These collars vary in preference first and what looks best second. Part of the magic we work here at WT Clothiers combines the two perfectly, making sure you look and feel your best!
Straight collar: A neutral, all-around good choice that works for nearly every gentleman.
Button-down: A classy-yet-casual option that keeps the collar secured in place. Can be worn without a tie, with the top button unbuttoned.
Spread collar: A powerful look that can be created at several angles (medium spread, wide spread). It allows plenty of room for a large, powerful tie knot. The widest spread is called a cutaway collar.
Club collar (rounded): There's a hint of the English about this unique look.
Eyelet collar (for a collar pin): The tiny openings allow for placement of a collar pin. This look is dressy, elegant, distinguished, and quite unusual.
Tab collar: A hidden tab behind the tie keeps the collar in place without visible buttons.
Band collar: The collar doesn't have a strip of fabric that folds over the tie. This is a casual look that should never be worn with a tie.