Lapels Sentence Examples
This coat has wide lapels and soft roped shoulders.
Satin or grosgrain facing on the lapels is appropriate.
It has a single welt chest pocket, two lower flap pockets, three inside pockets, notch lapels and a center back vent.
It features a wrinkle and stain-resistant finish, notched lapels, a welt chest pocket, two lower flap besom pockets, inside pockets and a center back vent.
These suits feature hand rolled lapels, handset collar and sleeves, handmade buttonholes, and other hallmarks of a traditional bespoke suit.
The size of the double Windsor tie knot (which, just to add to the confusion, can also be called a full Windsor) is only appropriate for a shirt with lapels set far apart.
It was worn with the lapels open and an unbuttoned polyester shirt underneath in a wild print that matched the color of the suit.
The Princeton Chambray Sport Coat is done in a lightweight chambray and has slim lapels.
Blazers have long sleeves, lapels, and traditional pockets, and they don't always have to be worn with matching pants.
This is actually slightly more fitted than the typical corduroy blazer, with higher armholes and narrow lapels.Advertisement
What you may often find is that a 1960s corduroy jacket will be very similar to a modern jacket, with narrow lapels, two buttons and patch pockets.
Even a 1970s jacket won't be very different, but will only feature wider lapels.
Later, turtlenecks, double breasted sports jackets, wide ties with patterns, bell bottom and flare-leg pants, wide lapels, polyester pant suits, and Nehru jackets made it onto the scene.
Kids embraced their wide lapels, wide legged jeans, bright colors, pant suits in colors outside of black, gray, and other expected neutrals.
In some cases, complete opposites were simultaneously in fashion, like the slim-fitting mod suits and the flared pants, or the skinny and wide lapels and ties.Advertisement
Call attention to your chest instead by choosing a jacket with some kind of detail - either lapels if it's a suit jacket or buttons or functional drawstring at the collar.
What updates its look are the narrow lapels and modern fit.
The light, breathable polo features a white torso with blue short sleeves and lapels and a stripe pattern on the front in blue, orange and yellow.
Mixing a traditional pattern with cutting-edge design, this polo is white with blue lapels and a partial argyle pattern on the front in blue and purple.
Bold stripes cover the front and back, with the button placket and lapels in solids.Advertisement
For curvier women, jackets should sport softer lapels, two buttons rather than one, and wider necklines.
As lapels grew larger in the 1970s, it created a broadening effect across the upper torso, which could work for a large bust but conversely could shorten and emphasize an already wide figure.
If you like the look of a V-neckline, but plan to wear your coat when the weather is cold, be sure the lapels can be drawn at the top and secured if the need arises.
The coats were usually navy blue or black and easily identified by styling details like wide lapels, hip-length hems and metal buttons.
Jackets will have different sized lapels and details.Advertisement
A loose white blouse with puffy sleeves and wide lapels shouldn't set you back more than $5.
This includes a tuxedo jacket with a velvet collar, lapels and cuffs, a green vest, green velvet knickers and shoe buckles.
If you decide to choose a suit with a pattern such as a small conservative check or plaid, be sure patterns are aligned at the seams, shoulders and lapels.
A very smooth look can be one with maroon or forest green lapels and piping.
Cuffs, lapels, and collars were different colors depending on regional affiliation.
Badges designating the specialty of enlisted personnel are worn on the lapels while officers wear badges made up of the letters "US" on their lapels.
Like the Oxford Stage Company, big lapels and the preposterous posturing of hip dudes are played for laughs.
Great shape and fit with big wide shaped lapels, four shiny silver domed buttons to fasten and a slit pocket at each hip.
He's being pinned against the wall by a man who has grabbed his jacket lapels.
Long tie of same is threaded through holes around ankles and heel and lower front edge of ankle lapels.
Linen jacket, cream, lapels edged with beige suede, very classy.
It has lapels, as with us, and is trimmed with gold lace, shawl or fur, or is worn quite plain.
Dazzling white shirts surveyed the flower-bedecked chapel from behind the lapels of swallowtail coats.
The lapels are typically covered in satin.
Notch Platinum Edition This single-breasted, non-vented coat has a one-button-notch, satin lapels, and flap pockets.
You'll find satin lapels, flap pockets, a center vent, and four buttons.
Lapels can either be peaked or a shawl collar; traditional black tie adherents frown on the popular notch collar.