box pleat


Definition of box pleat

: a pleat made by forming two folded edges one facing right and the other left

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Buy Now Gant slim-fit short-sleeve oxford shirt Real sticklers for authenticity will appreciate Gant’s attention to detail, like the locker loop over the box pleat and the button on the back of the collar. Yang-yi Goh, GQ, "Meet the Only Button-Down You Can Wear Every Day of the Week," 5 July 2018

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First Known Use of box pleat

1877, in the meaning defined above

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