Looking for heavier-weight jantzen's fabrics

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  1. FCS

    FCS Senior member

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    For those who are experienced in dealing with Jantzen, can I ask some suggestions on their heavier-weight fabrics? I'm only looking for solid colours, no white, brown, and brownish.

    Alaso, the Jantzen's shirt that I just received have some folding on my back neck and shoulder blade. It's not too bad but what should I specify in order to rectify the problem on future orders?
     


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    Chances are anything in a twill weave would be heavier.

    Don't know about the "folds" you're talking about. Are you talking about the pleats?
     


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    Alias, I was referring to some wrinkling on the back-neck area.
     


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    Try the shoulder shape option. There is an option for square shoulder, among others.
     


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    Alias, I was referring to some wrinkling on the back-neck area.
    Try the shoulder shape option. Â There is an option for square shoulder, among others.
    Yeah, that's what I specified. Dunno if Ricky made it wrong or what. He forgot to put buttons on the sleeve gusset, for one.
     


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