Different types of Coats illustrated – from The Language of Fashion

Different types of Coats illustrated – from The Language of Fashion
This entry is part 15 of 21 in the series The Language of Fashion - 1939 Fashion Dictionary

Different types of coats, illustrated and defined, from the Language of Fashion dictionary. Kinds of coats include the Box Coat of the 1930s, the Blouse coat of the 1920s, coachmens’ coats, 17th century buffcoat, coolie coat, Balmacaan, Duster early 1900s, Raglan coat, Women’s Cutaway Coat, MacFarlane, and more types of coats. This really helped me to describe and identify some of the many vintage coats that I’ve posted for sale!

These pages also cover different types of coifs and collars, including the Bertha collar of the 1920s, the Chin Collar of 1916, and the Buster Brown collar.

A combination is defined as a type of undergarment, a chemise or vest with matching drawers or panties.

This ends with the definition of copatain.

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