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    …paralleled an ideological shift in Europe known as the Enlightenment, which happened during the mid-17th century and carried on through most of the 18th-century. Philosophers such as Jean-Jacques Rousseau championed an ideal man who was unencumbered by the whims of artifice and who was dedicated to realizing his “true nature” — which in fashion terms meant favoring clothing that was simple and tasteful and not the gaudy and extreme fashions favored by the upper classes and fashionable elite.Another pragmatic evolution of the collar occurred in the 1830s, when the detachable collar was “invented.” That’s in quotes because the ruff was also a detachable collar, after all. But this time, the detachable collars were simply normal shirt collars like you’d see today, but sold separately from the shirt itself.The detachable collars were a way to do something that you probably did this very week: avoid laundry. Because collars and cuffs were both the most visible parts of shirts and the parts most likely to get dirty, separating them allowed people to do the shirt equivalent of only washing your armpits after you go to the gym. Plus, according to An Uncommon History of Common Things, that meant that “the main body of the shirt could remain soft while the collar and cuffs that were ‘seen’ could be starched and shaped in many ways.”

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    Not all collars were detachable during this time, but the era of the detachable collar is my favorite era of collardom simply because of ads like this, where collars float alone alongside earnest text as if shirt went to clothing heaven but the collar got sent to limbo:Men’s Wear, 1907The popularity of detachable collars and starched collars in general began to fade in the 1920s and 30s. As G. Bruce Boyer writes in True Style, “Beginning in the 1930s… the stuffed sausage look began to change. Central heating, lighter weight fabrics, and a more relaxed social attitude all contributed to making men’s clothes more comfortable.”

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