Deutsch: Front / Español: Frente / Português: Front / Français: Front / Italiano: Fronte
Front may refer to an area where armies are engaged in conflict Front, types of military formations.

In the fashion context, "front" refers to the part of a garment that faces forward when it is worn. Here are some examples:

  1. "The front of this shirt has a button placket and a pocket."
  2. "I love the way the front of this dress has a deep V-neckline."
  3. "The front of this jacket has a zipper and snap closures."

Some similar terms in the fashion context include:

  1. Back: This term refers to the part of a garment that faces backward when it is worn. The back of a garment can have details such as a zipper, buttons, or a keyhole.
  2. Neckline: This term refers to the shape of the opening at the top of a garment, which can be in the front, back, or both. Necklines can be round, V-shaped, scoop, etc.
  3. Hemline: This term refers to the edge of a garment, which can be straight, curved, or asymmetrical. The hemline can be in the front, back, or both.
  4. Placket: This term refers to the opening in the front of a garment that allows it to be put on and taken off. Plackets can be found on shirts, dresses, and jackets and can have buttons or a zipper.
  5. Lapel: This term refers to the folded flap of fabric on the front of a jacket or coat that forms the collar. The lapel can be notched, peaked, or shawl-shaped.


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