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Originally Posted by mafoofan View Post
There seems to be some confusion over what constitutes a 'French' placket. A French placket is 'plain' in the sense that there is no seam or stitching distinguishing it from the body of the shirt.

This is a French placket:
Could you please post a photo of both types of plackets? This will permit all readers of this thread to hopefully reach a general consensus on the correct name for each placket. After reading all three pages of this thread i am still confused.
post #47 of 47

lmao.​

 

just read this thread...omg

 

 

a thread could not be more confusing!.....wow

 

 

French = no placket

 

a plain placket is not  French......

 

a placket is a placket.

 

I guess some say French placket..but it has NO placket....!!!!!..it is French.

 

traditionally, a French front was considered MORE dressy...but there was always debate about that.///......always.

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