Ascot tie: A wide, short neck tie fastened with a pin
Barrel cuff: A shirt sleeve cuff fastened with buttons
Braces: see suspenders
Boutonniere: floral adornment, normally a single bud, worn pinned to a jacket lapel
Bow tie: a knotted neck tie
Collar: the folded upper panel on a jacket or shirt that covers the neck.
Cuff: may refer to the wrist panel on shirt sleeves or to a folded finish on a trouser leg.
Cummerbund: formal silk waist covering, often pleated
Cravat: a scarf worn around the neck in the manner of a tie
Double breast: a jacket or waistcoat with overlapping front panels and two vertical rows of buttons
Dinner jacket: the British term for a tuxedo jacket
French cuff: a double-length shirt sleeve cuff that folds over on itself, fastened with cufflinks
Flat front: pants without a waistband pleat extending down the thigh
Gorge: the cut-in point where a jacket lapel meets the collar.
Morning coat: a type of tailcoat with one broad, knee-length tail
Neck tie: a conventional, long tie
Notch lapel: a conventional jacket lapel where the collar and lapel meet to form a wide V.
Peak lapel: a formal jacket lapel which sits close to the collar, pointing up and beyond it
Placket: the strip of fabric housing buttons and buttonholes on a shirt front or sleeves
Point collar: a shirt collar with points that land just on either side of the tie
Shawl collar: a formal jacket collar that sweeps in one rounded continuous piece with no lapel or gorge.
Spread collar: a shirt collar with points that land a few centimetres away from either side of the tie
Step lapel: see notch lapel
Suspenders: an alternative to a belt, adjustable straps attach from the front pants waistband over the shoulder to the back of the pants
Tail coat: jacket featuring waist-length front panels and longer, knee-length rear panels.
Tuxedo jacket: a jacket featuring a contrast lapel in a silk sheen
Wing collar: a short, standing collar with small tips that sit horizontally