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What shirt collar do you wear the most?

stillerfan07

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medium spread
modified spread 2.5'' points
extra wide spread 3'' points
button-downs
 

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westminster abbey and wimbledon
 

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sheriff of nottingham
 

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La Cosa Nostra ultra-point collar!
 

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LOLs.

Seriously, I wear a buttondown, spread and club with about the same amount of regularity.
 

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Originally Posted by Mac
Useless without pics.

Not if you know what those terms mean.

I am definitely a button-down guy.
 

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Originally Posted by stillerfan07
button-down?
prince of wales?
buckingham?
duke of york?


Do translate these into degrees of spread, like a good chap.
 

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Sorry, got them from the TM Lewin site. Guess they call them that to make it seem more British
They translate into:

medium spread
modified spread 2.5'' points
extra wide spread 3'' points
button-downs

Originally Posted by alliswell
Do translate these into degrees of spread, like a good chap.
 

Harold falcon

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Button down.
 

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I don't wear button down. I did when I was in high school. I don't mind it on others, its just not my favourite.

No point. Medium to wide spread. Larger size preferable, but not enormous.
 

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All of my shirts are medium spread with 3.25" points
 

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bottom downs means collars shirts that are meant to be worn open collar?
 

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