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What is "Mandarin Collar" - Definition & Explanation

A short, stand-up collar, adopted from the close-fitting Asian collar.
A formal shirt with banded collar only and no wings, usually featuring a wide pleated front.
A stiff, band-like collar with a opening at the front; also called a Chinese collar.
Also known as the band collar, it stands up against the neck and is a top stylish choice. Spread collar Very much like a standard button-front shirt, but the points in front are wider apart.

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