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If we asked you to list all pants, would you have come up with a list as follows? Baji - Baji Korean: A baji is baggy and loose, so it is tied around the waist. In the past, Korean men wore baji as outer clothing, but for women, it gradually became part of the inner clothing.
Bermuda shorts - Bermuda shorts, also known as walking shorts or dress shorts, are a particular type of short trousers, worn as semi-casual attire by both men and women. The hem, which can be cuffed or un-cuffed, is around 1 inch above the knee. They are so-named because of their popularity in Bermuda, a British Overseas Territory, where they are considered appropriate business attire for men when made of suit-like material and worn with knee-length socks, a dress shirt, tie, and blazer.
They are considered more appropriate in hot subtropical and tropical climates than the typical heavier clothing favored in Europe. Blood stripe - A blood stripe is a scarlet stripe worn down the outside leg seams of trousers on the dress uniform of the United States Marine Corps. This red stripe is 2 inches 5. Modified versions are worn on the officers' evening dress uniforms, with the scarlet flanked with gold trim, and on members of the Marine Band, which wear the traditional red stripe with a white stripe in the center.
Boardshorts - These are a type of pant for surfers and water sport enthusiast. Boardshorts, which were originally known as Surf Trunks, later as Jams, and occasionally in British English as swim shorts, are a style of men's and, more recently, women's summerwear.
These shorts were originally developed for aquatic sports, specifically for surfing. In recent years boardshorts have become a popular form of general beach wear and all-purpose summer wear. They are also sometimes called "boardies" in slang, especially in Australia, and "baggies" in South Africa.
Braccae - is the Latin term for trousers, and in this context is today used to refer to a style of trousers, made from wool. The Romans encountered this style of clothing among peoples whom they called Galli Gauls. Braccae were typically made with a drawstring, and tended to reach from just above the knee at the shortest, to the ankles at the longest, with length generally increasing in tribes living further north.
Breeches - are an article of clothing covering the body from the waist down, with separate coverings for each leg, usually stopping just below the knee, though in some cases reaching to the ankles. The breeches were normally closed and fastened about the leg, along its open seams at varied lengths, and to the knee, by either buttons or by a draw-string, or by one or more straps and buckle or brooches. Formerly a standard item of Western men's clothing, they had fallen out of use by the mid 19th century in favor of trousers.
Modern athletic garments used for English riding and fencing, although called breeches or britches, differ from breeches. Breeching time to put your pants on one leg at a time like a grown up - Breeching was the occasion when a small boy was first dressed in breeches or trousers. From the midth century until the late 19th or early 20th century, young boys in the Western world were unbreeched and wore gowns or dresses until an age that varied between two and eight.
Breeching was an important rite of passage in the life of a boy, looked forward to with much excitement. It often marked the point at which the father became more involved with the raising of a boy. Breeks - Breeks is the Scots term for trousers or breeches. From this it might be inferred that breeches and breeks relate to the Latin references to the braccae that were worn by the ancient Celts, but the Oxford English Dictionary also online gives the etymology as "Common Germanic", compare modern Dutch broek, meaning trouser.
Outside Scotland the term breeks is often used to refer to breeches, a trouser similar to plus fours, especially when worn in Scotland and engaging in field sports such as deer stalking, and the activities of taking pheasant, duck, partridge and other game birds. Whilst breeks are a neater, trimmer fit, plus twos are slightly wider with an extra 2 inches of material to fold over the knee, and plus fours a further 4 inches of material and a wider, baggier fit.
Capri pants - Capri pants also known as Three quarter pants, capris, crop pants, pedal pushers, clam-diggers, flood pants, jams, highwaters, culottes, or toreador pants are pants that are longer than shorts but are not as long as trousers.
They typically come down to between knee and calf or ankle length. Capris are widely popular with people in many countries; especially in the United States, Europe, Latin America, and Asia. Cargo pants - A cargo pocket is a form of a patch pocket, often with accordion folds for increased capacity closed with a flap secured by snap, button, magnet, or Velcro common on battledress and hunting clothing.
In some designs, cargo pockets may be hidden within the legs. Chang kben - Sampot chang kben Khmer: It is the preferred choice of clothing for women of upper and middle classes for daily wear. This practice of daily wear died out in the beginning of the 20th century.
Unlike the typical Sampot, it is more of a pant than a skirt. It is a rectangular piece of cloth measuring 3 meters long and one meters wide. It is worn by wrapping it around the waist, stretching it away from the body, twisting the ends together then pulling the twisted fabric between the legs and tucking it in the back of the waist.
Chap boot - Chap boots are a form of footwear but cover both legs so they could potentially be thought of as a sort of pant. They are tall boots which cover the whole leg up to the crotch, with a strap attached to the outer side. These straps consist of a loop of material through which a belt is threaded to hold the boots up. Thus the boots act similarly to a pair of chaps. Chaps - are sturdy coverings for the legs consisting of leggings and a belt.
They are buckled on over trousers with the chaps' integrated belt, but unlike trousers they have no seat and are not joined at the crotch. They are designed to provide protection for the legs and are usually made of leather or a leather-like material.
They are most commonly associated with the cowboy culture of the American west as a protective garment to be used when riding a horse through brushy terrain. The most common items made from it, trousers, are widely called chinos. The material can also be made in cotton-synthetic blends.
Developed in the midth century for British and French military uniforms, it has since migrated into civilian wear.
The pure-cotton fabric is widely used for trousers, referred to as chinos. The original khaki light brown is the traditional and most popular color, but chinos are made in many shades. Churidar - Churidars Hindi: Churidars are a variant of the common salwar pants. Salwars are cut wide at the top and narrow at the ankle. Churidars narrow more quickly, so that contours of the leg are revealed. They are usually cut on the bias, making them naturally stretchy.
Stretch is important when pants are closefitting. They are also longer than the leg and sometimes finish with a tightly fitting buttoned cuff at the ankle. The excess length falls into folds and appears like a set of bangles resting on the ankle hence 'churidar'; 'churi': When the wearer is sitting, the extra material is the "ease" that makes it possible to bend the legs and sit comfortably.
The word churidar is from Hindi and made its way into English only in the 20th century. Earlier, tight fitting churidar-like pants worn in India were referred to by the British as Moghul breeches, long-drawers, or mosquito drawers.
The churidar is usually worn with a kameez tunic by women or a kurta a loose overshirt by men, or they can form part of a bodice and skirt ensemble.
Compression Shorts - Compression garment compression garments covering the legs. Cropped Pants - a type of pant that typically ends just above the ankle. Culottes - Coulottes are loose fitting shorts that look more like a skirt when worn. They are similar to a skort garment that is mix between short and skirt but not exactly. A skort has a skirt panel and shorts underneath. They were originally a pant worn by men knee-breeches.
Cycling shorts — yes, these pants are worn for cycling riding a bicycle. Cycling shorts also known as bike shorts, bicycling shorts, chamois, knicks, or spats are short, skin-tight legwear designed to improve comfort and efficiency while cycling. The goal of the tight fit is to reduce wind resistance. They also compress the legs, which can possibly help combat muscular fatigue. Daisy Dukes - are extremely short, form-fitting, denim cut-off shorts.
Disco pants - pants worn for disco dancing. Dolphin shorts - Dolphin shorts or Dolfins are a specific style of shorts for athletics. They are typically very short and were originally made from nylon with contrasting binding, side slits, and rounded corners, a style which was popular in the s.
The name is a corruption of Dolfin, the American company that first produced the original running shorts in the s. One high-profile wearer of 'dolphin shorts' is the fitness guru Richard Simmons, who in , boasted of owning pairs of vintage Dolfins. In , it was reported that orange Dolfin shorts are specified as part of the uniform for waitresses at Hooters.
Gaiters - Gaiters are garments worn over the shoe and lower pants leg, and used primarily as personal protective equipment; similar garments used primarily for display are spats. Originally, gaiters were made of leather. Today, gaiters for walking are commonly made of plasticized synthetic cloth such as polyester.
Gaiters for use on horseback continue to be made of leather. In Army parlance, a gaiter covers leg and bootlacing; a legging covers only the leg. In RAF parlance, gaiter includes legging. Above the knee spatterdashes were cotton or canvas, as were many gaiters of varying lengths thereafter.
Leather gaiters were rare in military, though sometimes a calf-length cotton gaiter had leather kneecaps added. Leggings, however, were very often made of leather, but also canvas. Hammer pants Yes, this is regarding M.
Harem pants - Harem pants or harem trousers are baggy, long pants caught in at the ankle. Early on, the style was also called a harem skirt. The term 'harem pants' subsequently became popular in the West as a generic term for baggy trousers caught in at the ankle that suggest the Turkish style, or similar styles such as bloomers, the South Asian shalwar and patiala salwar; the Bosnian dimije; sirwal as worn by Zouaves ; and the Ukrainian sharovary.
Harem pants came back into fashion in the s, when they were remembered for being 'costumey. Hammer became known as Hammer pants. High-rise - A high-rise or high-waisted garment is one designed to sit high on, or above, the wearer's hips, usually at least 8 centimetres 3 inches higher than the navel. In western cultures, high-rise jeans were especially common in the s, in competition with low-rise pants.
Hip-huggers - are a style of pants worn by both men and women, generally made of denim and fitted tightly around the hips and thighs yes, they hug the hips , while flaring out towards the lower leg. It has been said that hip-huggers were first designed by Irene Kasmer in in Los Angeles, California. They were worn by the mods in the mid s and into the early s.
The late s saw the return of hip-huggers in the disco scene. They went out of style again in the early s, but made a reappearance in the s. The hip-huggers of the s were distinguished by the tightness of the knee, as well as the lower rise of the jeans, typically well below the belly button. Hip-huggers can be worn in a variety of different styles, sometimes "riding" low to expose the buttocks to varying degrees.
There are also variations of hip-huggers created with a material designed to stretch and tighter fitting stretch materials that vary in color. Hockey pants - are knee-to-waist protective gear for ice hockey or roller hockey players. The pants carry a variety of padding depending on whether they are worn by goaltenders or skaters forwards and defenders , and also on the manufacturer.
The pants are traditionally a one-piece garment with a lace-up fly augmented by a strap belt. Sometimes, they are additionally held up by suspenders particularly in the case of goalie pants. Hockey pants are also called "breezers" in North Dakota, Minnesota and Wisconsin locations where Hockey is very important. Jams - The Jams look was baggy and bohemian, with wild prints and clashing pinks and greens. It was a clear departure from the more subtle color combinations and detailing of existing boardshorts.
Jams is a line of clothing produced by Jams World. After reading a Life magazine article showing Russians looking comfortable attending the beach in bathrobes, Rochlen bought some brightly colored floral fabric and asked his wife Keanuenue to make a short, baggy pair of pajamas with a sewn-up fly and cut-off at the knee.
They produced the first pair of Jams on December 25, Jeans — we certainly hope that you know what jeans are. Jean Shorts - short pant version of denim jeans. Women's jinbei have started to become popular in recent years. Jinbei are usually worn as a form of nightwear or house wear. Jodhpurs - Jodhpurs, in their modern form, are tight-fitting trousers that reach to the ankle, where they end in a snug cuff, and are worn primarily for horse riding.
The term is also used as slang for a type of short riding boot, also called a paddock boot or a jodhpur boot, because they are worn with jodhpurs. Originally, jodhpurs were snug-fitting only from just below the knee, to the ankle and were flared at the hip; modern stretch fabrics have allowed jodhpurs to remove the flare and yet remain supportive and flexible. Jodhpurs originally were long pants, reaching to the ankle, snug from the calf to the ankle, with reinforced fabric protecting the inner calf and knee from rubbing.
The thighs and hips were flared, a traditional oriental style possibly to help with cooling the body in a hot climate. Knickerbockers - Knickerbockers are a form of men's or boys' baggy-kneed trousers particularly popular in the early 20th century United States. Golfers' plus twos and plus fours were breeches of this type. Before World War II, skiers often wore knickerbockers too, usually ankle-length. Leather shorts — you guessed it.
These are shorts made of leather. Lederhosen - Lederhosen German for leather breeches; singular in German usage: Lederhose are breeches made of leather; they may be either short or knee-length. The longer ones are generally called Bundhosen or Kniebundhosen.
Low-rise pants - Low-rise pants are pants that sit low on, or below, the hips, usually at least 8 centimetres 3 inches lower than the navel. They are also called "lowcut jeans", "hipster jeans", and "lowriders". Low-rise pants have been available since the s, in styles for both men and women, with popularity increasing in the s. The pants were featured in The Official Preppy Handbook. Nantucket Reds were originally inspired by cotton trousers worn in Brittany.
A characteristic of Reds is that they fade to a "dusty rose" as they age. Since their inception, the cotton canvas pants have been marketed as shorts. The distinctive salmon pink color has since been used on hats, shirts, sweaters and socks. Reds are worn predominantly by summer residents of Nantucket, Martha's Vineyard, and Cape Cod in place of khakis or chinos. Open-crotch pants — sorry, I am not discussing this.
Figure it out yourself. Overall - An overall, over all, overalls, bib-and-brace overalls, dungarees or party bibs are a type of garment which is usually used as protective clothing when working. Some people call an overall a "pair of overalls" by analogy with "pair of trousers". Palazzo trousers are popular as a summer season style, as they are loose and tend to be flattering in light, flowing fabrics that are breathable in hot weather. Palazzo trousers are less frequently seen during the winter months, but they may be found in wool or heavy synthetic fabrics as well.
Pantaloons - women's baggy trousers gathered at the ankles. Pantalón is Spanish language for pants or trousers. Parachute pants - Parachute pants are a style of trousers characterized by the use of nylon, especially ripstop nylon. They are typically worn as menswear. Parachute pants became a fad in US culture in the s as part of the increased popularity of breakdancing.
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