A hemline style in which different points of the hem's fabric drape down to resemble a loosely hanging scarf.
Women's pants that are loose at the crotch and closely fit at the ankle.
The term "harem" is less a specific garment, and more of an overarching classification for any pant that is loose at the crotch and fitted near the ankles.
A band that runs the circumference of the hat's exterior bottom torso.
Fashionable or very classy.
Yarn made from differently colored, pre-dyed fibers. In clothing, fabric made from blending differently colored fibers together, creating a multi-colored, muted, or flecked appearance.
A towering cone or heart-shaped hat worn in the 15th century, which was often adorned with a veil.
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A hem that is short in the front and long in the back.
A style of pants or skirts in which the waistline falls high above the hips.
Durable footwear created for walking over rough terrain. Often constructed of waterproof materials and featuring rubber treading along their soles, supportive uppers, and functional laces.
First unleashed upon the fashion world in the 1930s, hobo bags are spacious, crescent-shaped bags with a slouchy body made of soft, supple material.
A woven check pattern that originated in Scotland in the early 1900s. Made of alternating bands of dark and light thread, houndstooth is traditionally black and white in color, although colorful, modern variations of the masculine pattern have been used to construct both men's and women's clothing, accessories, and most commonly, outerwear.
Dress silhouette with pinched, narrow waist that mimics the form of an hourglass.