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Critique My Shirt

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by GrensonMan, Dec 15, 2013.

  1. GrensonMan

    GrensonMan Senior member

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    Greetings All,

    I am going to have a shirt made by Luxire but before I do, I wanted to improve upon what I considered my best fitting shirt. Some things that I have noticed (but may be incorrect) is that I have sloping shoulders which cause the fabric to pull from the traps to the arm pit. This is usually apparent in a shirt that is more form fitting in the chest. The arm length seems to be spot on and is comfortable. I would like to see the arm holes a bit higher as I think that will give me more range of motion and cause less pulling. There is a bit of bunching in the back when it is tucked in. I think taking it in slightly will fix that. All critiques and advice welcome!

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  2. GrensonMan

    GrensonMan Senior member

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    Bump.

    If this is not the correct section for critiques let me know, I will delete and move.
     

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