Parts of bag

The garment that fits the torso, has a flap, long sleeves and pockets on the outside and inside, is called a coat or jacket. It is open at the front, containing a button which can be worn closed or open.

 

The length of the clothing can vary from the types and models adjusted to the waist to those that lower or hang at the beginning of the legs .

In different Latin American countries the concept of jacket or coat may be confused, associated or renamed to the jacket, jacket, jacket, coat and jacket. Despite this, in the history of the suit and in the tailoring manuals all these garments differ from each other.

Among the many examples of named or related concepts are:

  • Anorak.
  • American.
  • Bolero.
  • Bliser.
  • Carry it.
  • Cardigan.
  • Wanted.
  • Woman jacket.
  • Suck
  • Reefer.
  • Dolmán.
  • Dalmatic.
  • Tails.
  • Tuxedo jacket.
  • Guayabera.
  • Warrior.
  • Doublet.
  • Hopalanda.
  • Livery.
  • Levita.
  • Pelisse.
  • Norfolk jacket.
  • Ropón.
  • Rebeca.
  • Spencer.
  • Saharan.
  • Zamarra.
  • Among many others.

WHAT ARE ITS PARTS?

  • 1Parts of the Sack
    • 1Lining
    • 2Openings
    • 3Buttons
    • 4Interlining
    • 5Pockets
    • 6Flaps
    • 7Sleeves
    • 8Shoulders
    • 9Hem
    • 10Grips

Parts of the Sack

Cover

The bags may be composed of rayon or silk lining, although they may also not be worn. This allows for greater ventilation and comfort.

Many designers choose vivid shades and patterns that give the garment more personality.

Openings

Initially, the bags had no openings and the cut was more loose. As time went by, trends changed and cuts became tight, openings had to be added in the rear area to allow users more ease and flexibility.

 

Traditionally, American and Italian bags have a single central opening, English-style bags typically have two.

Buttons

A button is a small item used to adjust or loosen the bag. They are usually flat and round in appearance, although they exist in different sizes and shapes.

Its manufacture is usually made of wood, metal and lately plastic. It is not correct to button the last button of the bag when it is stopped. When the person sits down, they should undo all the buttons.

Interlining

This is a layer of horsehair fabric, it can be synthetic textile or thin linen. It is located in the middle of the lining and the bag, it is kept in that place thanks to seams or hot glue.

Pockets

Bag-like piece of fabric sewn inside to a groove in the bag. This can be simple or be made up of a flap or pocket cover protection. In the same way, it can have a closing and opening system like the button and the zipper.

Lapels

It is known as a flap to the extension of the sac that turns on the chest at the top of the buttons and extends throughout the neck.

The size of the width of the flaps should have a good proportion, taking into account the size of the person’s torso and the width of the cut of the bag.

Sleeves

They should show an inch and a half of the shirt cuff. Similarly, it should be shown on the outside of the neck of the bag.

Shoulders

The shoulders give the jacket a stylish look. In case this suit does not follow the natural line of the shoulders, the other parts of the dress will not look aesthetic.

Hem

The proper length of a sack is the point at which the hands come naturally when placed next to the torso, without being stretched. In case you want to have a modern cut, this part can be shortened. However, it is never recommended to do more than 3 centimeters.

Cuffs

The functional buttons on the cuffs used to be seen as one of the symbols of quality in clothing, although these make it more difficult to alter the length of the sleeves. Today this feature can be easily replicated by machine.

 

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