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Regardless of whether those things work well - probably not is my guess - unless I'm missing something the article is pretty stupid. Am I not correct in reading it as suggesting that using magnetic collar stays are being offered as a "cure" for those days when your collar is flopping around because you forgot to put collar stays in? If you forget to put your collar stays in, what difference does it make if they're plastic, MOP, magnetic, or kryptonite?Originally Posted by lawyerdad
I see your point, although I don't know why the "collar position" of a button-down is any more correct than the "collar position" of a spread collar, so long as neither is askew. But what struck me as stupid was that the article starts with the premise that your collar will probably look crappy if you forget to put in collar stays, which is not a problem that is going to be solved by buying (and forgetting) a different type of collar stay.Originally Posted by lawyerdad
You and I, Vintage Gent, must go into business. Clear, lab grown corrundum (sapphire, ruby) collar stays. Tougher then Diamond....Originally Posted by Oliver