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Mens Fashion with letter P

Below is a list of words, starting with the letter "P", that are related to mens fashion & style. At Ties-Necktie.com it is our goal to create a complete Encyclopedia on Mens Fashion with information on industry specific jargon, dress codes, fabrics, history of particular clothing items, stories on designer labels and brands, and much more. To contribute, and/or to make suggestions send us and e-mail. We look forward to hear from you.

Poplin 

Poplin, or also known as Irish Poplin, is a fabric made from both silk in the warp and worsted yarn in the weft. To read more on Poplin, please click the link on the left.

Paisley 

The Paisley is the name of an amoeba-like pattern of Indian origin. It is a common pattern on fabrics including men's ties. To read more about the Paisley pattern please click the link on the left.

Pleat 

A pleat is a type of fold used to either taper, or to decorate a piece of clothing. To read more on the use of pleats in fashion please click the link on the left.

Paul Smith 

Paul Smith is a British fashion designer and clothing brand that was founded in Nottingham in 1970. To read more on this label and the designer please click the link.

Pierre Cardin 

Pierre Cardin is a french fashion house founded by Italian-born Pietro Cardin in 1950. To read more on this brand and its influence on mens fashion please click the link.

Polo Shirt 

The polo is a short sleeve collared shirt made from a tightly knitted oxford cotton fabric. To read the entire story of the polo shirt, please click this link.

Pocket Watch 

The pocket watch is the original 'portable' timepiece first introduced in the 15th century. To read the entire story of the pocket watch please click the link.

Pocket Watch 

The pocket watch is the original 'portable' timepiece first introduced in the 15th century. To read the entire story of the pocket watch please click the link.

Patent Leather 

Patent leather is a high gloss type of leather that is commonly used on formal dress shoes. To read more on patent leather click this link.

Plaid 

Plaid is a type of checkered pattern that is commonly used for weaving fabrics. To read the entire story of the plaid pattern, please click this link.

Pork Pie Hat 

The pork pie hat looks like a flat fedora with sharper edges. To read the entire story of the pork pie hat please click the link.

Pea Coat 

The pea coat is a waist long overcoat worn by both men and women. To read more on the pea coat please click this link.

Pashmina 

Pashmina is a type of wool made from the fur of the pashmina goat. To read the entire story of pashima, its uses, and other trivia, please click this link.

Pumps 

Although pumps mostly refer to a women's shoe style, men also wear pumps for formal occasions. To read the entire story on pumps, please click this link.

Polyester 

Polyester is a synthetic fiber that was first introduced in the 1940s. Today polyester is commonly blended with other natural fibers to create more durable and easier-to-care-for fabrics. To read more please click this link.

Pique 

The term pique refers to a unique fabric weave, commonly used for cotton fiber, that is recognized by a small ribbing. To read more on pique and to see a picture please click this link.

Pajamas 

The term Pajamas, also known as PJ's, is an article of clothing worn to bed by both men and women. To read the entire story of pajamas please click this link.

Pin Stripe 

Pin stripe is a fabric pattern commonly found on mens suits. To read more on this type of pattern, to see pictures, and for tips on how to match a pin-striped suit, please click this link.

Pina Fabric 

Pina fabric is made out of the leaves from the pineapple plant. It has a course basket weave look that is similar to linen. To read more and to see pictures please click this link.

Parachute Pants 

Parachute pants are nylon made pants that were most popular during the 1970s to the early 1990s. To read more about Parachute pants and to see pictures please click here:

Poncho 

Read about the origin of the Poncho. See pictures and read detailed description of the poncho. For more info click this link:

Poulaines 

A long pointed shoe style from the 14th century. For more information on the Poulaines please click here:

Placket 

The placket is the area used to button a mens dress shirt. For more information on the placket and why they are used on mens dress shirts, please click here:

Panama Hat 

The Panama Hat is a brimmed straw hat made popular by no other than Theadore Roosevelt. For more info on the Panama Hat please click here:
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