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Anatomy of a Shirt

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on 4 November 2013

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Transcript of Anatomy of a Shirt

Anatomy of a Shirt
Point Collar
Button-down Collar
Semi-Spread Collar
Shirt Fittings
Slim Fit
Regular Fit
Barrel Cuffs
French Cuffs

the more traditional type of collar
more casual among the 3 collars. can be used with or wothout a tie
not too fashion forward, not too traditional. works for every kind of suit and tie
the more traditional type of cuff.
can be rounded, square, or mitered
more formal type of cuff and used with cuff links
the little triangular piece of fabric
sewn in where the side seam meets
the hem of the shirt.
it adds extra strength to this high
stress area.
most brands dont use gussets
because its a time consuming technique
For a more elegant look,
stronger seams and lesspuckering
Little pointy material that
helps keep the collar from
curling and rolling up
An extra piece of material sewn in
the garment that gives an extra
Are the 2 curved seams at the
back of the shirt that takes in
the extra fabric
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