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Do you mean a french placket or a fly front? If it has a turn-down collar then it should be a pique collar to match the pique bib of your tuxedo shirt. And yes, edge stitching would probably be better in that case.
Sorry; I misread. My mind saw tux and elided "not" or something. I might still get 1/4" stitching. I somehow associate edge stitching with cheaper, wannabe shirts. But maybe that's just me.
I doubt that any one will notice.
Does anybody have any historic insights? Did they have edge stitching on their collars in the 50's and 60's, for instance?