TURTLENECK

   Turtleneck

Turtleneck

What: A turtleneck is a high close fitted turned over collar garment. Also known as polo neck, roll neck, skivvy

Where: This neck style is commonly found in sweaters, dress and shirts.

Fun Fact: How this trend was perceived over the years.

  •  Late 19th Century- Worn By blue collar workers
  •  Mid 20th Century- Academics and Philosophers
  • Became a sign of the rich when it was worn by european actor
  • 1950's - Represented preppy style

   

                 

 

 
 

 

DOUBLE- BREASTED

   Double-Breasted

Double-Breasted

What: Double-breasted refers to a coat or jacket with wide, overlapping front flaps and two parallel columns of buttons.

Where: Dress, Blazer, Suit, Jacket and Coat

Fun Fact: It has descended from 17th centure military uniforms and frock coats. Found in 2 configurations six-on-four and four-on-two.  The first figure indicates the number of buttons on the front, the second the number of those that function. Middle button should be buttoned and inner button is called a jigger.

 
 

All photos are taken from Google

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