An outer garment for men or women, originally of fur, or lined with fur; a lady's or child's long outer garment, made of silk or other fabric.
An outdoor garment for women, usually flowing to the ankle, and hooded.
Hussar jacket with fur trim sometimes worn over one shoulder.
a sleeveless cape that is lined or trimmed with fur
a long coat that could be lighter weight, made from linen, or thick and warm with fur edging
a woman's wide and padded mantle with two arm slits and sometimes with hood.
Padded cloak or coat worn for warmth by women.
A coat of any length between mid thigh and mid ankle. The woman on the right is wearing a yellow pelisse.
knee-length fur cape with broad collar.
a light coat, with or without sleeves, buttoning down the front, and hanging to about shin level. (See my article under the History section, Photos of Real Regency Clothing.)
An outdoor garment of any material to be worn over a dress. It differed from a coat in that it had no lapels. The name originally indicated a garment made of fur.
A Pelisse is originally a cloak made of fur or which is fur-lined, most notably referring to the dolman. Hussar regiments wore pelisses overhanging their shoulders, which had a fur trim.