As/Is·Posted on Aug 28, 2019If You Can Ace This Fashion Vocabulary Test, You Might Just Be A Style IconEspadrilles and peplum and shibori, oh my!by Emmy FavillaBuzzFeed ContributorFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink Sure, you wear clothes every day — and you probably look damn good doing it, too! — but let's see how well you know these ~fashion~ vocabulary words, shall we? What is Lyocell? A triangular-shaped belt buckle Correct Incorrect A triangular-shaped belt buckle A thick, coarse yarn Correct Incorrect A thick, coarse yarn An eco-friendly rayon Correct Incorrect An eco-friendly rayon A pleated-back dress Correct Incorrect A pleated-back dress Correct! Wrong! An eco-friendly rayon! Lyocell is sustainable, biodegradable, natural material made of cellulose from wood pulp. Via Fascinadora / iStock / Getty Images Plus What is prêt-à-porter? High-fashion pieces Correct Incorrect High-fashion pieces Ready-to-wear clothes Correct Incorrect Ready-to-wear clothes An exclusive clothing line Correct Incorrect An exclusive clothing line Personalized tailored clothing Correct Incorrect Personalized tailored clothing Correct! Wrong! Ready-to-wear clothes! Prêt-à-porter basically refers to mass-produced clothing made in many sizes at factories, ready for you to buy off the rack (as opposed to, say, bespoke or haute couture pieces). Via FiledIMAGE / iStock / Getty Images Plus What is a furbelow? An elegant formal hat Correct Incorrect An elegant formal hat A style of patterned lace Correct Incorrect A style of patterned lace An A-line-style coat Correct Incorrect An A-line-style coat A pleated or gathered piece of material Correct Incorrect A pleated or gathered piece of material Correct! Wrong! A pleated or gathered piece of material! Furbelow refers to a gathered, ruffled strip of material that typically provides some flounce. Via The_Chickenwing / iStock / Getty Images Plus What is a Dolman sleeve? A short, fluttery sleeve Correct Incorrect A short, fluttery sleeve A delicate mesh-material sleeve Correct Incorrect A delicate mesh-material sleeve A cape-like batwing sleeve Correct Incorrect A cape-like batwing sleeve A sleeve that flares at the elbow Correct Incorrect A sleeve that flares at the elbow Correct! Wrong! A cape-like batwing sleeve! Also known as a batwing, a Dolman sleeve is tight at the wrist and/or forearm but wide at the armhole, and looks like a cape from behind. Via Century 21 What is an armscye? The shape of an armhole Correct Incorrect The shape of an armhole A skinny necktie Correct Incorrect A skinny necktie A type of Oxford shoe Correct Incorrect A type of Oxford shoe A diagonal band of fabric Correct Incorrect A diagonal band of fabric Correct! Wrong! The shape of an armhole! An armscye is word used in tailoring or design that means the shape or the outline of a garment's armhole. Via Khosrork / iStock / Getty Images Plus What is an espadrille? A flatform sandal Correct Incorrect A flatform sandal A shoe with a canvas upper and rope sole Correct Incorrect A shoe with a canvas upper and rope sole A moccasin-style slip-on shoe Correct Incorrect A moccasin-style slip-on shoe A wool-lined boot Correct Incorrect A wool-lined boot Correct! Wrong! A shoe with a canvas upper and rope sole! An espadrille is a shoe with a fabric or canvas upper and a flexible rope sole. Via guenterguni / iStock / Getty Images Plus What is peplum? A ruffle or flare below the waistline Correct Incorrect A ruffle or flare below the waistline A sharp trouser pleat Correct Incorrect A sharp trouser pleat A style that incorporates many layers of tulle Correct Incorrect A style that incorporates many layers of tulle A very structured neckline Correct Incorrect A very structured neckline Correct! Wrong! A ruffle or flare below the waistline! Peplum refers to a ruffle or flare attached to the waistline of a top, dress, or jacket. Via Orbon Alija / iStock / Getty Images Plus What is shibori? A type of silk Correct Incorrect A type of silk A type of cotton Correct Incorrect A type of cotton Plush, lined slippers Correct Incorrect Plush, lined slippers A tie-dye technique Correct Incorrect A tie-dye technique Correct! Wrong! A tie-dye technique! Shibori refers to the tie-dye technique in which cloth is given a three-dimensional form by, for instance, folding, plaiting, or twisting, and then bound or knotted. Via Pink_Cactus / iStock / Getty Images Plus What is a shift dress? A dress with simple, straight lines Correct Incorrect A dress with simple, straight lines A dress with a cutout design Correct Incorrect A dress with a cutout design A dress with a ruffled hem Correct Incorrect A dress with a ruffled hem A dress with a plunging neckline Correct Incorrect A dress with a plunging neckline Correct! Wrong! A dress with simple, straight lines! A shift dress is a basic dress that isn't fitted to the body; it was a style that was very popular in the 1960s. Via ASOS What is an Empire waist? A very fitted waistline Correct Incorrect A very fitted waistline A waistline with a lace or fabric insert Correct Incorrect A waistline with a lace or fabric insert A waistline just under the bust Correct Incorrect A waistline just under the bust An asymmetrical waistline Correct Incorrect An asymmetrical waistline Correct! Wrong! A waistline just under the bust! An Empire waist describes a high waistline that falls just under the bust. Via wjenningsphotography / iStock / Getty Images Plus What is an appliqué? An ornamental shape affixed to fabric Correct Incorrect An ornamental shape affixed to fabric A knitted head covering Correct Incorrect A knitted head covering A super-elastic insert Correct Incorrect A super-elastic insert A ruffled skirt Correct Incorrect A ruffled skirt Correct! Wrong! An ornamental shape affixed to fabric! An appliqué is a cutout decoration affixed to a garment. Via cglade / iStock / Getty Images Plus What is a minaudière? A small woven hat Correct Incorrect A small woven hat A thin no-show sock Correct Incorrect A thin no-show sock A thin-banded braided ring Correct Incorrect A thin-banded braided ring A small decorative case Correct Incorrect A small decorative case Correct! Wrong! A small decorative case! A minaudière is a small case or handbag, typically used for cosmetics or jewelry, often adorned with jewels or other decorative techniques. Via Lexa11 / iStock / Getty Images Plus Dolman-sleeve image via Century 21; shift-dress image via Asos.