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Roll below jacket collar

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by hopkins_student, May 14, 2013.

  1. hopkins_student

    hopkins_student Distinguished Member

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    I know we've talked about fixing it, but this question is about when it should and should not occur. My favorite suit jacket has no roll when I put it on and am standing normally. However, as soon as I tilt my head back or shrug my shoulders even the slightest amount I develop a small roll. So, is this worth seeking tailoring intervention or would just just leave well enough alone?
     


  2. havingaraveup

    havingaraveup Senior Member

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    I'd love to know what causes this, but it's one of the things that indicates a good jacket to me. I cant buy a jacket if i sit down and see that happen. I figure its a fault in the quality overall that a tailor can't really fully fix, but I'd be curious to see where this thread goes.
     


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    JohnnyLaw Distinguished Member

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    That sounds normal to me.
     


  4. VinnyMac

    VinnyMac Distinguished Member

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    When you're moving, the jacket's not going to look the same way that it does when you're standing still. Tilting your head back changes the position of the collar, so it's not surprising that there will be a ruffle or roll. Your situations seems normal, but I can't tell without pictures.
     
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