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post #31 of 36
i like my shirts with no pleats of any kind. darts if i have to take the waist in a bit.


it gets windy up here sometimes and you see the office dudes in the parking lots with their dress shirts set a sail in the wind like huge windbreakers or sails on a yacht in the america's cup.
post #32 of 36
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These photos are from Mafoofan. as you can see it's shirred/grinze along the entire back below the yoke. hope that helps

Thanks for those pictures Kazou. That does help. It looks better than what I had thought.
post #33 of 36
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These photos are from Mafoofan. as you can see it's shirred/grinze along the entire back below the yoke. hope that helps
Some of my IGN Joseph shirts feature the same kind of grinze. I like it because it is a very subtle detail that most will not even notice.
post #34 of 36
No Pleats or Side Pleats.

Hate the box pleat.
post #35 of 36
If you don't do pleats think about opting for the split yoke cut on the bias to allow some natural stretching in the shoulders.
post #36 of 36
I always get a flat back with no pleats. It looks cleaner. I do at times add darts, but not very often. I good fitting shirt with a split yoke looks good and does not need pleats.
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