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Patternmaking of Men`s Slim-fit Jacket Sloper for Men in Their 30`s according to numbers of Jacket button Part 2 - Focusing on the neck width setting -
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  • Journal title : Fashion & Textile Research Journal
  • Volume 18, Issue 1,  2016, pp.71-79
  • Publisher : The Korean Society for ClothIng Industry
  • DOI : 10.5805/SFTI.2016.18.1.71
 Title & Authors
Patternmaking of Men`s Slim-fit Jacket Sloper for Men in Their 30`s according to numbers of Jacket button Part 2 - Focusing on the neck width setting -
Kim, Myoung-Ok;
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 Abstract
This study aims to suggest the proper neck-width of slim-fit jackets according to numbers of jacket buttons from an one-button jacket to a four button jacket for men in their 30`s. The researchers carried out both an appearance evaluation and a movement functionality evaluation. When analyzing the appearance evaluation, there were meaningful differences. The one-button jacket showed a high score on the back-neck width of +2.4cm. The two-button jacket and the three button jacket showed a high score on the back-neck width of +1.4cm. The four-button jacket showed a high score on the back-neck width of +0.4cm. The result of movement functionality evaluation was not related to the appearance evaluation, and showed no meaningful difference. The one-button jacket and two button jacket showed high scores on the back-neck width of +2.4cm. The three button jacket showed a high score on the back-neck width of +1.4cm. The four-button jacket showed a high score on the back-neck width of +0.4cm. In analyzing both results, the study suggests that the proper front neck-width and that of the back-neck width of +2.4cm be for the one-button jacket, the back-neck width of +1.4cm be for the two-button jacket and the three-button jacket, while the back-neck width of +0.4cm be for the four-button jacket.
 Keywords
men`s wear;silm-fit jacket;pattern making;neck-width;
 Language
Korean
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