Statement Collars Are In: Here’s How To Wear Them

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Detachable collars are a great way to breathe new life into much loved or old clothes, says style editor AISLINN COFFEY …

In need of a lockdown pick me up that doesn’t cost the earth? Why not try a detachable or removable collar. Coming into the festive season, the collar craze is picking up steam: collars of all shapes and sizes are bang on trend. Think dagger collars, scalloped collars and oversized doily lacey ones. Tapping into Irish designer JW Anderson’s vision, fashion brands in the know have created unexpected modern versions in faux fur, leather, organza and cotton. Detachable collars are a great way to breathe new life into much loved or old clothes. According to new independent fashion brand Queens of Archive, “A collar will brighten up any outfit by throwing in a little bit of sass, a pinch of edge and a sprinkle of gold dust. Make space in your accessory drawer, you’ll be needing it.” Try one to elevate a minimalist sweater, dress or sweatshirt (and try to make sure it doesn’t look like a toddler’s bib) …

Main featured image: JW Anderson AW20 photographed by Jason Lloyd Evans

QUEENS OF ARCHIVE

Gold Dust Queen leather collar, £70stg, at Queens Of Archive

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COS

White lace applique detachable collar, €39, at Cos

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EUGENIA KIM

Black Leonora satin-trimmed faux fur collar, Eugenia Kim, €158.45, at Net A Porter

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JW ANDERSON

Striped ribbed neckband, €150, at JW Anderson

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GANNI

Yellow print organza collar, €75, at Ganni

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RAF SIMONS

Curb-chain faux-fur collar, Raf Simmons, €513, at Matches Fashion

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