Narrow strip cut on a straight
grain or bias grain of fabric; used frequently on men's shirts and
Deep, flat collar that falls from neckline to shoulder opening at
front or back.
A cape style oversized collar.
Flat collar formed from a
v-neckline; long, pointed ends at front; popular during 1960s and revived in 1980s.
|A band or stand collar that stands straight at the neck edge, about 1 |
inch high, and opens at center front. Also called mandarin, cadet, Mao
or Nehru collar.
A collar shaped like a dog's
ears; usually found on a drizzler jacket.
|An oversized collar. The collar employs a triangular piece draped over the shoulders.|
|(jha-bow) Hanging ruffle attached |
to front of collar, either permanent
or detachable; used on men's
formal wear, ladies' blouses and dresses, and children's wear.
|Small, flat collar frequently used|
on shirts and shirtwaist dresses.
A rib knit collar with a placket
that has 2-3 buttons. Also called
a polo collar.
|a standing collar turned over. The Mao collar takes its name from former Chairman Mao Tse-Tung |
of China, and the look from
Chinese ethnic wear. Also called mandarin, cadet, Chinese or
Similar to a Chinese collar but sometimes made with rounded corners; named after jacket worn by prime minister of India Jawaharlal Nehru; popular during 1960's.
Flat round collar usually 2 to 3
inches wide, having round ends; popular in children's wear.
|A very wide ruffled collar as |
worn by the French pantomime
Collar extending upward from neckline and turning over, the roll higher at back than in front.
Patterned after collar worn by American sailors; square neck at back, forming a 'v' at front; usually trimmed with braid and having detachable dickey and tie. Also
called a middy collar.
A scarf, wrap style, oversized collar.
A soft roll collar cut with body of garment and seamed at back; sometimes lapel section is notched.
|Tailored shirt collar with spread points.|
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