Fashion Clothing And Styles


This fully illustrated book details fashion clothing and wearable designs from all over the world.

Each term in this full color fashion glossary is accompanied by crisp, clear image. 

Simply scroll down to learn all about the wonderful world of fashion design. 




EVERY BODY, EVERY WEAR

The Illustrated Glossary of Fabric, Fashion, and Style

by Judee Shipman



CHAPTER 3

BABUSHKA - BATWING


BABUSHKA: A type of ladies' headscarf that ties below the chin. 



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BABY DOLL DRESS: A short, cute, playful, lightweight dress, often adorned with puffy sleeves, a sweetheart neckline, and/or a flared hem. 



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BACKLESS BRA: A strapless support bra that is held in place by resistance pressure alone. 



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BACK TANNING: A treatment to improve the water-resistance of dyed fabric. 



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BADLA: A flat, metallic wire often used for embroidery. 



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BAGHAL BANDI: A tunic-like garment. 



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BAIZE: A coarse cloth of cotton or wool, most commonly seen on billiard tables. 



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BALAGNY CLOAK: An outer garment of French origin, characterized by a wide collar. 



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BALANCED STRIPES: A graphic design featuring stripes of equal width and spacing. 



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BALE DYEING: The permanent coloring of cotton from an unpacked bale. 



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BALGHA: Heelless leather slippers of African design. 



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BALLET SLIPPER: A soft, pliable, closed-toed shoe with an elasticized edge, often adorned with a bow. Ballet dancers stuff the toes with padding to protect their feet while dancing. 



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BALLERINA NECKLINE: A wide, curved neckline, scooped at the front and back. 



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BALL GOWN: An ankle length dress that is form fitting at the bodice, and has a very wide skirt. 



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BANDAGE DRESS: A dress made by wrapping a very long piece of fabric around the body like a bandage. Less commonly known as a "mummy dress." 



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BALMACAAN: A type of loose wool overcoat. 



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BALMORAL: A type of men's dress shoe, also known as Oxfords



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BANARAS: A hand-woven silk fabric with a repetitive floral pattern, popular in India. Somewhat similar to Ashrafi Buti



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BANDANA: A large square of fabric, often printed with a busy design involving white on a dark background. This versatile item can be made into many different fashion designs, from headwear and halter tops to handbags and scarves.  



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BANDEAU: A top comprised of a thick band of stretchable fabric. Also known as a Tube Top, the Bandeau is a staple of many women's fashion clothing ensembles



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BANGS: Hair that is trimmed in such a way that it covers part or all of the forehead. 



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BARK CLOTH: A versatile fabric derived from the Ficus trees of Africa and Indonesia. Popular for fashion clothing in those parts of the world.  



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BARRAS: A coarse linen fabric from Holland, often used in fashion clothing designs. 



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BARREL BAG: A barrel-shaped carry bag, flat at both ends. 



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BARRETTE: A type of clip or clasp for holding hair in place. 



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BASEBALL JACKET: A light, casual sleeved jacket, often made of satin, usually featuring a striped collar, striped elastic cuffs, and a front snap closure. 



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BASKET WEAVE: A thatched, woven textile made with many horizontal strands and occasional vertical strands, in the same way that baskets are made. 



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BASQUE: A corset-like garment that extends down just over the hips. 



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BAST FIBER: Fiber obtained from the stems of plants, then mixed with other fibers. The scarf shown below is a bast-cotton blend.  



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BASTING STITCH: A loose, temporary stitching that is intended to be removed. Also known as tacking, this technique is handy for holding things in place. 



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BATIK: An Indonesian fabric dyeing technique that involves placing wax molds onto fabric. 



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BATISTE: A lightweight fabric popular for blouses, dresses, and lingerie. 



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BATWING SLEEVE: A sleeve with a wide armhole, tapered at the cuff. 



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YOUR HANDY GUIDE TO
FASHION CLOTHING AND STYLE



EVERY BODY, EVERY WEAR:

The Illustrated Glossary of Fabric, Fashion, and Style


Introduction

Chapter One 

Chapter Two 

Chapter Three (You Are Here) 

Chapter Four 

Chapter Five 

Chapter Six 

Chapter 7  

Chapter 8 

Chapter 9 

Chapter 10



MORE FASHION CHAPTERS TO FOLLOW!

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