Style Book By Ms. McMann
Table of Contents • Fit • Dart Styles • Bodice Styles • Necklines • Collar Styles • Skirt Styles • Pant Styles • Jacket Styles • Coat Styles • Miscellaneous Styles • Sleeve Styles • Pocket Styles • Dress Styles • Details
Definitions • Ease- The amount of extra room allowed in the fit of a garment over the size of the body. • Designer Ease- The extra amount of room in addition to wearing ease, added to a garment to create a style. • Dart- Fabric folded into a triangle and stitched to a point, adding shape and fullness. Basic tool used in pattern making. • Silhouette- The outside edge of a garment or figure. • Asymmetrical- Design details that are divided unequally from the center. If done properly the design should still appear balanced. • Symmetrical- The right and left side of a garment are exactly the same. • Bodice- The area of a garment from the shoulders to the waistline seam. • Closure- Fasteners such as buttons, zippers, snaps, etc. that enable the wearer to get in and out of a garment.
Bodice Styles • Drop Waist Empire Waist • Natural Waist
Skirts • Gathered (Dirndl Skirt) Circle Skirt Skirt- a free hanging part of an outer garment or undergarment extending from the waist down. Straight Skirt
Garment Details • Bubble Skirt w/ Yoke
Bibliography • http://mccallpattern.mccall.com/m6554-products-22745.php?page_id=108 • http://www.fashion-era.com/flapper_fashion_1920s.htm