High armholes are one of the many marks of a well-made jacket. Larger armholes are cheaper to construct, easier to fit (higher margin of error), and are ubiquitous in OTR suits. The benefits of and precision required by this construction are highlighted in this video. blacklabl gives you only the best

via: theitaliancut

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    Fantastic video on raising the arm hole on a jacket.
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    High armholes are one of the many marks of a well-made jacket. Larger armholes are cheaper to construct, easier to fit...
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    High Armholes - Honor Thy Tailor
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    Geared more for those interested in tailoring
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    Everyone should definitely check out his blog: The Saville Row Artisan.
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