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Function or fashion I'm not sure about what you're describing about the cuff, but the lower horizontal button hole I've always taken to be something that facilitates having a flat shirtfront where the shirt gets tucked into the pants. posted by OmieWise at 8:36 AM on January 11, 2007 I've only got one shirt where the corner on the outside folded-back part of the cuff is cut away - and coincidentally, this is the only shirt that has a different patterned fabric "inside" the cuff (once folded back). None of my other shirts with fold-back cuffs have the cut away, and they're all one consistent fabric. The horizontal buttonhole? No idea - I've wondered about this myself. :) posted by Chunder at 9:03 AM on January 11, 2007 The cuff you describe is called a mitered cuff, and it seems to be purely a style thing. posted by jjg at 9:05 AM on January 11, 2007 Re: horizontal buttonhole. Not sure how that works, though. posted by sonofslim at 9:10 AM on January 11, 2007 If you go to a tailor to have shirts made, you will have options as to what type of cuff you want. It is purely a matter of personal preference. Most "cheaper" shirts have straight cuffs, I've always assumed because it was less expensive to produce that way. You can also get them with a rounded corner (instead of an angle cuff), or with two sets of buttons, etc. The horizontal buttonhole I've wondered about. I don't know if this is the reason or not, but I use to help make sure I'm not misbuttoning the shirt, since you can easily tell which is the last buttonhole. posted by GregW at 9:11 AM on January 11, 2007 Why are neckline/collar buttonholes on shirts are always horizontal (as are almost all center-front buttonholes on outerwear)? Because horizontal buttonholes take horizontal stress with less deformation of the buttonhole shape and offer much less likelihood of the button pulling out from such stress than do vertical ones. But this results in the button being pulled to the end of the hole rather than staying centered. Since a well fitted shirt shouldn't naturally have any fitting stress across its width above the waist, the custom is to prefer vertical holes with centered buttons above the tuck-in level; they look better, especially on a vertically striped fabric. Curved shapes stitch more slowly and require more skill to stitch accurately and consistently than do shapes made up of all straight lines. But since the standard on dress shirts is rounded-edge cuffs, the easier-to-make diagonal corner looks like (and is) a distinguishing feature while also being a cost- and time-saving expedient that less-experienced sewers can make easily.