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Das Oneshirt - POLL INSIDE

Which collar for the Überhemd?

  • Green

    Votes: 14 20.6%
  • Orange

    Votes: 43 63.2%
  • Blue

    Votes: 11 16.2%

  • Total voters
    68

clapeyron

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Das Überhemd.

Upon joining Styleforum recently I've come to hate pockets and plackets on non-casual shirts. Now I'm looking to replace some ten-ish shirts from my closet with a new business shirt design.

I'd very much like to hear some input on which collar pleases y'all the most.

All three collars have 95 mm (3,74 inch) collar points and a 45 mm (1,77 inch) high collar band in the back and close with two 14 Ligne buttons in the front:




Release the Kragen:

Green opens at an angle of 115 degrees...









...Orange at 106°...









...and lastly, Blue opens at 98°.









For the curious minded; the shirts will feature an unlined convertible cuff (cuff measurements with and without timepiece), gauntlet buttons, no placket, no pocket and side folds on the back.


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I've got to ask, how old are you? I mean, I'm young myself but my taste leans to the conservative, so I'd personally prefer the third option, but I'm pretty sure the spread collar is particularly trendy at the moment.
 

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My choice is the orange, the green is too extreme, and the blue accentuates your tallness.
 

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I prefer the orange. Is Clapey like the German version :foo: with CAD instead of photoshop?
 

sugarbutch

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I like them all, but orange is probably the best OneCollar
of the bunch. Green next, but I might go for blue if the points were long enough to tuck under the lapels.
 

jrd617

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You have a long face so you should stay away from the blue one (narrowest). Can't go wrong with orange or green.

I personally have to stay away from ultra wide collars like the green one, due to my rounder face
 
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Hmm, I've heard this story somewhere... ;)
 

aravenel

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The second or third for sure. Probably the second.
 

jrd617

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Also, who's your shirt maker if I may ask out of curiosity?
 

Grammaton Cleric

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Definitely the Orange. Blue as the second pic.

The Green is the wide cutaway that most noobs think looks stylish (I count myself as a former member of this group), but flatters hardly anyone.
 
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Eustace Tilley

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W/o a doubt, orange.
 

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Another orange. Btw, I like plackets and pockets, fwiw.
 

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