A V-shaped neckline style popular within sleeveless tops and dresses.
An over-night-sized piece of luggage, carried by hand.
In shoes, the front section of the upper, which covers the toe and instep.
Velvet, Velveteen, Velour
Velvet is a luxurious, woven, typically polyester-blend textile with a cut pile. Velveteen is essentially "faux velvet" usually made from cotton. Velour, like velveteen, is typically a cotton-blend textile, one that's quite plush and always knit, most often used in upholstery.
Layer of fine or decorative material applied as a finish to a less appealing surface.
Slash in back of garment, as seen in blazers. Typically in the center or paired at the sides.