SUPERIOR
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  • Set-in
  • Short and Straight
  • Long and Tailored
  • Long and Tapered
  • Over Shoulder
  • Dropped
  • Raglan
  • Saddle
  • Rolled up
  • Epaulettes
  • Shoulder Features
  • Scandinavian
  • Short and Cuffed
  • Short and Angled
  • Half
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Description:
A sleeve sewn into an armhole where the seam line sits on the edge of the shoulder. Classification: Formal, Business, Business Casual, Casual.

INSTRUCTIONS
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SUPERIOR
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Personal Overview

Basics: Sleeves for name

Sleeves fall to the outside of your body and can significantly alter your silhouette making you appear larger of smaller in size.

Long sleeves are dressier, more professional, grown-up, and definitely more stylish than short sleeves.

The head of the sleeve (where it meets the body of the shirt, sweater or top) has the power to dramatically change the appearence of your shoulders, either affording them a stronger stance or making their slope appear greater.

 

General Overview

Basics: Sleeves

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