The button closure is the number of buttons used to fasten the front panels of a single or double-breasted jacket.
A Collar in a women's blazer or a suit jacket can be made in main fabric or other materials like leather.
The lapel is a folded flap of cloth on the front of a single or double-breasted jacket that is sewn to the collar at a higher angle than the notch creating a pointed effect.
Lapel width represents the width of folded flaps of cloth on the front of a jacket. It is the widest part.
Lapel edge stitch is the stitching at the edge of a lapel. Standard is picked stitch by hand. Top stitch is machine done. Lapel edge can be without a stitch.
Lapel buttonholes refer to flowers worn in the lapel buttonhole of a coat or a jacket. They are referred to simply as "buttonholes" or boutonnières.
The lining is the interior of a suit jacket. Full lining in the jacket adds structure and weight to your suit. A half-lined suit jacket is slightly lighter and breathable. Unlined or unstructured suit jackets have no added structure. With no lining, more attention has to be paid to interior details that normally would be out of sight.
Lining style is how the lining of a suit jacket is shaped on the inside.
Inside pockets are a small bag sewn in between cloth and lining as a part of the garment. It is used for carrying small articles. They are on the inside of a jacket at the chest / breast level. One on each side of the body. Similarly, card and pen pockets are on the left side at the waist and hip level respectively.
The chest pocket is a small bag sewn at the chest level as a part of the garment. Mostly it is used for pocket squares. Usually, the chest pocket is made with a wider strip of fabric known as welt or a single extra piece of cloth sewn directly onto the front of the jacket as a patch pocket or it is made with a small strip of fabric taping the top and bottom of the slit as a jetted pocket. A chest pocket can be made with a flap.
Hip pockets are a small bag sewn in between cloth and lining or a single extra piece of cloth sewn directly onto the front of the jacket as a part of the garment. It is used for carrying small articles.
The ticket pocket is the third hip pocket located just above the right hip pocket and roughly half as wide. Initially, it was a feature of country suits, used for storing a train ticket. Today the ticket pocket is a feature of town suits as well.
A vent is a vertical slit rising from the bottom hem of a jacket. Vent length depends on jacket length. The purpose of the vent is to allow for ease of movement. A jacket could be a single vent located in the center, double vents located on the sides, or no vent at all.
Jacket hem also known as jacket quarters is the right and left flap of a jacket that meets together below the waist button or below the last button. The straight bottom is closed quarters with no gap between flaps.
The end of the jacket sleeve has a slit as vent and buttons. Buttons can be functional or non-functional. The number of buttons can vary with one's choice.
Sleeve buttons can be placed in a variety of styles. The kissing stance has buttons touching each other.
These are the types of buttons used in suits, jackets, coats, skirts, and pants. All button types are hand made by a local crafter.