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 that is neither close-fitting nor flared.
Pocket cut into the garment with a flap that can be tucked inside the pocket or worn outside.
Small delicate handkerchief that adorns the upper pocket of a jacket.
Angle formed where the collar and the lapel meet.
Part of the jacket covering the front of the torso.
Part of a garment turned down over the chest, extending 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.
center back vent
Vertical opening with overlapping edges at the bottom of a jacket; it extends the center seam at the back, giving the jacket fullness.
Part of the jacket covering the back of the torso.
Part of the garment covering the arm; it can be of various shapes and lengths.