Type
Crossword
Description

Women's hairstyle popular in the late 1820's and 30's in which the hair is dressed on the crown of the head topped off with vertical loops of stiffened, often plaited hair. Apollo Knot
Bombarde or ducal sleeves gathered at the wrist to create a bag around the arm. Bag Sleeves
18th century men's bathrobe worn at home over the shirt and breeches. Banyan
Italian rounded, semiconical cap with turned up brim or no brim at all. Beretta
Wide sleeves on an outergarment. Bombarde Sleeve
Style of cuffs on a man's coat in the 1700s. Boot Cuffs
Shorter pants, often woven from linen. Brais
Close-fitting 16th century helmet with cheek guards. Burgonet
Roman ankle-high shoes. Calceus
Close-fitting, ankle length garment. Cassock
Knot of hair arranged at the top of the head. Chignon
Short cloak from ancient Greece. Chlamys
Armor to protect the neck. Gorget
A mail shirt. Haubergeon
Men's leather breeches. Lederhosen
Lightweight lace or silk scarf. Mantilla
A bonnet that was fashionable in the 1830's. Mary Stuart Bonnet
The part of the hose covering the lower leg. Netherstocks
A women's dress fashionable during the 1770's and 80's. Polonaise
Worn over armor. Surcoat
A men's hat with the brim turned up in 3 places. Tricorn Hat
Men's cap worn at home. Undress Cap
A style of paned women's sleeve. Virago Sleeve

Fashion Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Seasons- Fashion is usually split into four seasons, spring/summer and fall/winter
Fast-Fashion- Merchandise typically priced much lower than the competiton, operating on the business model of low quality/high volume
Micro-Seasons- 52 seasons with new trends coming out every week
Sample Garment- The original prototype of the garment created before large quantities are made. Usually made in a size 2 to 4 for women.
Street fashion- Fashion that is considered to center on casual, comfortable pieces
Colorway- Any of a range of combinations of colors in which a style or design is available
Contemporary- A category or clothing that often contains more modern style clothes compared to the higher end luxury market
Resort- The pre-collection that comes after fall/winter clothes have gone on sale but before spring/summer clothes have been delivered to stores
Ready-to-Wear- Clothing that is factory-produced in standard sizes. From the French phrase “prêt-à-porter,” it refers to any clothing that is not custom-made. Everyone makes it, from fashion houses like Christian Dior to contemporary brands like Off-White.
Haute Couture- The business of designing and selling custom-made clothes for private customers
Capsule Colection- An edited collection of inter-changeable clothing pieces. The concept behind this idea is giving customers around 10 staple pieces (coats, blouses, trousers, and more) that can be mixed-and-matched so as to maximize your outfit potential.
Lookbook- A compilation of images, showcasing a designer's upcoming collection. These are useful if you’re a brand that doesn’t have a runway show, but wants to present their collection in an artistic way. It’s also a helpful outlet to show ways to style the product, which translates to customers buying said product.
Sartorial- Of or relating to fashion. A word usually used in fashion articles, oftentimes with a slight menswear association.
Trompe l'Oeil- “To fool the eye” An artistic technique where realistic imagery is used so to appear three dimensional.
Bias Cut- A garment that is cut diagonally. Because the fabric is cut diagonally (“on the bias”), the fabric clings and cascades over curves. This distinctively ‘90s dress style evokes memories of style icons from that time.
Knife Pleat- Pleats that are usually situated one inch apart.
Appliqué- A decorative design made of one piece of fabric sewn or emboidered on top of another.
Neats- Small socks (often ankle-length), with evenly spaced designs.
Hypebeast- A hypebeast is a slang word for someone, who follows trends in fashion, particularly streetwear, for the purpose of making a social statement. Hypebeasts sometimes purchase luxury or contemporary items to resell for a higher price.
Bomber- A casual jacket that is loose with fitted waist and wrist cuffs, resembling the jackets worn by American bomber pilots in WW2.
X-Ray Fabrics- Sheer fabric with a translucent effect.
Minimalist Fashion- Having a minimal approach to fashion means that you approach your closet with intentionality, not aiming for the largest (or smallest) number of things. Rather, your aim is a wardrobe that fits your lifestyle, and is filled with high-quality, long-lasting pieces you love.
Belt Bag- A small pouch that is either attaches to a belt or comes with its own strapand is worn around the waist. A higher end version of a fanny pack.
Puffer- A nylon puff coat that can be worn a number of ways including with a belt at the waist, off the shoulder like seen in Balenciaga's Fall 2017 collection, or secured all the way to the top.
Dad Sneakers- Sneakers with chunky soles, much like the ones that our dads wore in the past. The style was popularized by the release of the Balenciaga Triple-S.

Clothing, Fashion, and Costuming in the Theater Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Shoes that were very popular for actors to wear duckbill shoes
The clothes in this time period were much more colorful, _________ and fancy elaborate
The most important visual element in a play costumes
The color that represents fire, power, and importance red
The color that represents power, importance, and wealth indigo
The color that represents royalty purple
The color that represents wealth white
The color that represents power black
The color that represents joy pink
The color that represents heavenly grace blue
The color that represents renewal and hope yellow
The color that represents royalty, nobility, divinity, majesty, wealthiness gold
Wore a shirt, stockings, codpiece, corset, doublet, separate sleeves, breeches, belt, ruff, cloak, shoes, and hat men
Wore a smock, stockings, bodice, roll, farthingale, stomacher, petticoat, kirtle, forepart, partlet, gown, separate sleeves, ruff, cloak, shoes, and hat women
Very poofy, large, collared, and eye-catching dresses
A necessity in theaters, worn on the head headwear
Women had restriction on the widths of their_____ shoes
Tall shoes were called chopines
Shoes were made out of this and wood leather
When performing, the actors were not dressed as the people in the play's time period, but in their own Elizabethian_______ fashion
The clothing materials indicated the ____ played by the actor role

Fashion Through the Ages Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Back in the early 1900s, how many dresses did women wear in a day Four
What was the name of the era that influenced early 1900s fashion? Edwardian
In 1910, what dress accessory became out of fashion? This accessory helped women achieve a small waist Corsets
What accessory would women wear to protect their clothing while riding in the automobile? Dust coat
Long beads, loose fitting dresses with shorter hemlines- these are the characteristics of what dress style? Flapper
In the 1910s and 1940s, what influenced men’s fashion? War
In which decade did shoulder pads begin to emerge in women's fashion? 1940s
Which style of music influenced fashion in the 1950s? (word-and-word) Rock and Roll
In the 1920s women transitioned from wearing barrel-shaped outfits to ___ outfits (two words) High-waisted
Which accessory was most prominent in the 1920s? - these accessories were worn around the neck and wrist and on the hands as well. Jewelry
When did the first three-piece suit emerge for men? 1930s
Who revolutionized 1940s fashion with his ‘New Look’? Christian Dior
What was a popular silhouette look in the 50s? (two words) pencil-skirt
What is the name of the feminist ideal that emerged in the late 19th century and also had a great influence on feminism well into the 20th century? (two words) New Woman
Who popularized the simplistic, straight-lined flapper style of the roaring 20s? Coco Chanel
An idolized figure through the fashion reform of the 20s was… (she was the wife of F. Scott Fitzgerald) Zelda Fitzgerald
What major event sparked the dress reform in the 1910s? (its the abbreviation for the name) WW1
Post-Women’s suffrage, women in baseball during the progressive period tried out ___ for their uniform Knickers
Which sport helped influence the switch to more manageable clothing for women to wear? Tennis
What famous fashion magazine began as a weekly newspaper in 1892 in the U.S? Vogue
In which month of the year 1932 did American Vogue place it's first color photograph on the cover? July
What year did Vogue become a monthly publication? 1973
Who founded Vogue? Arthur Turnure
What was a common hairstyle for women in the 60s? Bob
Which movement cause an uprising in experiments with many colors and patterns? (two words) Hippie Movement
What was the name of the corset that was fashionable during the 1900s? (letter-word) S-bend
In the 1930s, which type of neck line became more popular? (word-letter-word) Lock V neckline
Because of WW2 in the 40s, women had to fill the mens jobs which caused what accessory to become more unisex? Suit coats
Which sleeve style from the early 1900s resurfaced in the 1950s? (two words) Puffy Sleeves
What was the iconic skirt design in the 50s? (two words) Poodle skirts
When did the grunge era begin? 1990s
Which style of pants did the hippies popularize? (two words) Bell-bottoms
Which style of music introduced platform shoes? Disco
This type of top became a widespread phenomenon in the early 70s. Often most outfits were judged and almost entirely depended on this. Sweater
Which decade broke many fashion traditions, mirroring social movements during the time? 1960s
Which first lady introduced the pillbox hat? Jackie Kennedy
Space age fashion came into style because of what major event? (two words) Space Race
The overall silhouette narrowed and straightened, beginning a trend that would continue into the years leading up to what war? (two words) Great War
____ is the creation of exclusive custom-fitted clothing (two words) Haute Couture
Which animal skin were commonly used to make shoes in the early 1900s for people in a higher social class? Seal

French Clothing Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Clothes vêtements
Jacket blouson
Men's button-down shirt Chemise
Women's button-down shirt chemisier
Coat manteau
Polo shirt Polo
Blazer Veste
Hat chapeau
Jeans Jeans
Sweater Pull
Raincoat Imper
Tie Cravate
Skirt Jupe
Dress Robe
TIghts Collant
Socks chaussettes
Shoes chaussures
Cardigan Sweater Cardigan
Gloves Gants
Scarf écharpe
T-shirt tee-shirt
Boots Bottes
Sandals sandales
Base-ball cap casquette
Sweat-suit Jogging
Shorts Short
Sweatshirt Sweat
Swimsuit maillot de bain
Pajamas pyjama
Belt ceinture
Glasses lunettes
Sneakers Baskets
Necklace Collier
Ring Bague
Bracelet Bracelet
Chain Chaine
Umbrella parapluie
Wallet portefeuille
Handbag, purse sac à main
Watch Montre
Pants Pantalon

Personal Protective Equipment Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Arm Guard
Steel
Scabbard
Polar Bear Sleeves
Mesh Glove
PPE
Rubber Gloves
Rubber Apron
Mesh Apron
Polar Bear Gloves
Knife
Hook
Safety Glasses
Ear Plugs
Hair Net
Hard Hat
Pants
Shirts
Belt
Boots

Les Vêtements Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

vest veste
glasses lunettes
ring bague
shoes chaussures
men's suit costume
necklace collier
women's suit tailleur
necktie cravate
robe peignoir
gloves gants
sweatshirt sweat
silver argent
men's dress shirt chemise
sweater chandail
raincoat imperméable
boots BOTTES
a watch MONTRE
made of gold OR
a skirt JUPE
wallet PORTEFEUILLE
light jacket BLOUSON
baseball cap casquette
track suit jogging
tight (feminine) serrée
pretty (masculine) joli
to sell vendre

Human body and movement Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Which group of muscles located in the shoulder acts to support the joint during rotation movements? Rotator Cuffs
What type of joint is the shoulder? Ball and socket
Name the function of the skeleton beginning with S Structural shape
Which component of a synovial joint lubricates and nourishes the joint? Synovial fluid
What type of joint is the knee? Hinge joint
What movement does the shoulder do? Extension
What type of muscle starts with a H Hamstring
What muscle is located at the top of the legs Glutus maximus
Name one of Bo'ness that form the shoulder joint? Scapula
What bone sits in front of the knee joint? Patella
What bones form the head and thee respectively? Cranium
What bone is in the head? Cranium
What bone keeps you upright? Vertebrae
Name one of the ankle joints Fibula
What type of joint is the elbow? Hinge

Milady Chapter 17 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Head-shaped form, usually made of canvas-covered cork or Styrofoam, to which the wig is sucured for fitting, cleaning, coloring, and styling block
Method of attaching hair extensions in which hair wefts or single strands are attached with an adhesive or a glue gun bonding
Wigs consisting of elasticized mesh-fiber bases to which the hair is attached cap wigs
Machine-made wigs in which rows of wefts are sewn to elastic strips in a circular pattern to fit the head shape capless wigs
hair that has been shed from the head or gathered from a hairbrush, as opposed to hair that has been cut fallen hair
Method of attaching extensions in which extention hair is bonded to the clients own hair with a bonding material that is activated by heat from a special tool fusion
Hair additions that are secured to the base of the clients natural hair in order to add length, volume, texture, or color hair extensions
Small wig used to cover the top or crown of the head; does not fullt cover the head; toupee hairpiece
Wigs made by inserting individual strands of hair into mesh foundations and knotting them with a needle hand tied wigs
Hairpiece with an opening in the base through which the clients own hair is pulled to blend with the hair of the hairpiece integration hairpiece

Shakespeare & Elizabethan Era Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Shakespeare's place of birth. Stratford
Name of Shakespeare's wife. AnneHathaway
Shakespeare's most famous play. RomeoandJuliet
The movie 'She's the man' is based on this play. TwelfthNight
The most famous playwright during the Elizabethan times. ChristopherMarlowe
A famous actor who performs for Shakespeare and their group. RichardBurbage
This colour is a sign of royalty. Purple
In Elizabethan times, where did one get the dye of the colour of royalty from? seasnails
When were plays held? afternoon
What did clothes represent? socialstatus
How much did groundlings pay to watch a performance at the theatre? penny
Women fixed their hair with a wire frame that formed a __________ shape during the Elizabethan times. heart
What were the toilets called in that period of time? chamberpots
The Black Death is also known as the _______________ . Plague
Men and women wore ______________ that were influenced by Spanish couture. highcollars
How was the Black Death spread? fleas
Where did the costumes for the performances come from? richbenefactors
Who played a woman's part in a play? men
What was the number one job for women during the Elizabethan era? marriage
The punishment for women who gossiped too much were put in a brank, paraded around town and ________________. whipped
The name of one of Shakespeare's relatives who was arrested and executed for plotting against Queen Elizabeth. WilliamArden
What was the name of Shakespeare's son who died in 1596? Hamnet
A story of a person's life written in the words of another person. biography
What was Shakespeare's first name? William

30 Fashion Facts 1980 - 2000 by Finley McG Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

In the 1980s women’s shoes had? Pointed toes and spiked heels
Mood rings in the 1980s showed your? Emotion
80s TV programme Miami Vice made ________ (7) underneath expensive suits popular. t-shirts
Rock musicians started the trend of ______ (6) jeans. Ripped
Some men liked to tie their hair in? Ponytails
What shoes/boots were wore by both men and women in the 80s? Doc Martens
__________(10) were elastic bands made for women’s new long hair trend Scrunchies
80’s baggy trousers called after rapper MC Hammer were? Hammer Pants
______(6) prints came particularly common in the late 80s animal
In 1999 people wore ______(6) to represent the new melenium silver
________(8) boots had thick high heels. Platform
In the early 90s men and boys hardly wore ______(6) clothing anymore. dressy
In 1990s _____(5) _____(5) came in new bright colours track___ suits
The more _________(9) the jeans were, the cooler they were! Colourful
You could have anything made out of ______(6) headbands, skirts, tops, trousers and more Velvet
The popularity for _________(10) continued in the early 2000s camouflage
_____(5) ________(8)became popular for the first time in 1993 and is still popular today Tommy Hilfiger
Nearly everyone was wearing ______(6) t-shirts in the early 80s slogan
____(4) clothing ruled the 90s Fubu
Children in the 90s wore ____(4) bracelets snap
Rock stars brought the back to front ___(3) into trend in 1980 Cap
Kids wore ___(3) ___(3) t-shirt regularly Tie-dye
Boys wore their hair in _______(8) Curtains
___(3) made the coolest jumpers Gap
___(3) jeans were high waisted and tightened at the back Mum
The early 1990s loved denim so they created ________(8) Overalls
In the 90s if you didn’t like overalls there was the choice of the ______(4) suit which was denim trousers and waist coat worn together Jean
Sneakers were big in the 90s but the most popular sneaker was the ___(3) _______(7) Air Jordans
As well as scrunchies ________(9) hair clips came into fashion Butterfly
In the late 1990s stripy and patterned _____(6) were popular for girls Tights