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Q Your recent button-down collar shirt column was a lovely piece for a boy from Little Rock who arrived at Yale without having seen a "button down" but adjusted as soon as his budget allowed and got a white one from J. Press. After I moved back South, I shifted to the modernized "point collar" dress shirt. BUT, these had to be heavily starched, in large part to keep the collars from flapping up. When the collars were re-engineered with a slot in the back of each side for a "stay," the problem was solved! But the stays get lost when you leave them in for the laundry to wash. They're hard to replace; few men's stores have extras on hand. Then you lose them again. ... Few men's fashion "solutions" are perfect. "So it goes" as Vonnegut reminds us.

For those not familiar with shirt collar stays, they are small, flat, rigid slabs, usually plastic, that slide into special stitched slots on the underside of a shirt collar's points to keep the points down/flat and in place. While the stays are usually made of plastic, some of the finer (more expensive) ones are made of metal. Most better dress shirts with straight point collars are designed with these slots; they come with one plastic stay in each slot. The purpose is to keep the shirt collar crisp by adding weight to an otherwise light and flexible piece of fabric.

Regarding losing those stays, although I hate to sound like "Mother," I will remind you that it is the wearer's responsibility to remember to remove the stays from his shirt before laundering it or before sending it to the laundry. If you forget and don't remove the stays, they can get bent or broken in the washer. Even worse, if they come through the laundry process intact, they can melt during the ironing process and damage the shirt's fabric. The result is a mess.

All of that said, most men will find a time when they need extras. There is a wide variety of collar stays on the market. They come in different lengths, widths and materials. Choosing the right one depends on the shape and length of the slot in the dress shirt collar. Collars vary dramatically and if your stays are significantly too long or too short you may want to double-check that your shirt is not so old that the collar is out of style. Current collar lengths are about 3 inches and work with 2.5- or 2.75-inch stays.

Collar stays are available in various materials, including plastic, stainless steel, brass, silver and even gold. Plastic is the most common material used to make stays. Inexpensive and totally effective, plastic collar stays are the go-to collar stays that most dress shirt manufacturers use. Stainless steel is the most popular metal for collar stays. Heavy and stiff, they will keep your dress shirt collar looking correctly smooth and flat. The material you choose for your collar stays is purely a matter of your preference. They all work. Googling "men's shirt collar stays," will provide a wide variety of choices, plastic to metal, in assorted sizes, ranging from $5 to $15 for plastic and more for metal. Also, most men's stores stock sets that you can buy.

In a pinch, collar stays can be made from just about anything. If you realize you left yours at home and need something to stiffen your collar points before an important meeting, consider making a pair that you cut from a plastic credit card. Even a paper clip will slide into the slot to work temporarily and effectively.

Simply put, collar stays are a small detail that make your dress shirt collar points look crisp. Since a man's shirt collar frames his face and becomes a focal point, it makes sense to be sure your collars always look great.

My collars suck without Wurkin Stiffs Magnetic Collar Stays. Without this product, I am absolutely messy looking and I appear as though nobody that helped dress me really loves me. The Hook-N-Stays make the rest of my life complete. No more buttons not buttoning up. Hook the button, guide the collar stay tip in the button hole, push the button through that stubborn button hole. Satisfying beyond measure. Thank you Wurkin Stiffs for changing my shirt life!

I love these magnetic collar stays! I had never used them and a friend recommended them. I tried them and am very happy I did. They greatly enhance the look of my shirts (and my self-assurance) in various situations including with a tie, under a sweater, and just a shirt. Thank you!

Our original Magnetic Power Stays are made from German Surgical Steel and they are hand-polished for smooth edges with a mirror finish. The best crafted collar stay on the market. You will not find better quality!

A small but mighty solution that adheres under any collar which do not have collar stay pockets. Our adhesive lasts through well-over 30 wash-and-dry cycles without coming off your collar. Made fron the same surgical steel as it's counterpart, these stays also do not rust.

The Only Plastic Magnetic Collar Stays. Our plastic is not flimsy like the collar stays that come inside your newly purchased shirt. These are made with a flex-back plastic, so your collar stays straight and buttoned-down at the tip.

The collars of quality men's shirts aren't usually prone to curling due to better cloth, construction, and the inclusion of collar stays. Collar stays can be purchased separately most often made from thin, flexible plastic but can also be found in mother of pearl and stainless steel. These can be purchased online or in men's clothing shops. Collar stays are slipped into (and out of, before laundering) a small fabric pocket sewn to the underside of the shirt collar. Stays prevent the collar points from curling.Plastic collar stays are meant to be removed from the shirt before laundering as they can melt under high temperatures. Magnetic collar stays, peel-and-stick temporary collar stays, and iron-on collar stays are available for purchase as well and are easily found online. Both the peel-and-stick and the iron-on collar stays are also good for polo and other knit shirts with curled collars.Of course, you can always depend on A Cleaner World for expert laundering, dry cleaning, and clothing care. Contact us or stop by any of our convenient locations for prompt attention to your curled collars as well as additional dry cleaning services. Also check out our Wild Wednesday deals, where everyone can get ACW quality at great prices every Wednesday.

Of course, all that comes with a relatively hefty price tag for an off-the-rack shirt. Casual shirts cost between $185 and $235 in 2020 and their more regular dress shirts range anywhere between $235 and $295. This is certainly a level where you can just, get online made-to-measure shirts but you can actually go to a local store or haberdasher get a full-fledged made-to-measure shirt, you can even get bespoke shirts in Europe for less than that, out of comparable fabric with considerably more handwork.

I noticef that you stated that collar stays in Eton shirts are inside the collars. It might interest you to know that I have an off the rack Eton shirt made out of denim, that has removable collar stays.

A return to the traditional collar stiffener, unlike plastic these cow bone stays will not bend with age.These Collar Stays are sold as a pair, and are rounded at one end and pointed at the other, so they can be easily inserted in to the specially made pockets on the underside of a shirt collar to ensure your collar points stay secure all day. 041b061a72


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