I know what you mean. Next time, I'll be wearing it with dark brown boots.
I don't think there is a sure fire answer, but...
1. Iron it yourself. Many people send their shirts out to be ironed. They don't often give the collar the care it needs.
2. Don't buy shirts from companies with curling collars. I don't have a list, but some companies consistently have collars that curl.
3. Don't put your shirts in the dryer.
4. Use collar stays.
5. Use starch.
6. Buy a new shirt.
Thank you for this!
For 2, I swear I have shirts from everyone that curl. Borrelli, Zegna, Eton, Kamakura off the top of my head. I do everything on the list but use starch, so I must be ironing wrong or something (or maybe it's just ALL starch). Gotta say I agree with @jcmeyer on collar stays, I use them but I also feel somehow that they're connected to the problem. The Eton that I have that curls, for instance, is one of the rare ones that actually has removable collar stays instead of their typical sewn-in.
@Gerry NelsonI ike this fit quite a bit better than your last, wish the cords didn't have a crease in the other fit, how do you like Orslow's denim compared to your 3sixteens? Thinking of grabbing the double black 3sixteens or Acnes' non-fading blacks myself since my black denim for the most part is lower quality.
Mostly not a fan of ivy/prep inspired outfits but I've loved everything I've seen from @An Acute Style.
I enjoy the items alone @pravda but I wish you had some full body pictures.