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French Fashion and Clothing Vocabulary

French Fashion and Clothing Vocabulary
All the words you'll ever need when you go clothes shopping in store or online! C'est tout ce qu'il vous faut quand vous faites les courses dans les magasins ou sur l'internet ! Whilst doing some online shopping for clothes (more like window shopping as I spend hours browsing without actually buying anything!) I started to learn a whole heap of new words so I thought I'd compile some I found and share :) Fashion vocab/Vocabulaire de la mode Underwear/Lingerie/Swimwear/Vêtements de bain Shoes/Chaussures Accessories/Accessoires Parts/Pièces Fabrics/Tissu / Composition/ Composition Prints/Patterns/Motifs Styles/Genre Other Size/Taille Example of a complicated description: (from brandalley.fr) Coat High collar, pleated and puffy Long sleeves with tightening 'lines' (ribbons) 2 pleated pockets in front Tight sleeve cuffs, wrists and pockets Die-cut seams (?) (Image of "sous patte" etc from here)

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