- Nov 7, 2016
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I think I'm possibly being a bit dim.Your shoulders are very square. Best to lower at the neck and raise the the shoulder point. Picture the center of your shoulder as the fulcrum on a teeter totter. Why do you say raise the collar?
My thinking was that when you said 'That’s why you need the shoulder cut higher at the shoulder point. Normal approach to square shoulders is to lower the point at the neck'. Being a MtM company, I would imagine they adjust for square shoulders using the 'normal approach', so they would lower the neck to make the shoulder line more square. By raising the collar, it would be similar to having the 'Shoulder cut higher at the shoulder point'. Although, now I read that back to myself, that might just bring me right back to the beginning. I think I've got it completely wrong here!
I think I thought raising the collar would be the same as raising the neck point.
@Despos Edit: I re-read your responses, and I think I'm finally clear on what you're saying - sorry it took so long! I thought you meant just to raise the shoulder, but without lowering the point at the neck, but I believe you're saying do both: