The collar has long been an important part of the costume. In previous centuries, wealth and status were determined by it, so medieval nobles and ladies tried to wear large, frilly, richly decorated collars. Modern fashion dictates its own rules, the main of which are conciseness and comfort, and offers a variety of types of collars that help create the desired image.
Flat-lying or turn-down
Such models are cut out without a rack and come in several types.
The style and colors indicate a marine style, although today guis is not necessarily blue and white. The shape does not change – a V-shaped neckline in front and a rectangular element on the back.
Characteristic features are pointed edges and turn-down sides.
The polo collar is small, no wider than 5 centimeters, used in T-shirts and knitted men’s shirts, as it is made of soft material.
It should be noted that today polo is experiencing a surge in popularity and is the trend of the season.
An element of a peculiar configuration – wide and rounded in front, it gradually tapers to the back. Dresses and blouses with Peter Pan collars look feminine and somewhat naive.
Modern fashion refers such a detail to the vintage style.
The cut, by definition, means a stand, due to which the product fits more closely to the neck.
Initially, such a collar was an attribute of men’s clothing, but women’s fashion quickly adopted it for coats, jackets and jackets.
The name defines the scope – shirts. The form consists of a dense frame and the actual collar with sharp edges.
This look is associated with China – with military uniforms, as well as with women’s silk dresses. The collar is short, with rounded edges; piping is often used on dresses and blouses.
“Mandarin” – a one-piece element with a rigid lining.
The high stance continues with long ribbons that are tied in a bow or imitate a tie.
“Golf” is an attribute of turtlenecks, sweaters, warm knitted dresses.
It can be single or wrapped in two layers, covering the entire neck.