Waistcoats for name
A waistcoat (also known as a vest) is a sleeveless upper-body garment that is worn over a dress shirt. It is worn snuggly against the body and can be the third piece of a three-piece business suit. Once virtually a mandatory article of men's clothing, the waistcoat is mainly seen as a fashionable garment that regularly comes into fashion. When placed over pants and a shirt a waistcoat instantly elevates the dressiness of an outfit. Classification: Business, Business Casual.
Vests originate in Persian and have been worn in a similar style by men for over 300 hundred years. In the 1900s, the vest was worn in wintertime under single-breasted suits more for the practical reason of keeping out the cold rather than for fashion or formality. These vests were in the same fabric as the suit.
Vests come in and out of fashion regularly, but they never go out of style. They lend a certain air of authority to suits, but there are a few rules that should not be broken: