The Quintessential Chart For Men’s Dress Shirt Collars
Navigating the world of fashion can be tricky but when in doubt, always have a handle on the basics. We have illustrated a simple to follow Collar Chart of the nine most popular collar shirts. If you can remember and recognize these, you’re a step ahead of most. Take a minute, to check these out and put them to memory. We’ve also picked out the best tie to wear with each collar type.
The Spread Collar has one of the widest openings so it should be paired with a standard width tie and tied in a Half-Windsor or Windsor knot. We recommend our Glen Check Tie.
The Classic Collar pairs well with just about anything and is your most versatile collar option. We recommend our Navy and Silver Polka Dot Tie.
The Button Down Collar is the most casual of all the shirt collars and should be worn with a blazer but never a suit. We recommend a Worsted Wool Skinny Tie.
The Mandarin Collar should never be worn with a tie. This is a good fact to know for your next Trivia Night.
The Pinned Collar adds extra oomph to a tie and has a very traditional aesthetic. We recommend pairing this collar with a regal and ornate tie like this Autumn Hued Paisley Necktie.
The Wing Tip Collar is the most formal of the collar family and should be paired with a bow tie. We recommend the classic Self Tie Black Tie.
The Tab Collar is an old school collar that gives added rise to the tie much like the Pin Collar. We recommend going with a refined and texture silk tie like this Dark Navy Silk Tie. James Bond wear a Tab Collar and when he does, he pairs with a textured navy tie.
The Club Collar has a retro look and pairs well with skinny ties. We recommend this slim cut knit tie in ivy green.
The Contrast Collar makes a very dapper fashion statement and should be paired with a power tie. We recommend the Striped Tie In Navy and White.
Your Bows-N-Ties Team