Sleeved garments that are open at the front and fall to the hips; they are worn over a shirt, vest, sweater, etc. The top part of a suit is called a suit jacket.
Jacket where the front panels overlap when closed; it has a vertical double line of buttons.
Pocket of various shapes and sizes, made of a piece of material sewn onto the garment’s outer surface.
outside ticket pocket
Small pocket placed at waist level above the jacket’s right pocket or sometimes inside the lining on the left side.
Part of the garment covering the arm; it can be of various shapes and lengths.
Piece sewn onto a garment that finishes or adorns the neck.
Piece of fabric or other material that hangs from the top of a pocket opening to hide it.
breast welt pocket
Small decorative pocket to the left of a jacket’s lapel where the pocket handkerchief is placed.
Lapel forming a very small angle where it meets the collar.
Soft fabric cut from the same pattern as the garment inside which it is sewn; it gives body to the garment, embellishes it, hides its seams and makes it warmer.
side back vent
Vertical opening with overlapping edges on each side of the back of a jacket, giving it fullness.