Buttonholes on shirts and blouses are traditionally vertical. If it’s a front tie, like a classic button-down shirt with a stick, the buttonholes run vertically along the body, but the stick buttonhole is sewn horizontally.
Buttonholes often have a column on each side. Traditionally, buttonholes for men are on the left and buttonholes for women are on the right. The story that these opposite sides were buttoned up is that the practice originated when women with money had maids to attract them.
Because upper-class women didn’t dress. This is probably the most commonly cited reason for left pimples in women. Wealthy women with maids helping them dress up had buttons on the left to make it easier for a legitimate maid to tie them up.
Women’s clothing usually has buttons and zippers on the left side, as traditionally women have assistants to help them get dressed. With buttons and zippers on the left side of the garment, the waiters made it easy to button or put on the dress as the buttons or zippers were on the right side of the waiters.
For women: probably because they had servants to button their shirts. If you are wearing a men’s shirt, the buttons are usually on the right side. If it’s a women’s shirt, they’re usually on the left. So, if the buttons are on the right side, you can theoretically stick your right hand into your shirt or jacket.
Men’s and women’s shirts and jackets differ not only in cut, but also in orientation: men’s shirts have buttons on the right side and women on the left.
Buttonholes go into the right back opening and buttons go into the left back opening.
Traditionally, when shirts were still made by humans, this meant reinforcing the button and buttonhole with thicker thread, which was done on a different sewing machine or as a final step. So it’s a different yarn and different colors.
A shirt that is longer in front and back than the sides, like most shirts, should always be worn with pants, except for women who have high heels and no pants. Then release the buttons to remind you to put on the shirt.
Men’s jackets: the slider (the part that goes up and down) is on the right. The support box (the part that houses both sides of the hinge ■■■■) is on the left.
It makes more sense to place a graphic detail or detail on the page with a larger area. If you placed it on the right side, you would place it in a more crowded room. It is therefore common to place it on the left.
To attract Ivy League consumers, Gant began adding small fabric loops to the back of their shirts. They called them locker buckles because men could just hang their shirt in the closet by the buckle and keep their buttocks wrinkle free.
The buttonhole of the tie is one of the details that gives an artisan garment a refined, professional and shiny look. You can typically find this type of closure on tailored jackets and coats, as well as hand stitching, back stitching, and hand stitching.
Short dresses mean hot women, covered woman means unattractive woman. No woman is going to be unpleasant, so it’s a competition between women. Short suits are also available for men, but formally they don’t wear them and there is no race among them. Women wear short skirts or even two open buttons in the office.
The bottom buttonhole, as well as the top button of the collar, are usually sewn horizontally to add tension to the button by pulling and moving it without stretching the shirt or the hole itself. This is also why they often have thicker thread reinforced seams.
These little details mean something. You’re right too. Every men’s jacket should have the button on the right, the same on your shirt and most pants if you look at it.