Ainsley Collar v. Forward Point

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Which type of collar do you prefer?

Ainsley Collar
Forward Point (Traditional)
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Ainsley Collar v. Forward Point

Postby AVBucks4239 » Fri Feb 03, 2012 1:43 am

I'm new to the Brooks Brothers scene (ordering my suits from the essentials tomorrow, very excited). They have all these different collars, and I really don't know which ones to pull the trigger on.

I'm wondering if this is a matter of preference, or whether a certain type of collar is appropriate for certain jobs. I definitely think the Ainsley looks classier, but is it over the top for non big-law type jobs?

If I'm over-thinking this, just tell me. But I've consulted the suits "megathread" (including reading Puffer's awesome post) and can't find anything specifically addressing the type of collar.

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Re: Ainsley Collar v. Forward Point

Postby gp86 » Fri Feb 03, 2012 3:44 am

G. T. L. Rev. wrote:Ainsley and it is not close.

Not at all. The forward point is the most traditional collar; the Ainsley (or spread, I guess) is more modern, trendy look. There's nothing wrong with going with the spread, but it's as far in collar width as you should go;if you want to play it safe (as in, correctly), go with the forward point.

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