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Starched Eton Collar

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Although largely antiquated in use nowadays, starched, or detachable, collars are still worn with evening, morning, and ceremonial dress (and within the legal profession by barristers). The apocryphal story goes that detachable collars were invented in the early 19th century in order for shirts to be washed less frequently, while the more easily soiled collars (and sometimes detachable cuffs) could be laundered separately. Later, heavy amounts of starch was added to give a clean, rigid, and elegant effect.

size & fit

When ordering collars, it is usual to add 1/2" to the neckband collar size, so a 15" shirt would require a 15 1/2" collar.

Details & care

  • Starched white cotton
  • Collar studs not included
  • Specialist laundry required

Delivery & returns

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We operate a no-quibble returns policy, so after trying our products at home, we will happily exchange them or issue a refund within twenty-eight days provided they are returned in the condition in which they were received.



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