Eton collar

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broad white collar worn over the lapels of a jacket

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Reddie had dispensed with the usual classical curriculum in favour of more modern languages, got rid of top hats and Eton collars, and introduced art and music, and practical skills such as carpentry, into the syllabus.
There had be establishments like the Roath Village Dame School, too, with kids in pinafores and Eton collars using slates and chalk, presided over by the Dame - who always had her cane at the ready.
The young Basil Hume attended Newcastle Preparatory School where the boys had to wear Eton collars and a black cap ringed with gold.
See the small boys in Eton collars and all the bicycles.
It's not compulsory for little Lord Fauntleroys in their top hats and Eton collars to become Tory politicians.
The days of stiff Eton collars popular with schoolboys in the 1920s are long gone with most youngsters turning up to school in trainers if given half the chance.