Silhouette: The general shape or outline of the human body.
Single-breasted: A jacket fastened down the front with a single row of buttons. See also Double-breasted.
Sole: The bottom of a shoe, covering the bottom of the foot.
Straights: The forms, or lasts, used to make the soles of shoes without differentiating between the left and right feet.
Suede: Skin from a young goat, called kidskin or calfskin, buffed to a velvet-like finish.
Synthetic: A term used to describe chemically made fabrics, such as nylon, acrylic, polyester, and vinyl.
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