Originally Posted by Shirtmaven
reduce the yoke 1-2" i cant see where the seam lands.
reduce the chest 2" this will automatically raise the armhole
sleeves look long send a photo with the sleeves unbuttoned and hanging straight.
the cuffs are either very stiff or too tight.
good luck with round 2
i bet the fabric will feel the exact same on your computer screen!
My suggestion was to shift the whole armhole back (4-5 cm perhaps), and I find it is easy to reference to the yoke and then everything else shift with it.
However, as the OP suggest that this shirt was a copy of an RTW shirts he thought fitted well, in my experience, RTW armholes are still at least 2cm to low even when the shoulder point fell properly, so by reducing the yoke/chest as a result of bringing in the armhole, in my experience will not results in a smaller armhole, especially if the manufacturer still reference to the RTW model armhole first sent.