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wing collar

n.
A shirt collar, used especially in men's formal clothing, in which the front edges are folded down in such a way as to resemble a pair of wings.

wing collar

n
(Clothing & Fashion) a stiff turned-up shirt collar worn with the points turned down over the tie

wing′ col′lar


n.
a stand-up collar having the front edges or corners folded down, worn by men for formal or evening dress.
[1910–15]
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A love letter to a particular vision of a gentleman's style, this book informs the reader immediately of its universe, starting with full-page portraits: Lord Byron in profile, the Duke of Windsor in a tux, Prince Francis of Teck of the Royal Dragoons in a stiff wing collar with gold studs, Fred Astaire with thirty-four pairs of bespoke dancing shoes.
Debbie wears a silk patterned evening dress, pounds 200; Liam wears a Victorian wing collar shirt, Hilton dress jacket, cummerbund, cravat, handkerchief, waistcoat.
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