A synonym for article of clothing.
A fine, see-through fabric with a with a slightly crinkled texture. Named for French dressmaker Georgette de la Plante.
A lightweight cotton fabric characterized by its checked plaid pattern, usually in two or more colors. This pattern is also known as "picnic plaid."
A flat sandal style with many cross straps which hold the sole of the shoe to the foot.
Checks of all sizes (at least one small and one large). Named for a town in Scotland where this plaid got its name in the 1800s (although the name itself wasn't adopted until 1926). Classy and sassy, once exclusively a tweed pattern.
A triangular piece of fabric, often rounded at the top, inserted in a garment to give fullness.
Metal-lined eyelet used in shoes and some nautically-inspired designs.
A corded fabric with a large rib. Commonly used as ribbon to accent garments or accessories.