Is there an official name for this look (the white collar/cuffs on different color/pattern shirt). Â My Japanese tailor calls it "cleric", but I'm not sure if that's just standard Japanese "adopted English" or not.
I've always heard the configuration termed a 'Winchester'.
Also, for the 'turn-up' cuffs, is there a more official name as well? Â The same tailor calls them "Milano" cuffs. Â Does anyone know what I'm talking about??
Cocktail cuff, turnback cuff, James Bond cuff, Neopolitan cuff, etc... I have actually heard a different origin for the white collars/cuffs on a colored shirt. The story goes that upper-class gentlemen liked the look of the colorful patterned shirts of their lower-class brethren, but it wasn't considered 'proper' to wear colorful shirts in polite society. Solution: Colorful shirt body, 'proper' white collar.