Provenance: Originally part of Eton College's dress code, the club (also known as a golf collar) was popular in the early decades of the 20th century.
Who's making them: Brooks Brothers, $79 (left); Patrik Ervell, $230; Hugh & Crye, $85
Provenance: Also known as a spread (though a cutaway is often wider), it was made popular by such British aristocrats as the Duke of Windsor.
Who's making them: Ovadia & Sons, $265 (left); Rugby, $70; Ben Sherman, $75
As the style pendulum shifts slightly from hardier, workwear influenced pieces back to a more refined, tailored approach to menswear, it was only a matter of time before throwback styles like traditional shirting collars returned. The club collar and the cutaway are the two most popular styles currently enjoying a revival.
What should I pack for my first business trip?
- Matt, OH
With nearly every airline imposing a baggage fee nowadays, if you can get away with flying with just a carry-on, do it.
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