SILVER COLLAR STAYS

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November 20, 2009

COMMENTS
  1. Capstick:

    I think that is a very good gift! Thanks really

  2. Peter:

    how does one use these things, really? slide them into a shirt’s collar?

  3. Mr. ADAM ROBERTS:

    A fine suggestion. One thinks it may be a little gauche to opt for personalisation however. In my humble opinion it should be more de rigueur for one’s reputation, rather than the engraving of one’s collar stays, to be the identifier.

  4. Beha:

    As Peter, I’d really like to know how to use them. Because if they are used as I could imagine they’d be awesome to have.

  5. Aaron:

    Collar stays, or collar bones as I prefer to call them, are simply inserted into the pre-cut slits on the underside of the collars of certain shirts, usually of a cut-away persuasion. Shirt-makers usually provide inferior plastic versions, so these silver ones would undoubtedly provide greater rigidity, ensuring prolonged sartorial elegance.

  6. JimJam:

    I believe if Audrey Hepburn and George Peppard were NOW to step in to Tiffany’s – THIS is what they’d plump for

  7. Brad:

    What a fantastic idea. I could really go for those. I tend to lose the plastic collar stays all the time and buy more cheap replacements. I know that if I had a nice pair like that i would take care of them.
    all the best,
    Brad @ http://www.smalltimecrooks.wordpress.com

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