Definition of patch pocket in English:

patch pocket


  • A pocket made of a separate piece of cloth sewn on to the outside of a garment.

    ‘a shirtwaister with a full skirt and patch pockets’
    • ‘Experiment with the placement of applied details, such as patch pockets, appliqués and braid trims.’
    • ‘Officers in various forces have been wearing the new uniform, which includes a fleece to replace the normal pullover, and combat-style trousers with patch pockets on the legs.’
    • ‘Also, look for jackets featuring minimal lining and patch pockets; they'll remain popular for many seasons to come because they can easily be combined with sportier pants to give you a more relaxed appearance.’
    • ‘Her pants were khaki wide-leg French twill pants with sailor-style side-button closures and two back patch pockets.’
    • ‘Side 1 features designer patch pockets with hidden security pockets inside. Side 2 has two patch pockets with zipper closures.’
    • ‘The patch pocket on her jacket was supposed to have been ripped off.’
    • ‘All that's needed is a canvas khaki green belt, or even a jacket with patch pockets and very defined shoulders.’
    • ‘And since military style is stomping onto the fashion scene, jackets with defined shoulders, sharp cuts and patch pockets are extremely fashionable.’
    • ‘Lumber jackets were well-combined with polo jumpers and patch pockets with dark nuances of blue, green and brown.’
    • ‘With ageless patch pockets, elasticated cuffs and waist band, this is a must.’
    • ‘Made from 100% rayon, additional details include a patch pocket, open collar, coconut shell buttons and a straight bottom hem.’
    • ‘Skip the pleats patch pockets to keep things streamlined.’
    • ‘It features a left chest patch pocket, a clean front, and a shirttail hem.’
    • ‘Made of 100% cotton, 5-oz. twill, these button-downs have fine details like double-needle stitching for added durability, patch pockets and button-down collars.’
    • ‘On the denim vest pictured, for example, replace or cover the original patch pockets and upper collar with fringing fabric.’
    • ‘Almost all denim garments have bar-tacks at strategic points, such as the top of patch pockets, at the curve on the fly top-stitching, on the belt loops.’
    • ‘The tops of patch pockets really place stress on garments.’
    • ‘The pant is a 14-oz. double knit 100% polyester full-length pant, with full elastic waistband, belt loops, metal zipper, and a back patch pocket.’
    • ‘The desert camouflage night pattern trousers have a front opening, two-side slit type openings with flaps, and two hip patch pockets with flaps.’
    • ‘You can find some with patch pockets and/or elbow patches, others with big lapels and double-sided vents, but they all contribute to a revival of retro looks, circa the late '70s.’