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Date: 5/11/13 9:55 AM

I've seen this style of jacket in nice RTW with a collar but with no lapel (or should I say no break line in the facing that would create the lapel?). What do you call this? I love the look of it, and I want to catalog it for future projects, but I feel like I need a better descriptor.

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Date: 5/11/13 11:48 AM

Soft Lapel Jacket.


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Date: 5/11/13 12:40 PM

I think it's called reverse lapel. Try googleing that term.

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Date: 5/11/13 1:52 PM

Another term I've heard used is inverted notched collar.

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Date: 5/11/13 9:52 PM

Is the model wearing rubber bands on her wrist?

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Date: 5/12/13 6:21 AM

Is the model wearing rubber bands on her wrist? Sure thing! a most keen observation on your part... very popular among us who spend time working in office cube farms...

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Date: 5/12/13 7:53 AM

Oh, I love this look! I wish I could purchase it or make it right now. This is so me! Where did you get the picture?
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Date: 5/12/13 8:32 AM

It looks like a cardi type front with a notched collar. like a blouse with the collar turned up.

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Date: 5/12/13 8:53 AM

Either that or pasta.

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Date: 5/12/13 8:54 AM

Oops--hit "Post" too soon.
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