The button closure is the number of buttons used to fasten the front panels of a single or double-breasted coat.
Coats have a front closure option to show the buttons or hide the buttons. A fly front closure option hides the buttons. Double-breasted coats always have show buttons.
The lapel is a folded flap of cloth in front of a single or double-breasted coat that is sewn to the collar at a higher angle than notch creating a pointed effect. The shawl lapel, roll collar, or shawl collar is a continuous curve of folded fabric. The size of the shawl can vary with body measurements.
Lapel buttonholes refer to flowers worn in the lapel buttonhole of a coat or a jacket. They are referred to simply as "buttonholes" or boutonnieres.
The lining is the interior of a coat or a jacket. Full lining adds structure and weight to your coat or jacket. Half-lined is slightly lighter and breathable.
Inside pockets are 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 coat or 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.
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 coat or jacket as a part of the garment. It is used for carrying small articles.
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 coat or 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 vent is a vertical slit rising from the bottom hem of a coat or a jacket. Vent length depends on the coat length or the jacket length. The purpose of the vent is to allow for ease of movement. A coat or a jacket could be a single vent located in the center or without a vent.
The coat hem also is known as quarters are the right and left flap of a coat that meets together below the waist button or below the last button. The straight bottom is closed quarters with no gap between flaps.
Epaulet is a type of decorative shoulder piece parallel to the shoulder seam. Epaulettes are fastened to the shoulder by a shoulder strap and the button near the collar.
The end of a coat or a jacket sleeves have slit as vent and buttons. Buttons can be functional or non-functional. The number of buttons can vary with one's choice.
Type of buttons used in a coat. All button types are hand made by local crafters.