Save the Fashion Industry  |  Fashion
 Morning Coat - Definitions for the Clothing & Textile Industry
 

Suit Factory Suit Retailers  Suit Wholesalers Fashion  Uniform Factories  Definition List   Fashion Industry News  Clothes

 

A
morning coat or cutaway is a man's coat worn as the principal item in morning dress. First appearing as an alternative to the frock coat, it has become increasingly rarely worn since the 19th century, and today is normally only seen at weddings, very formal funerals and, in England, race meetings such as Royal Ascot and the Derby. Also, the United States Solicitor General typically wears it when arguing before the United States Supreme Court.

A morning coat is a single-breasted coat, the front parts usually meeting at one button in the middle, and curving away into a pair of tails behind. The lapels are usually peaked, not notched, and there are two buttons in the back of the waist. The coat can be grey, as part of a morning suit, or black, in which case it is usually worn with striped trousers.

See also Formal wear, Coat (clothing).

The above article is licensed under the GNU Free Documentation License. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Morning_coat). 8/5/05
Discussion boards are a great place to meet other members of the fashion industry, get advice, and share information.  This forum was created to discuss the topic of this page.  If you have questions, or information to improve this page, please join in the community discussion below.  Please keep the communication on topic and for the purpose of education.
 
comments powered by Disqus
  Fashion Industry
 
  
 


Apparel Search   Add Your Company   Contact Us   About Us   Advertise   News Letter   Legal   Help
Copyright 1999-2017 Apparel Search Company.  All Rights Reserved. 

privacy policy