collaret

collaret

(ˌkɒləˈrɛt)
n
(Clothing & Fashion) a small collar
References in classic literature ?
The little courtyard was used to hang out on wire cords embroidered handkerchiefs, collarets, capes, cuffs, frilled shirts, cravats, laces, embroidered dresses,--in short, all the fine linen of the best families of the town.
White flowers made of cloth formed clusters on tilted headbands, the cuffs and around the necks of models -- somewhat like the frilled collaret of pantomime character Pierrot of the early 18th century.
Yousefzada's jewellery includes a hand-made collaret with an 18k snakeskin chain with two bevelled square-rock crystals suspended froman 18k white gold bar with round brilliant cut diamonds set with two faceted sapphires.
The collaret with the offer will only appear at selected outlets until October 31.
The location very strongly collarets with the permitted use (eventually "the highest and best use"), where "the highest and best use" (probably permitted use in the zoning) may represent the highest economic potential of property in cash--a market value (see Apraisal Institute 2008).
It is therefore advisable that practitioners get into the habit of looking carefully at the iris collarets, of any patients at risk.