Were you aware of the fact that prior collars were generally separable from garments? Different types of collar designs have different sizes, cuts, arrangements, and are different in totality and custom. Some basic styles are timeless and notable. Today, collars are necessary pieces of the majority of our garments. It outlines the face, keeps your neck warm, gives the entire piece of clothing a style.
Primarily, there are only 3 types of collars designs – the stand collar, flat collar and the roll collar.
- Stand collar fits around the neck. It is basically a band which stands upstanding on the neck.
- Roll collar is a stand collar which is rolled or turned over.
- Flat collar is placed flatly on the shoulders.
The wide range of different types of collar designs are varieties of these basic styles. Getting acquainted with the various terms used to depict the basic collar is useful. Here are some normally utilized terms for collars:
- Band: The piece of the collar that makes the collar hold up.
- Tie space: The distance between the top marks of the collar that have a space to consider the knot of a tie.
- Slope: The length of the collar as it inclines to a point from the neckline to the tip.
Below are 30 types of collar designs:
- Shirt Collar With Stand
- Button Down Collar
- Straight band collar
- Shawl Collar
- Mandarin Collar/Nehru Collar/Mao Collar/Cadet Collar
- Polo/Roll/Turtle Collar
- Ruffled Collar
- Peter Pan Collar
- Bermuda Collar
- Puritan collar/Pilgrim Collar
- Funnel Collar
- Quarter zip collar
- Albany collar
- Rounded Wing Tipped Collar/Butterfly Collar
- Tab Collar
- Revers collar
- Collar with Modesty Panel
- Bertha Collar
- Cascade Collar/Jabot Collar
- Fichu collar
- Barrymore Collar
- Johnny collar
- Tulip Collar
- Chelsea Collar
- Cowl Collar
- Crew Collar
- Turtle Neck Collar
- Detachable Collar
- Sailor Collars
- Convertible Collar
Shirt Collar With Stand
This is one of the most well-known types of collar designs you see on shirts.
Button Down Collar
It is a type of shirt collar with buttons on the points for securing it to the shirt.
Straight band collar
This type of collar designs comprises of band of texture surrounding the neckline
A turned down type of collar design with a wide lapel.
Mandarin Collar/Nehru Collar/Mao Collar/Cadet Collar
This type of collar design has a cut in the middle front with round or square corners.
This type of collar design is a high collar which is rolled down.
This type of collar design has ruffles sewed to it.
Peter Pan Collar
This is a flat type of collar design with adjusted corners. Additionally called Claudine collar.
This too is a flat type of collar design with square edges at the middle front rather than the rounded edges like the Peter Pan type of collar designs.
Puritan collar/Pilgrim Collar
This type of collar design is a wider version of Bermuda collar or Peter Pan collar.
This type of collar design is a wide standing collar, standing somewhat away from the neck and face.
Quarter zip collar
This is a type of band collar design with zip joined. This neckline is normally used in sweatshirts, jackets and sweaters.
It is a type of cutaway collar design with a wider spread.
Rounded Wing Tipped Collar/Butterfly Collar
Rather than the sharp closures this type of collar design has round edges.
This type of collar design likewise alludes to men’s shirt necklines with a tab for securing the tie between the collar buttons and points of the shirt
A Revers collar is a notched type of collar design with square corners on the collar just likewise the lapel. There are numerous varieties to this type of collar designs.
Collar with Modesty Panel
Additionally called Modesty Collar, this is a vintage style confined type of collar design. It appears like a bib which is connected to a band collar.
This is a huge, round collar that lies flat on shoulders. The collar fits a low v neckline and can be square or round and is usually made of ribbon or mesh fabric. Bertha type of collar designs are normally found in period dress outfits.
Cascade Collar/Jabot Collar
Jabot is an enriching piece of texture connected to the base of the neck by means for a collar. A cascade type of collar design can be a comparative collar with a texture cut in a frill shape orchestrated as a cascade joined to it.
This is one of the wide vintage types of collar designs made of weaved fabric or lace. It is detachable as well as fixed. Fichu initially is a triangular shaped cotton texture that is worn as a shawl across the neck and shoulder over low cut gowns.
This is a shirt type of collar design with long and tapered edges.
This is a high stand type of collar design joined with a V neckline. It is typically a little high stand collar.
This is a roll type of collar design that covers along the buttons giving a tulip/petal impact.
The Chelsea is a medium to wide cut type of collar design. The edges are squared at the tips and it is appended to a v neckline.
A huge bit of texture creases over from the neck to make cowl types of collar designs. It folds over on itself and drapes hangings around the neck.
The crew type of collar design is a short standing collar that is connected all around the neckline. Usually it is made in rib trim and sometimes even more of a neck trim than a collar.
Turtle Neck Collar
The turtle neck types of collar designs are stand collar designs, while the height of the stand up may shift. The collar may roll down or bunch up under the neck.
The Peter Pan collar and some other flat types of collar designs are created to be made detachable. They might be tied or fastened onto the neck area for added impact. You frequently see these on winter coats.
Connected profoundly with the United States Navy image, the sailor collars are very stylish types of collar designs for their twofold square panel and center V-neckline.
Convertible collars are versatile types of collar designs. As the name proposes, it can be exposed flatly or buttoned down.
Here were 30 types of collar designs. Choose your favorite pick for your next outfit and roc your way down the event!
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