WHAT ARE ALL THE DIFFERENT SHIRT COLLARS BEST FOR?
1. Classic collars works with any shape of face and most ties. 2. Spread collars are wider and angled outwards. These work best on men with narrow or long faces. 3. Club collars have a rounded edge, making it better suited for narrow faces. 4. Button downs can be worn with or without a tie, and work great with V-neck sweaters or cardigans. 5. Two-button collars are relatively uncommon, and are created for those with longer necks.
6. Hidden-button down collars have two buttons under the collar points to keep it from moving around.
7. Band collars encircle the neck without the typical collar “cape.” The usual length of this collar is only about two centimeters.
8. Mandarin collars are similar to band collars, but measure anywhere from two to five centimeters and stand upright.
9. Tab collars feature a button tab or snap running across the collar button to the backside of a tie. When fastened, this tab forces the tie forward and up, which will perfectly frame your tie knot.
10. Pinned collars have small holes on each side to hold pins that will thrust a tie forward for a more formal look.
11. Wing tip collars should only be worn with a tuxedo and a bow-tie.
12. White contrast collars work great with dark or colorful ties.