A style of clothing or accessories for men and women that borrow from military inspirations such as epaulettes, army green, field coats, camouflage and the like.
The shape of a diamond traditionally used in an engagement ring setting.
A fashion boot styled after men’s boots that were designed to protect the driver when driving a motorcycle. These boots typically have a low chunky heel, are made from a thicker leather or suede and are adorned with o-rings or buckles.
Polyvinyl chloride, commonly abbreviated as PVC, is the third-most widely produced plastic. It can be made softer and more flexible by the addition of plasticizers, the most widely used being phthalates – it is in this form that it is used in clothing.
A knitted design resembling a mosaic that is visible on both sides of a fabric.
Usually three or more distinctively different colors separated by shapes or geometric areas on a garment or accessory.
A stripe in a parallel formation in suiting fabric which is wider and more muted than a pinstripe.
Originally designed for hunting and is typically constructed from cotton canvas and has underarm gussets for ease of movement as well as multiple pockets. Stylized versions are now available from a host of designers.