The Club Rules

April 2012
Town & Country;Apr2012, Vol. 166 Issue 5382, p54
The article discusses the start of the rounded collar trend in shirts in 1850 after Eton College of England changed its uniforms to rounded collars fastened securely by a collar bar.


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