HomeStyleStyle MeDouble Collar Shirt – Double the Looks Gracie Opulanza December 18, 2012 Style Me 8 Comments Double Collar Shirt If there is a shirt – for this winter – that you should make a priority to own then the double collar shirt is it. From Ted Baker London, to Zara Man and, lets not forget, Paul Smith – the double collar shirt is the new ‘it’ item for men this season. It’s versatility can give any outfit, the edge it needs to go from cheap to chic. It’s the detail in some of these double collar shirts, that is enthralling people. The concept has been around for a long time, we know, but the added twist is in the two different colours or patterns layered over each collar. Not to mention the quirky collars that are available with the square buttons. Choose Your Collar and Colour The key to choosing your double collar shirt is the colour. Make sure you understand your colours and what works for you. Avoid choosing colours that make you look pale. If you’re not completely sure on your colouring, then choose a colour that matches or complements your eye colour. If in doubt stick to safe colours, the double collar will be enough to give life to your outfit. Black shirts with double collars look amazing but please don’t be afraid to go for more adventurous colours! Patterns are not to be avoided either! Embrace the controlled chaos of paisley and stripe! The Interview Whether it’s your first date or an interview to up your game career-wise. A double collar shirt could be just the lift you need. It’ll leave a positive impression to all those who see you. Trust me when I say you’ll leave a long standing impression with the double collar. It can also be an indicator that you are an adventurous person and are willing to take risks – even if its just through your wardrobe – employers love that. 7 Camicie With over 300 stores in 30 countries, Italian business 7 Camicie knows how to lead when it comes to shirts for both men and women. Their shirts are amazing generally, but it has a dedicated section for double collared shirts and the collections are continuously changing. In fact they have 777 models of Italian shirts to choose from world wide. Website: 7 Camicie 7 Camicie, a great starting point from which to choose your double collar shirt. 7 Camicie, match it up with a nice tie. Keep your blazer, suit jacket simple this Claudio Lugli shirt will sort out the details. Choose the darkest colour in your shirt and team it with your jacket How amazing does this look, it’s all in the details. Instead of wearing the traditional white shirt this festive season, try a double collar shirt. Ted Baker London vest paired with a double collar shirt and you’ll know you look good. If you want to be remembered this shirt is an attractive start. This festive season team this Ted Baker suit with a double collar shirt and you’ll just look gorgeous Zara Man double collar shirts in store right now, it goes for a more simple design, perfect for day wear. 8 Responses shoesmaketheman December 18, 2012 I’ve just recently discovered 7 Camicie in Sydney, and I’m a fan! Reply Facebook User October 23, 2013 Log on to http://www.fineaustralianshirt.com.au and see the beautiful limited edition collection of double and high collar shirts. Reply Double Collar Shirt – Double the Looks « Kvinto January 2, 2013 [...] See on http://www.menstylefashion.com [...] Reply Fredericks March 25, 2013 Take a look at our Claudio Lugli shirt collection.. http://www.frederickscleveleys.co.uk/c/27/mens-claudio-lugli Reply Nike Air Max 2012 April 10, 2013 Nike Air Max 2012… Feldman’s reason for the improvement: the Super Louis Vuitton outlet UK Nike Air Jordan Segment Feldman’s reason for the improvement: the Super Segment. With so many options like Nike Air Max wall mounting or hand operating options as well as attract… Reply Gracie Opulanza April 13, 2013 thanks for this Reply Arfeen July 24, 2013 how I can purchase this double collar shirt please reply me on firstname.lastname@example.org I am waiting Thanks Arfeen (+92 03145080005). Reply harold September 23, 2013 love the shirts. wish you made a line that fits the average american’ whom tends to be thicker through the waist Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. Name* Email* Website Comment Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.