As in, rather than going all the way down, they stop midway somewhere in the chest.
Kinda like this example: (a vintage military undershirt)
And this more recent specimen: (a typical Barong Tagalog from the Philippines; it is basically built on the same lines as a men's shirt but baggier and lacks a yoke)
Can anyone tell me the methodology making the opening stop halfway at the waist line but the fabric below it is still one whole piece?
P.S. I can easily sew up a regular shirt with the opening going straight down; I just stump here.
Edited by Talon247, 09 November 2017 - 05:20 PM.