Outerwear that is fastened in front; coats are worn over other garments to protect against the cold and inclement weather.
Raincoat characterized by double-breasted buttoning, a belt, gun flaps, a collar with lapels, large pockets and tabs on the sleeves and shoulders.
Fastener made up of a ring that secures the two ends of a belt.
Flat ring next to the frame usually made of the same material as the belt; one end of the belt passes through it.
broad welt side pocket
Angled pocket; the outer edge of the opening has a wide welt.
sleeve strap loop
Thin strip of material attached vertically to the sleeve; the sleeve strap threads through it to hold it in place.
Strap made of various materials often with a frame; it is worn around the waist to adjust the fit of a garment, hold it in place or adorn it.
Narrow strip of fabric that is sewn horizontally at the bottom of the sleeve to make it less full.
Loose front and back yoke used as a decorative element and as protection against wind and rain.
Sleeve extending over the shoulder and attached front and back with a slanted seam running from under the armhole to the neck.
Decorative tab attached to the shoulder and sometimes buttoned down; it is inspired by the military uniform.
Collar designed to be worn in various ways.