THE FIT THAT MAKES THE MAN...THE LOOK YOU WANT. Customize our Men's multi-size shirt pattern to fit you and your lifestyle perfectly. Are you traditional man? Go with the Classic Fit, always in and never out. Do you want something more on trend and a bit more casual? The Modern Fit is the way to go. Want to look hip and show off your hard work at the gym? Slim Fit is in.
CLASSIC FIT: The classic fit offers you a traditionally cut shirt that is relaxed through your chest and shoulders. Collar stays add crispness for a professional look that will carry you from the breakfast meeting to the board meeting at the end of the day. Put your company ID card or cash clip into your pocket and you're set to go.
MODERN FIT: This stylishly streamlined shirt is more fitted through the chest and shoulders, and has higher armholes and more fitted sleeves than the Classic Fit. Combined with a raised back yoke, the look is contemporary and current. Finish the look with a tie and collar stays for a meeting with your clients during work hours, then whip off the tie, loosen your collar and remove the collar stays for the basketball game later.
SLIM FIT: Back darts shape the fit for this up-to-the minute body-conscious shirt, removing excess fabric to define your waist. With higher armholes and a shirt more fitted through the chest, shoulders and sleeves than the Classic Fit, the look is urban and hip, no matter where you live. Wear with a skinny tie at your company's tech convention, and then add a skinny blazer for the awards dinner afterwards.
Size: 34-36-38-40-42, 44-46-48-50-52
This Simplicity sewing pattern comes with a 1:1 pattern for different garment sizes. Using a tracing wheel, you can draw the pattern directly to the fabric or precut from tracing paper.
Refer to the chart to see:
- recommended fabric qualityes
- body dimensions in inch (") and cm
- garment sizes (American and European)
- the amount of fabric required (usually 150 cm wide) for different garment sizes in inch (") and cm
Simplicity make sewing patterns in USA from 1927.