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1. How are garment parts usually categorised?

– men’s outerwear– women’s outerwear– children’s outerwear– underwear– sportswear (clothes that you wear to play sports or when you are relaxing)– working clothes / work clothes 2. What does the men’s outerwear include? • trousers BE (pants AE) • waistcoat BE (vest AE) – a piece of clothing without sleeves that has buttons down the front and is worn over a shirt, often under a jacket as part of a man's suit • jacket – a short, light coat - sako, jakna, haljetak • sack coat – jacket as a part of the suit - sako (kao dio odijela) • tail coat – ( frock coat )- a man's jacket which is short at the front and divided into two long pieces at the back, worn to very formal events frak • cloak – a warm piece of clothing like a coat without sleeves that hangs loosely from your shoulders kabanica, ogrtač PLAŠT, PELERINA, KABANICA, MANTIJA • blazer – blejzer, jakna a jacket, sometimes with the special sign of a school, club etc on it • garb – ruho (nošnja), odjeća, odijelo – arhaično i suvr. kada se aludira na nešto posebno (formal) a particular style of clothing, especially clothes that show your type of work or look unusual: priestly garb- a particular style or type of clothing traditional academic garb ▪ dressed in ceremonial garb ▪ prison garb • mantle – ogrtač, plašt • topcoat - old-fashioned – a warm long coat (lagani kaput, ogrtač) an outdoor coat worn over a suit • overcoat – kaput, ogrtač (gornji kaput)- a long thick warm coat 1. A heavy coat worn over ordinary clothing in cold weather. 2. An additional, protective coating, as of paint. • trench coat – ogrtač s remenom (trenčkot) ; vojnički mantl, vojn. kišna kabanica - a long raincoat with a belt • surcoat – kratki kaput• redingote – kišni kaput, kabanica 1. A man's long double-breasted topcoat with full skirt. 2. A woman's full-length unlined coat or dress open down the front to show a dress or underdress. • lumberjacket – (vjetrovka) a warm short coat, often with a brightly coloured pattern of squares on it • windcheater – (vjetrovka) - a warm jacket, usually with a close-fitting knitted neck, cuffs, and waistband • cape – (pelerina) - a long loose piece of clothing without sleeves that fastens around your neck and hangs from your shoulders

3. Women’s outerwear • blouse - a shirt for women • blouson – (bluzon, bluza stisnuta u struku ili ispod struka) Blouson is a garment, as a dress, having a close waistband with blousing of material over it.• halter – (bluza otvorenih leđa vezana na vratu i oko struka) halter top, halterneck- a type of clothing for women that ties behind the neck and across the back, so that the arms and back are not covered • attire – haljina, odjeća - dress, clothes; especially : splendid or decorative clothing, of good quality - e.g. “Proper attire is required at the restaurant.” - formal clothes: business attire • gown - a long dress that a woman wears on formal occasions a) wedding/evening/ball gown a white silk wedding gown b) a long loose piece of clothing worn for special ceremonies by judges, teachers, lawyers, and members of universities [= robe • robe – 1. a long loose piece of clothing, especially one worn for official ceremonies: a priest's robes 2. especially A E - a long loose piece of clothing that you wear over your night clothes or after a bath (= bathrobe; = dressing gown (BE) • skirt - a garment hanging from the waist and worn by women and girls • trousers and slacks – ženske hlače• SLACKS - trousers for men or women; esp., trousers that are not part of a suit(usually in the plural) pants for casual wear. -

knees or ankles. vest• blazer. 4. often over a high comb. . triko. PELERINA • mantle – (ogrtač.heavy cotton trousers used for working in [= jeans] • bib pants – prsni dio hlača • smock – kuta. also : an outer shirt of similar design) .covers the body from the shoulders to the hips.a loose piece of clothing worn by artists or other workers to protect their other clothing 5.BE) loose trousers that have a square piece of cloth that covers your chest.track suit – trenirka : a suit of clothing consisting usually of a jacket and pants that is often worn by athletes when working out -jump suit – kombinezon's or women's trousers for informal wear. worn over clothes to protect them• 2 overalls (pl) AE heavy cotton trousers with a piece covering your chest. džemper -a loose collarless pullover or jacket usually of heavy cotton jersey . A short cloak or cape.popular by the end of the 19th cent. They are fashionable.T-shirts .can be collarless BUT often made with high stiff collar or collar lying on the shoulders . jacket • skirt suit • habit – ženski jahači kostim – riding habit or riding attire • bolero – bolero. by women in Spain and Latin America. kratki ženski kaputić Bolero jackets are short.sweatshirt – sportska majica – jersey – gornji dio dresa. These jackets feature long sleeves and may be worn open or fastened up the front.with or without sleeves. held • up by pieces of cloth that go over your shoulders [= dungarees British English]• 3 overalls [pl] B E a piece of clothing like a shirt and trousers in one piece that is worn over other clothes to protect them [= coveralls American English] • (1 dungerees .common name for loosely cut outerwear.: a shirt that has short sleeves and no collar and that is usually made of cotton (a collarless short-sleeved or sleeveless usually cotton undershirt. a cloak• topcoat • overcoat • windcheater • cape• capote – ogrtač s kapuljačom A long. 2. cropped jackets that cover the upper half of the torso.• cloak – a warm piece of clothing like a coat without sleeves that hangs loosely from your shoulders – PLAŠT. What do work clothes include? • overall (coverall)– radni kombinezon ( ili kuta) • 1 [sg) BEa loose-fitting piece of clothing like a coat. and long thin pieces that fasten over your shoulders [= overalls American English]• 2 American English old-fashioned . What is the basic sportswear? . a coverall worn by parachutists for jumping 2 a one-piece garment consisting of a blouse or shirt with attached trousers or shorts 6. A lightweight lace or silk scarf worn over the head and shoulders. usually hooded cloak or coat. feminine jackets and include both fitted styles and those that are looser and boxier. and during the whole of the 20th cent. • tippet – pelerine (also stola ) • mantilla –1. What is the word “overcoat” usually associated with? . ogrtač . ( široke hlače ) • waistcoat. plašt) -a loose sleeveless coat worn over outer garments.

The ulster . The Norfolk jacket 20. The safari jacket . and was a fad in the fifties• Connected with rock’n’roll era• Was worn with layers of petticoat 6.a waist – length jacket with a drawstring at the bottom . a collar and lape . The cape (cloak.loosely cut. The tunic . The poncho square or rectangular piece of fabric• slit for the head in the centre• can be worn vertically or diagonally• comes from South America• often decorated with livelly pattern10. school.waist length-jacket .Obtained by wrapping the fabric from the waist down to a tapered edge .the Eisenhower jacket or “Ike” jacket . again from 50’ to70’ 8.Today : any article of clothing loosely falling over the hips 9. The anorak .Wide and light sporting jacket• Made of flannel. The blazer .In Ancient Rome wasa short woolen cloak worn under the toga. The kilt. it has been part of ladies’ wardrobe 4.World War II 16.knee-long . without sleeves• buttoned at the front . The mandarin jacket 18. The mini skirt 9.jacket with hood used in polar regions -Eskimo jacket • often lined with fur or fake fur = protection12. The blouson .. The “redingote” .quilted edges.double-breasted.In the past it was like toga• In the Middle Ages the kilt has been wrapped around the body and making skirt to the calf• It has been part of the Scottish folk costume since 17th century• Since 1940s.In the 19th c. woolen -narrowed at the waist -velvet collar3. The frock (tail) coat long sleeves . The parka . white. The micro skirt10. The dolman – decorated with emroidery and lace4.has tails. The Nehru jacket 19. The crinoline• Was an extremely broad skirt mounted on a steel frame • Appears in Paris in the 1850s 5.row of buttons at the front .knee-length cold-weather jacket or coat . The mackintosh The first real waterproof coat. The midi skirt 8.“snorkel”13. and rowing clubs.tippet)• usually knee-long coat .7.with wide or narrow discrete strips• It reaches to the top of hips (shorter variants-part of school uniforms)• An emblem is often embroidered on the breast pocket• Sailor`s blazer-metal buttons• uniform garments: airline. and yachting. pelerine.some of them have a hood .It was popular at the beginning of the 20th century 2. usually has a hood• popular in the 19th c. The dinner suit • single or double-breasted• men’s jacket (formal)• silk collar• one button in the front• black.deep placket in the back 5. pelerine.initially part of the riding costume 6. The chesterfield grey. Barrel shape .or Tyrolean dress 3.when pulled it makes folds round the hips . Give the list of overcoats! 1. The waistcoat 14. Basic types of skirts 1.comes from English ''riding coat'' .Modern version : knee ength 7.patched pockets2.launched after World War II• draped around the waist and cut so as to gather • round the knees where the fabric . The baloon skirt. The spencer -18th century• Initially a short men’s jacket• Waist lenght• Single or double-brested• 19th century• Women adopted iz as a short jacket (over the evening dress) 8. The maxi skirt 7. The circle skirt . dark blue or violet• black trausers accompany it as a rule22. tippet) (cloak. The battle jacket .Waterproof• Corduroy (heavy cotton or linen)• Resistant to various influences • Bassed on a mens’s broad shirt• Bellow the hips • Number of pockets including breast ones• Patched pockets on the sleves• Often belted and there are sleevles variants too21. The dirndl. The jacket11.17.made of woolen fabrics and was ancle length.developed during 1950s for military use .developed from the anorak 15.Is cut from one or two pieces.

a piece of cloth five to seven meters long. feet and hands• Sarong . 30’s)Missoni launched it again in the 50’sd) Sweatshirts.garments intended to cover the torso and arms .Men`s. essentially a robe-like dress worn by islamic women -covers the whole body except the face.In the 19th century -worn by sportsmen to provoke profound perspiration .part of summer wardrobe• Shirtdress .Jumper.Pullover.Long sleeves reaching the waist or hips .belt in the waist .a simple. wrapped around the body and fastened at the waist and around the breast .Made of thick .woven or knitted soft cotton fabric.Worn by sportsmen .Today -skirts of various lengths divided into two parts so that both legs are covered13.Cardigan. but it reached popularity on Dior’s models• Coctail dress. long sleeves .Various university and similar emblems .traditional dress on the islands of Bali and Tahiti .made of woollen-knitted fabric .primarily a military jacket. Culottes. loose overgarment. What are knitted outer garments?Give examples ! .buttons or zipped-up at the front.narrow at hips and then widens between the knees and the ankle 9.a piece of clothing "pulled over" the head instead of buttoned or zipped-up .worn at cocktail parties -cut simply and often quite short -semi-formal tea/ballerina lenght -little black dress 10. The hobble skirt .knitted wollen garments -long sleeves -reaching to the waist or slightly belowb) Pullover .a revolutionary turning point in women’s clothing• launched by Paul Poiret soon afterWorld War I• for the first time it followed the line of woman’s body. Types of dresses Classification of the dress by its length:• Ball gown• Wedding gown• Abaya.Initially knitted woollen shirts.1900s – sportswear and free-time garment. the male version is thechangshan -in English is also known as mandarin gown -created in 1920s in Shangai for upperclass women -fashionable.In the sixties decorated with printed inscriptions.onepiece Chinese dress for women. women`s or children`s jumper .Sweatshirt a) Jumpers (sweaters.was held with a • circular tape at the edge 11. slipovers) . tight-fitting • Sack dress.a style of dress which borrows details from a man’s shirt .got its name after the Duke of Cardigan .Made of wool or blends of wool and man-made fibresc) Cardigan.wide shape -tapering below the knees -Balenciaga launched it in the 50s.Today.includes collar and a button front . The sari skirt• A piece of cotton or silk fabric trimmed with a special ribbon • dyed in vivid colours• It is traditional outerwear of women in India12.initially French working pants with wide leggings .made of cotton or silk• Qipao.Warn with various skirts (Chanel.Garments in the shape of jumpers or Tshirts.

with a decorative tape ( Basque) or without it ( modelled) . rayon or polyamide woven or knitted fabric • Camisole (vest) .finely knitted article with a deep neckline . coresel)4. in the beginning made of cotton or batiste and decorated with lace.first appeared in the 17th century . generally accepted in the 19th century. Beret 3. . • Corset . Drawers5. 13.sponge pads ad licra were introduced in sixties. . Pyjamas 12. briefs5. Camiknickers7. • The bra . Pantihose (tights)6. from the knees to the upper part of the hips. Bowler (derby) 5.long baggy underpants. undershirts2. Headscarf 2.corsets were again popular in the mid-19th century.until the twenties there were no bone inserts. underpants4.follows the line of the body • Slip . • Drawers . Petticoat (pettidress)8. body)2. Bra10.whalebone was replaced by elastic materials.11.packed triangularly .a combination of panties and long stockings. made of cotton or linen. Men’s underwear 1. with whalebone or stick sewn into the fabric . .Women’s underwear 1.worn by men at the end of the 19th entury• Sombrero . . Bodystocking (bodice. back and narrow shoulder straps.from the beginning of the 20th c.tied at the back.widebrimmed hat with a high middle part.appeared in the beginning of 20th c. Camisole (vest)9. .has narrow shoulder straps. • Pantihose (tights). Sleeping gowns • Bodystocking ( are also made of synthetic fibres.covers the body from the breast to waist . buttoned between the legs. with a brim. to cover the beginning of the weave • Hat -head covering for men and women.was made of heavy lined cotton. . Straw hat • Headscarf . Corset (stays.consisting of an undershirt and knickers.a kind of ladies’ underwear in the form of a sleeveless shirt . Headwear 1.the twenties also introduced shoulder straps. body) . made of wool or some other hair• Panama hat -light-coloured hat made from dried grass • Bowler (derby).stiff hat with a rounded top and upturned brim.made of cotton. but also worn in the 20th century. wich meant that the bra could be adapted to the breast shape. .in most cases the leggings were loose. worn in Spain and Mexico .small protrusion at the top used to be sewn on.tailored piece of cloth.fabric is bleached and dyed or printed• Beret . Hat 4. • Camiknickers . Slip3. Sombrero 6. . the length of the knickers varied.soft round cap. .

can be worn loosely or tied into a knot on the chest. buttons and similar articles • GLOVES .square or rectangular piece of clothing. padded or sewn from knitted fabrics &’s cravat in the shape of butterfly wings. heat.Fashion gloves .wide ribbon worn around the neck with a knot below the chin held together with a decorative needle.ruffles.made of compact ribbon or satin.most known are Kashmir & Pashmina shawls• TRIMMINGS (HABERDASHERY) .Commercial & industrial . zips.made of thick silk fabric• BOW TIE . traditionally under the shirt collar & knotted at the throat It’s made of silk. shoulder pads.Sport & recreational gloves . Neckwear.Fingerless gloves . felted wool. silk synthetics or a blend of these. metal… Types of gloves:. ribbons.small articles for sewing.accessories to the garment..rectangular piece of woven or knitted fabric.pieces of garment covering the hands protecting them from cold.worn as a decorative article around the neck as well as for protection against the cold• SHAWL .made of supple materials: cloth.unisex fashion trend • ASCOT TIE . latex.worn for fashion reasons or for protection against weather influences Common neckwear today include:• Neckties• Scarves• Feather boas• Shawls Long piece of cloth worn for decorative purposes. damage by friction. wool or some other woven or knitted fabric Essential detail of men’s formal wear Can be worn as a part of a uniform or everyday attire Accepted by woman in the 60’s . leather.made of wool.can be knitted.14.Mittens . arms and sometimes head. rubber.worn over the shoulders.various styles of clothing worn around the neck.part of men’s formal wear• SCARF . braids. chemicals etc.