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Women's short coat. Girl and boy in white jackets. Girl in shirt fur coat. Girl in winter coat with hood. Black jacket with a hood with fur.
Women's short coat Girl and boy in white jackets Girl in shirt fur coat Girl in winter coat with hood Black jacket with a hood with fur
russian street fashion russian street fashion moscow street fashion moscow street fashion moscow street fashion
Moscow, Russia.
April 2012.
Moscow, Russia.
May 2012.
Moscow, Russia.
March 2013.
Moscow, Russia.
March 2013.
Moscow, Russia.
March 2013.
         


Women's short sheepskin coat. Girl in short sheepskin coat. Girl in stylish sheepskin. Woman in flared coat. Flared coat.
Women's short sheepskin coat Girl in short sheepskin coat Girl in stylish sheepskin Woman in flared coat Flared coat
russian street fashion russian street fashion moscow street fashion moscow street fashion moscow street fashion
Moscow, Russia.
April 2012.
Moscow, Russia.
April 2012.
Moscow, Russia.
April 2012.
Moscow, Russia.
April 2012.
Moscow, Russia.
April 2012.
         

Women's fur coat. Coat with a fur collar. Girl in a coat with fur. Short fur coat. Women's winter coats.
Women's fur coat A girl in a fur coat Girl in a coat with fur Short fur coat Women's winter coats
russian street fashion russian street fashion moscow street fashion moscow street fashion moscow street fashion
Moscow, Russia.
November 2011.
Moscow, Russia.
November 2011.
Moscow, Russia.
November 2011.
Moscow, Russia.
December 2011.
Moscow, Russia.
January 2012.
         

Short leather brown jacket. Colored women's jackets. Military style for girls. Women's pea coat. Blue tone in women's dress.
Short leather brown jacket Colored women's jackets Military style for girls Women's pea coat Blue tone in women's dress
russian street fashion russian street fashion moscow street fashion moscow street fashion moscow street fashion
Moscow, Russia.
March 2011.
Moscow, Russia.
March 2011.
Moscow, Russia.
May 2011.
Moscow, Russia.
May 2011.
Moscow, Russia.
October 2011.
         

Pink winter jacket. Women's winter outer clothing. Artificial fur coat. Girl in black artificial fur coat. Women's short fox coat.
Pink winter jacket Women's winter outer clothing Artificial fur coat Girl in black artificial fur coat Women's short fox coat
russian street fashion russian street fashion moscow street fashion moscow street fashion moscow street fashion
Moscow, Russia.
November 2010.
Moscow, Russia.
January 2011.
Moscow, Russia.
January 2011.
Moscow, Russia.
January 2011.
Moscow, Russia.
March 2011.
         

Short gray jacket. Short leathern zip jacket. Youth leathern jacket. Women's long black coat. Short gray Woolens jacket.
Short gray jacket Short leathern zip jacket Youth leathern jacket Women's long black coat Short gray Woolens jacket
russian street fashion russian street fashion moscow street fashion moscow street fashion moscow street fashion
Moscow, Russia.
October 2010.
Moscow, Russia.
November 2010.
Moscow, Russia.
November 2010.
Moscow, Russia.
November 2010.
Moscow, Russia.
November 2010.
         

Girl in modeling coat. Women's black leathern jacket. Women's black leathern jacket. Gray short jacket. Women's wool short jacket with yelloow scarf.
Girl in modeling coat Women's black leathern jacket Women's black leathern jacket Gray short jacket Women's wool short jacket with yelloow scarf
russian street fashion russian street fashion moscow street fashion moscow street fashion moscow street fashion
Moscow, Russia.
September 2010.
Moscow, Russia.
September 2010.
Moscow, Russia.
September 2010.
Moscow, Russia.
October 2010.
Moscow, Russia.
October 2010.
         


Youth quilted black jacket. Women's woolen jacket. Short beige coat. Coat with big buttons. Women's beige short coat.
Youth quilted black jacket Women's woolen jacket Short beige coat Coat with big buttons Women's beige short coat
russian street fashion russian street fashion moscow street fashion moscow street fashion moscow street fashion
Moscow, Russia.
May 2010.
Moscow, Russia.
May 2010.
Moscow, Russia.
September 2010.
Moscow, Russia.
September 2010.
Moscow, Russia.
September 2010.
         

Youth street fashion in march. Women's sport coat with fur hood. Colorful Designer coat. Coat with big colorful buttons. Women's black leathern jacket.
Youth street fashion in march Women's sport coat with fur hood Colorful Designer coat Coat with big colorful buttons Women's black leathern jacket
russian street fashion russian street fashion moscow street fashion moscow street fashion moscow street fashion
Moscow, Russia.
March 2010.
Moscow, Russia.
March 2010.
Moscow, Russia.
April 2010.
Moscow, Russia.
April 2010.
Moscow, Russia.
May 2010.
         

Women's leather coat with fur. Women's fur leather coat. A girl in a coat with a fur collar. White sport jacket and black jeans. Black coat and black jeans.
Women's leather coat with fur Women's fur leather coat A girl in a coat with a fur collar White sport jacket and black jeans Black coat and black jeans
russian street fashion russian street fashion moscow street fashion moscow street fashion moscow street fashion
Moscow, Russia.
February 2010.
Moscow, Russia.
February 2010.
Moscow, Russia.
February 2010.
Moscow, Russia.
March 2010.
Moscow, Russia.
March 2010.
         

Jackets for men and women. Men's winter fashion in Germany. Old people fashion in Germany. Woman in winter coats. Winter coats in Germany.
Jackets for men and women in Germany Men's winter fashion in Germany Old people fashion in Germany Woman in winter coats Winter coats in Germany
street fashion in Germany street fashion in Germany street fashion in Germany street fashion in Germany street fashion in Germany
Germany, Monschau.
February 2010.
Germany, Monschau.
February 2010.
Germany, Monschau.
February 2010.
Germany, Monschau.
February 2010.
Germany, Monschau.
February 2010.
         

Female youth jacket. Winter hooded jacket with fur. Short fur coat. Fashionable fur coats. Short fur coats.
Girls in fashionable knee boots.
Female youth jacket Winter hooded jacket with fur Short fur coat Fashionable fur coats Short fur coats
russian street fashion russian street fashion moscow street fashion moscow street fashion moscow street fashion
Moscow, Russia.
December 2009.
Moscow, Russia.
December 2009.
Moscow, Russia.
December 2009.
Moscow, Russia.
December 2009.
Moscow, Russia.
December 2009.
         

Women's coat with tippet. Grey short coat with a hood. Women's short coat. Winter red coatee. Women's coat with fur hood.
Women's coat with tippet Grey short coat with a hood Women's short coat Winter red coatee Women's coat with fur hood
russian street fashion russian street fashion moscow street fashion moscow street fashion moscow street fashion
Moscow, Russia.
November 2009.
Moscow, Russia.
November 2009.
Moscow, Russia.
November 2009.
Moscow, Russia.
December 2009.
Moscow, Russia.
December 2009.
         

Youth leather Jacket.
Very beautiful girl in a jacket in the fall.
Youth leather jacket with fur-lined hood. Women's coat.
Tuque, glove, scarf.
Girl in short coat. Women's short coat.
Youth leather Jacket Youth leather jacket with fur-lined hood Women's coat Girl in short coat Women's short coat
russian street fashion russian street fashion moscow street fashion moscow street fashion moscow street fashion
Moscow, Russia.
October 2009.
Moscow, Russia.
October 2009.
Moscow, Russia.
October 2009.
Moscow, Russia.
October 2009.
Moscow, Russia.
October 2009.
         

Youth coat. Women's coat with faux fur collar. Beauty in coat with faux fur collar. Light-gray jacket. Women's coatee with fur-lined hood.
Youth coat Women's coat with faux fur collar Beauty in coat with faux fur collar Light-gray jacket Women's coatee with fur-lined hood
russian street fashion russian street fashion moscow street fashion moscow street fashion moscow street fashion
Moscow, Russia.
October 2006.
Moscow, Russia.
October 2006.
Moscow, Russia.
October 2006.
Moscow, Russia.
October 2009.
Moscow, Russia.
October 2009.
         


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Jacket

Front buttons

    Most single-breasted suits have two or three buttons, and one or four buttons are unusual. It is rare to find a suit with more than four buttons, although zoot suits can have as many as six or more due to their longer length. There is also variation in the placement and style of buttons,[18] since the button placement is critical to the overall impression of height conveyed by the jacket. The centre or top button will typically line up quite closely with the natural waistline.
    Double-breasted jackets have only half their outer buttons functional, as the second row is for display only, forcing them to come in pairs. Some rare jackets can have as few as two buttons, and during various periods, for instance the 1960s and 70s, as many as eight were seen. Six buttons are typical, with two to button; the last pair floats above the overlap. The three buttons down each side may in this case be in a straight line ( the 'keystone' layout ) or more commonly, the top pair is half as far apart as each pair in the bottom square. A four-button double-breasted jacket usually buttons in a square.The layout of the buttons and the shape of the lapel are co-ordinated in order to direct the eyes of an observer. For example, if the buttons are too low, or the lapel roll too pronounced, the eyes are drawn down from the face, and the waist appears larger.
    The custom that a man's coat should button "left side over right", anecdotally originates in the use of the sword, where such cut avoided catching the top of the weapon in the opening of the cloth (since the sword was usually drawn right-handed). Women's suits are buttoned "right side over left". A similar anecdotal story to explain this is that women were dressed by maids, and so the buttons were arranged for the convenience of their, typically, right-handed servants; men on the other hand dressed themselves and so the buttons were positioned to simplify that task.


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Jacket lapel

    The jacket's lapels can be notched ( sometimes called "stepped" ), peaked, shawl, or "trick" ( Mandarin and other unconventional styles ). Each lapel style carries different connotations, and is worn with different cuts of suit. Notched lapels are only found on single-breasted jackets and are the most informal style. Double-breasted jackets usually have peaked lapels. Shawl lapels are a style derived from the Victorian informal evening wear, and as such are not normally seen on suit jackets except for dinner suits.
    In the 1980s, double-breasted suits with notched lapels were popular among the Power suit and the New Wave style.
    In the late 1920s and 1930s, a design considered very stylish was the single-breasted peaked lapel jacket. This has gone in and out of vogue periodically, being popular once again during the 1970s, and is still a recognised alternative. The ability to properly cut peak lapels on a single-breasted suit is one of the most challenging tailoring tasks, even for very experienced tailors.
    The width of the lapel is a varying aspect of suits, and has changed over the years. The 1930s and 1970s featured exceptionally wide lapels, whereas during the late 1950s and most of the 1960s suits with very narrow lapels—often only about an inch wide—were in fashion. The 1980s saw mid-size lapels with a low gorge ( the point on the jacket that forms the "notch" or "peak" between the collar and front lapel ). Current ( mid-2000s ) trends are towards a narrower lapel and higher gorge.
    Lapels also have a buttonhole on the lapels, intended to hold a boutonniere, a decorative flower. These are now only commonly seen at more formal events. Usually double-breasted suits have one hole on each lapel ( with a flower just on the left ), while single-breasted suits have just one on the left.



Jacket pocket

    Most jackets have a variety of inner pockets, and two main outer pockets, which are generally either patch pockets, flap pockets, or jetted pockets. The patch pocket is, with its single extra piece of cloth sewn directly onto the front of the jacket, a sporting option, sometimes seen on summer linen suits, or other informal styles. The flap pocket is standard for side pockets, and has an extra lined flap of matching fabric covering the top of the pocket. A jetted pocket is most formal, with a small strip of fabric taping the top and bottom of the slit for the pocket. This style is most often on seen on formalwear, such as a dinner jacket.
    In addition to the standard two outer pockets, some suits have a third, the ticket pocket, usually located just above the right pocket and roughly half as wide. While this was originally exclusively a feature of country suits, used for conveniently storing a train ticket, it is now seen on some town suits. Another country feature also worn sometimes in cities is a pair of hacking pockets, which are similar to normal ones, but slanted; this was originally designed to make the pockets easier to open on horseback while hacking.


Jacket sleeves


    Suit jackets in all styles typically have three or four buttons on each cuff, which are often purely decorative (the sleeve is sewn closed and cannot be unbuttoned to open). Five buttons are unusual, but are a modern fashion innovation. The number of buttons is primarily a function of the formality of the suit; a very casual summer sports jacket might traditionally (1930s) have had only one button, while tweed suits typically have three and city suits four. In the 1970s, two buttons were seen on some city suits.[citation needed] Today, four buttons are common on most business suits and even casual suits.
    Although the sleeve buttons usually cannot be undone, the stitching is such that it appears they could. Functional cuff buttons may be found on high-end or bespoke suits; this feature is called a surgeon's cuff. Some wearers leave these buttons undone to reveal that they can afford a bespoke suit, although it is proper to leave these buttons done up. Modern bespoke styles and high end off-the-rack suits equipped with surgeon's cuffs have the last two buttons stitched off-centre, so that the sleeve hangs more cleanly should the buttons ever be undone.
    A cuffed sleeve has an extra length of fabric folded back over the arm, or just some piping or stitching above the buttons to allude to the edge of a cuff. This was popular in the Edwardian era, as a feature of formalwear such as frock coats carried over to informalwear, but is now rare.


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