CHANGE HAS NEVER BEEN SO EASY

 

 

Although the removable collar process is quite simple, we wanted here to go  through the diferent steps of its tying. The concept being almost disappeared and never been used by most of us, the objective here is to quickly be handy with the process within a few wears.

We provide here a short video, as well as an illustrated and written summary of  the steps below.

 

GOOD TO KNOW

 

The diference between a removable collar stud and a classical button lies in its insertion within the buttonhole.

A traditional button must be turned horizontally to fit in the buttonhole, whereas the stud will simply be straight pushed.

To do so, the stud mustn’t be manipulated like a button, but being pushed from the back thanks to your thumb.

 

STEP 1 - REAR TIE

 

We advise you to perform this step before putting your shirt on.

In addition to the simplification of the process, by doing so, you preserve the  sturdiness of the rear stitching with less pressure on it. 

Simply insert the button into the buttonhole.

 

STEP 2 - FOLD THE COLLAR

 

Once your collar is tied at the rear, you can put your shirt on.

Fold your collar as indicated on the picture, by placing it on each shoulder.

You’re now ready to close it.

 

STEP 3 - CLOSE THE COLLAR

 

As indicated in the introduction, the idea here is to place your thumb on the rear  side of your stud. 

While keeping your thumb in the same position, insert the first part of your collar.

Once it’s done, go get the second one and repeat the operation.

Your removable collar is now attached. You can adjust it by passing your index between you collar and your neck, all around it.

 

 

WHAT IF I WANT TO WEAR A TIE?

 

 

If you decide so, we invite you to go back to step 2, and not fold your collar yet.

Close your collar, as indicated in step 3, but let it remain unfolded..

 

Knot your tie as indicated in the picture, with your collar still unfolded.

 

You can now fold your removable collar, and adjust it all around your Officier collar.

You may also adjust your tie, so that your collar tabs can reach each other and  perfectly frame your tie knot.