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A crew neck is round at the base of your neck, just like the kind you’ll see on a regular t-shirt.
Designed like that on a Henley shirt, this collar has a few buttons that go a short way down your chest.
We use this term to refer to the kind of collar you see on polo shirts: two points like a formal shirt, but softer.
A close-fitting, round collar that covers your neck. It can go all the way up to your chin, or roll down if you prefer.
A rolled collar and lapel, found on cardigans and dinner jackets. It curves around the back of your neck down to a front closure.
Not quite a roll neck, a turtle neck collar only reaches part way up your neck.
Shaped like – you guessed it – the letter V, this is a collar that comes to a point in the middle.
A collar with a zip at the front. Fasten it to get a turtle neck shape, or unzip it for a more open look.