natural fiber created by the silkworm. Known as one of the finest textiles, silk is strong, soft and possesses a radiant sheen.
Lump or fleck appearing irregularly along a yarn.
Decorative treatment or embellishment created by drawing (a fabric) by needlework into a honeycomb pattern with diamond-shaped recesses.
Narrow ornamental braid similar to crochet used as trimming on garments
Yarn dying process where one strand receives more than one color, producing an irregular, random design of color.
Synthetic fabric that can be repeatedly stretched and returned to its original shape.
The soft, flesh side of leather with a napped, velvet-like texture.
Neckline with one side lapping over the other to form a V-shaped neckline.
A curved neckline with a scalloped trim that is similar to the top half of a heart.
Materials produced by combining different artificial substances intended to simulate the look and feel of natural materials.
Sheer cotton ornamented with evenly spaced, raised dots.