The difference in style between men’s and women’s shirts is manifested in the limitations of style changes for men’s shirts and the richness of style changes for women’s shirts.
The body shape of men’s shirts still appears in a “straight H-shape” or “small X-shape with a slight waist”, and the sleeves are just changes in length, which are long, medium, or short. There is not much difference in general.
The silhouette of blouses is extremely varied, with more exaggerated silhouettes often appearing, such as the inverted trapezoid formed by bat sleeves, the A-shape formed by the sleeveless wide swing, the V-shape formed by the V-neck waist of the lamb shank sleeve and so on.
The shape change of the shirt causes the shape change, the shape change causes the shape line to change, and the shape line changes to cause the structure line to change. Due to the different silhouettes of men’s and women’s shirts, their structural lines are also different.
Men’s shirts rarely pursue purely decorative structures. Even if there are fewer, they generally still focus on functional structures. Women’s shirts pursue purely decorative effects in addition to functional satisfaction.
There are not only pleats, pair pleats, inverted pleats, dead pleats, live pleats, shuffling pleats, broken pleats, but also random and highly decorative structures such as waves and lotus leaves.