Clothing changes In the style, a wide range of buttons can be used, according to the style designer must try to refer to the front center line, the highest and the waist New Zealand to design.
Button eye on the eye is the most important. Should be marked at the barge line with the barge line at the point where the line (barge line over x points).
Waist button is also important, it is often located in the waist line above, can also be located below the waist line. In the connection jacket, only one button (double button connection), it is always located in the waist 2cm above the waist to prevent the burden arching. The current style and more use of buttons in the middle, or the lowest bit button, and in the traditional style, the narrow front headdress often use high button. Two buckles more convenient, according to style buttonhole spacing may be, the general buttonhole spacing of at least 6cm (sometimes less), up to 1.5cm (usually 9 ~ 10cm).
In the single-breasted style, the distance between the button and the buttonhole to the corresponding edge is theoretically equal or substantially equal. This is particularly suitable for narrow placket (2 ~ 3cm) style, because here, the button means in the front center line. In fact, the buttonhole is usually very close to the stop line, about 1 ~ 2cm, and the button is often sewn on the side of the edge (preferably sewn in the stack door), and sometimes also move in or out, To adjust the tightness of clothing. In this way, we do not have to move the distance of the front center line (such as high-new suit jacket).
In the double-breasted style, the distance between the double-row buttons and the front center line is mainly determined by the width of the placket. This style usually has a wider header, Newtons below or above the waistline. The distance between the double-breasted front and the mid-line is relatively close, usually 6 ~ 8cm (the button spacing is 10 ~ 11cm). For the traditional style of low-head and low-tack, the distance is usually 9cm or even 10cm ~ 15cm).
When designing buttons and eyelets in a double-breasted suit jacket, the buttonhole on the placket usually marks its position 1 to 2 cm from the stop edge, and then, for sewing convenience, measures the distance from the front centerline Distance, to determine (by) the second New York line (of course, in this line without a buttonhole). On the bottom edge, the single-button eyelet is usually closer to the end of the button than the closed end of the button to keep the bottom edge of the stack door in place.