The band detail found at the waist.
The measurement of the circumference of the waist, used in calculating body shape. Your waist is the smallest part of your torso, and is in line with where your rib cage ends/ belly button is. An easy way to find it is, to stand up straight and bend over to one side, putting your finger where the crease is. Stand up straight again and measure around your front and back at the smallest part, keeping the tape even and taut.
Tip: Measure in your underwear, if possible. And don’t suck in otherwise we won’t get an accurate view of your silhouette.
The band detail found at the waist with hoops to accommodate a belt.
Waist cinching belt that either makes waist physically smaller or creates the illusion of a small waist.
Lapels that fall over the bust in a draped ruffle.
Waxed cotton material textures
A cotton with a paraffin based wax. This waterproof fabric is used a lot for clothes for the country sports community.
Rubber boots reaching below the knee.
This hat has a wide piece of stiff material running around the circumference of the hat, at the bottom of the crown.
A lapel that extends widely across the shoulders.
Clothing that is appropriate to wear to work.
A large piece of material worn over the shoulders, upper body, and arms. This loosely hanging cloth can be wrapped around the body as much, or as little as required, and is perfect over a cocktail dress in the evening.
A skirt that fastens by wrapping across the body.