sailor collar

sail′or col`lar


n.
a collar, as on a middy blouse, that is broad and square in the back and tapers to a Vin the front.
[1890–95, Amer.]
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
For female jacket, cap for students, cap for frames flausat outfit, scarf, sports equipment, students petlite students, suit-type protocol Michael the Brave, cap men short sleeve shirt naval forces, rain jacket, white suit summer sailor collar.
For effortless style choose a white ribbed knit with unusually deep v-neck sailor collar and relaxed front pocket or a navy and white striped long-sleeve tee.
Diana's ground-breaking style statements ought to come with a health warning - remember the sailor collar and meringue-shaped wedding dress?
The children changed into period costumes - pinafores for girls and sailor collars for boys.