Tuesday, 4 September 2012


 Tabbed collars were popularized by King Edward VIII. Tabbed collars have a snap or button and loop that connect the collar behind the knot of the tie, which serves the same function as a collar bar or pin. 
 It pushes the tie knot up and out. A small four-in-hand knot with a skinnier tie is best with a tab.

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