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What is the difference between a Notch Lapel and a Peak Lapel?

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A Notch lapel is when there is a 45 to 90 degree angle of separation between the collar and the lapel at the point where they join. The collar is the part that goes around the neck and the lapel is the part that sits on the front of the chest. In a Notch lapel, there is a wide space separating the outer most tip of the collar from the outer most tip of the lapel. In a Peak lapel, the lapel rises up and beyond the collar tip so as to create a peak of sorts. Separation between the collar and the lapel in this case is less than 1 degree due to the fact that the lapel rises upwards and by default therefore runs parallel to the outer rim of the collar. The tip therefore points towards the shoulders. To view these features, type in the words - Notch Lapel - or - Peak Lapel in the keyword field of our Style Search page and styles bearing these features will be displayed for your perusal. more
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A 26. A Notch lapel is when there is a 45 to 90 degree angle of separation between the collar and the lapel at the point where they join. The collar is the part that goes around the neck and the lapel is the part that sits on the front of the chest. In a Notch lapel, there is a wide space separating the outer most tip of the collar from the outer most tip of the lapel. In a Peak lapel, the lapel rises up and beyond the collar tip so as to create a peak of sorts. Separation between the collar and the lapel in this case is less than 1 degree due to the fact that the lapel rises upwards and by default therefore runs parallel to the outer rim of the collar. The tip therefore points towards the shoulders. To view these features, type in the words - Notch Lapel - or - Peak Lapel in the keyword field of our Style Search page and styles bearing these features will be displayed for your perusal. more
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Notch lapel is when there is a 45 to 90 degree angle of separation between the collar and the lapel at the point where they join. The collar is the part that goes around the neck and the lapel is the part that sits on the front of the chest. In a Notch lapel, there is a wide space separating the outer most tip of the collar from the outer most tip of the lapel. In a Peak lapel, the lapel rises up and beyond the collar tip so as to create a peak of sorts. Separation between the collar and the lapel in this case is less than 1 degree due to the fact that the lapel rises upwards and by default therefore runs parallel to the outer rim of the collar. The tip therefore points towards the shoulders. To view these features, type in the words - Notch Lapel - or - Peak Lapel in the keyword field of our Style Search page and styles bearing these features will be displayed for your perusal. more
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