examples of pockets
Pocket: part of a garment used to carry things and consisting of a piece of material sewn onto or inside the garment.
Pocket whose opening is adorned and reinforced by one or two thin strips.
Pocket of various shapes and sizes, made of a piece of material sewn onto the garment’s outer surface.
Pocket whose opening is covered by a piece of fabric hanging from the top of it.
Patch pocket made fuller by an expandable bottom and sides or by an inverted or round pleat in the middle of the pocket.
Patch pocket on the front of a garment; it opens vertically on one or both sides to protect the hands against the cold.
broad welt side pocket
Angled pocket; the outer edge of the opening has a wide welt.
Pocket where the opening is in a side seam of the garment.
Pocket whose opening contains a decorative seam, giving the garment a distinctive line.