Oh, I know! I can ask if anyone's ever made a yoke shirt before. Has anyone made a yoke shirt before? I'm gonna tackle it, and hopefully churn out 2 or 3 in the next few days. I don't know why the darn things are so intimidating to me, but they are. It's really just a big, poufy Renaissance shirt where the body is gathered into a fitted upper part. But it's just such an odd fashion convention that it confuzzles me.
"There's nothing romantic about running around Europe in a big puffy shirt trying to get laid"