mandarin collar

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mandarin collar

A close-fitting circular standup collar usually divided in front. Also called Nehru collar.
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Mandarin collar

(Clothing & Fashion) a high stiff round collar
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man′darin col′lar

a narrow stand-up collar not quite meeting at the front.
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Characterised by a very tight-fitting cut, short cap sleeves and a Mandarin collar, the cheongsam is usually knee length (with a significant split, otherwise walking would be nigh on impossible) and made of silk, but modern versions tend to have some stretch (phew).
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Made of silk gazar with a layer of guipure lace, the twopiece outfit's top came with a Mandarin collar and threequarter length sleeves.
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