I have very little knowledge about clothing during the past but I was watching the movie production of Phantom of the Opera and noticed that many of the male characters wore shirts with their collars flipped up. This happened in cases where a tie was worn, some sort of scarf (?) was worn and nothing was worn (open-necked). Can someone explain why did this happen in the past and why is this not acceptable today? Thanks.
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2/12/05 at 10:38pm