Any materials having different characteristics in different directions are called anisotropic materials. Any additional ornamentation that accompanies a garment in order to create a specific and more fashionable look/image. (Eg: shoes, belts, sunglasses etc. )
A long-sleeved coat-like garment that reaches down to the knees or even lower, and is buttoned in front-middle. This garment is worn by men on formal occasions.
A man made or synthetic fiber made of synthetic linear macromolecules having in the chain at least 85% (by mass) of recurring cyanoethene (acrylonitrile) groups.
A design created by placing various colored diamond shaped blocks on a single colored background, usually crossed by lines in a diamond shape. This design is quite popular in men's sweaters and hosiery.
A single-button cuff used for fastening the sleeves of a long-sleeved shirt. It is most popular type of shirt cuff.
A woven fabric used for manufacturing men's trousers, hats, uniforms etc. The cord is has rounded cords in the warp direction with sunken lines between them used in trousers, uniforms, hats, upholstery.
A tight-fitting style of men's inner wear covering groin area. The fabric length generally extends to mid thigh. The garment has an elastic waistband and leg closure resulting in a tighter fit. The garment is generally made of machine-combed cotton fabric.
A loose-fitting style of men's inner wear covering groin area. The garment has an elastic at waist and is made of both cotton and silk.
A heavy and rich-looking jacquard fabric having contrasting surfaces or a multicolor design . The fabrics is often used for men's traditional formal wear like sherwani or achkan.
A knit fabric stitch producing design that looks like a heavy cord and is commonly used in men's sweaters and hosiery.
A plain weave and light weight cotton fabric with a lustrous surface. It is commonly used for manufacturing men's handkerchiefs, underwear, shirts etc.
A warm and heavy strong cotton or cotton blend fabric with a twill face and a brushed back. It is used for manufacturing men's nightwear, underwear, gloves, linings etc.
Obtained from the hair of Asiatic goat and used for manufacturing men's winter wear including sweaters, pullovers etc.
A famous type of embroidery in white cotton thread, done on various fabrics including, muslin.
A durable, medium weight, twill fabric generally made of cotton or a cotton blend. The fabric is used for men's sportswear and work clothes and is generally found in khaki color.
A strong and durable woven fabric having vertical cut pile stripes or cords with a velvet- like nap. The fabric is generally made of cotton or cotton blends and mix of other fibers. It is commonly used for men's trousers and jackets.
A type of neckline typically found in men's t-shirts and sweaters.
A fabric put at the bottom of men's pants and is generally doubled over and hemmed. These cuffs help to avoid wrinkles and pleated pants look best with cuffs.
A traditional Indian dress for men and worn on the lower part of the body. It consists of a piece of unstitched cloth draped over the hips and legs. And can be worn in various styles.
A formal suit jacket having two columns of buttons, while the first column is for ornamentation, the second is for fastening the jacket.
A two-button cuff used for fastening the sleeves of a long-sleeved shirt. The buttons on the cuff may be aligned horizontally or vertically.
A type of sleeve cuff that folds over onto itself and fastens with cuff links to hold the sleeves together.
FLEECE: Fabric with a soft deep pile.
HIGH-TECH TEFLON: Chemical treatment to the face of the fabrics resulting in water repellency.
Measurement taken from bottom of groin area to the floor in men's garments.
Any men's garment ending at the knee or above.
A men's shoe that fastens with laces up the instep.
A men's slip-on shoe without laces
A small version of a turtleneck, having an upward-protruding neckline that does not fold over.
A type of shoe having straps that can be fastened by buckles on the side.
A solid background with contrasting stripes generally spaced one half inch to 1 inch apart.
A shirt having pebble-like finish. It is exclusively used in short sleeved sumer t shirts.
Wide and multicolored stripes on different colored backgrounds for creating various patterns.
the gathering of fabric on the front of trousers creating a darted look to the pant front.
A man made or synthetic fiber blended with other fibers for use in making men's casual and sportswear.
A sweater that must be pulled over head for wearing it.
Measurement taken bottom of groin area to top of waist.
A type of lace- up shoes worn by men, and having a leather overlay. It resembles a saddle sewn over the arch of the foot.
A natural fiber made from silkworms and is used for manufacturing men's shirts, ties, etc.
A suit jacket having one row of buttons.
Type of stitching done with the help of a single needle, either by hand or by machine.
A casual collar without stays or buttons.
A lace- up formal shoe for men having a seam splitting the toe.
A term used for any garment worn by men for different sports or as casual wear.
Refers to the number of threads that are used in a square inch of fabric. High thread count denotes a finer weave and a finer fabric.
A single-breasted suit having three buttons and corresponding buttonholes.
A type of neck found in men's sweaters having 2 -4 inches of fabric at the neckline folding over onto itself.
The weave used to produce a fabric with diagonal parallel ribs.
A single-breasted style of coat or jacket having two buttons.
A fabric made of two yarns and woven together in one cloth.
A type of neck that forms a V and is commonly used in shirts, t shirts and sweaters a shirt or sweater collar that forms a point or v at the front of the neck.
A traditional style of men's formal or dress shoe with an overlay of decorative punched perforations on the toe and front of the shoe.
A natural fiber sourced from sheep. It is widely used for making men's winter wear including sweaters, shirts, dress pants, suits etc.