The Cameron Collar is a deeper version of the Albany and again is more suitable for a larger knot and for the gentleman with a longer neck.
The Albany and Cameron are the most popular designs when chosen for morning wear.
The Grafton Collar is a deeper version of the Windsor.
It is used for court wear or when worn socially on formal occasions with bow tie and tailcoat, or a cravat with a morning suit
Suitable for the gentleman with a longer neck (approx. depth 2 1/4"/5.7 cm).
The Imperial is an upright collar, late Victorian in origin and is the predecessor to the wing collar.
It is worn with a tie and is suitable for a Nehru style jacket.
2 1/2" High for that even more serious collar feeling
A Patrol collar is an upright collar attached to Military No1 Dress Coats.
The edges meet but do not overlap at the front.
It is attached by five short collar studs, which are sewn in to the No 1 jacket collar..
Windsor collars are traditionally worn in court by judges, QCs, barristers, solicitors and clerks of the court, together with legal bands.
When worn on formal, social occasions, they are worn with a bow tie, e.g. White tie and tails (approx. depth 1 5/8"/4.13 cm)
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