Tom: Â Don't despair. Â It takes a few orders to tweak the Jantzen process. Â I think the shirt looks good, but might benefit from a few modifications. Â I'm a proponent of collar points being as long as facial structure will permit, so I'd suggest adding just a bit of collar point length. Posted by BGW:The shouder width, as BGW has noted, is a bit wide and should be reduced; and you might do well to request a slimmer cut. Â Sleeve length for a dress shirt which is meant to be worn under a jacket must be sufficiently long for a proper display of linen, as well as to facilitate elevation or extension of the arms without retraction of the cuff into the jacket sleeve. Â I would say, then, that the sleeve length is okay: an abundance of sleeve material is the price we must pay; but under the jacket, it's never seen. Were I to order an oxford style shirt intended purely for casual wear without a jacket, I would hasten to shorten the sleeve length for a more fitted and sharper look.
Quote:Your shirt's shoulders are too broad, it's sleeves too long, and body too wide.