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.
Short garment worn over a shirt and under a jacket; it is sleeveless, buttons up the front and has a deep V-neck. The back is made out of lining material.
Pocket where the opening is a slit cut into the garment, edged with a welt.
Part of the vest that covers the torso.
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.
adjustable waist tab
Tape used to tighten a garment around the waist by means of a buckle sewn onto the garment or onto another tab.
Decorative set of stitches joining two pieces of a garment, giving it a distinctive line.
Narrow strip of material that is attached to the garment on three sides and decorates the pocket opening.
Plunging part of the garment encircling the neck and forming a V over the chest.