If you have fuller cheeks with a rounded jaw, a more narrow point collar can help to elongate your natural face shape. Look for collars that counter balance your round facial structures.
Best Collars: Standard Point, Button Down, Narrow Point, Hidden Button Down, and Tab Collars.
Avoid: Wide Spread collars; they will make your face appear wider and fuller.
Worst Collar: Wide English spreads.
If you have a square jawline, classic point collars are best for everyday business. For a sporty look, try a button down approach, and a long point, narrow spread for a formal look.
Best Collars: Standard point, Button Down, Narrow Point, Hidden Button Down, and Tab Collars.
Avoid: Wide spread collars; they will make your face appear wider and fuller.
Worst Collars: Medium to Wide Spreads.
If you have an oval face shape with high cheekbones and a narrow jawline, you should counterbalance by choosing collars with a higher degree of spread. It will make your jawline appear wider and more distinguished.
Best Collars: Medium to Wide English Spreads.
Avoid: Narrow Point collars; they will make your jawline look even thinner.
Worst Collars: Narrow Point with very long points.
Best Collars: Button Downs, Narrow Points, Medium Spreads. They should all be cut with a low front and back.
Avoid: High collars and Wide English spreads; they will make you look heavy and shorter.
Worst: Collars cut with a high front band and English Spreads.
Best Collars: Button Downs, Medium Spreads, Wide English Spreads. These should be cut with a higher front and back height.
Avoid: Collars made with short point lengths and standard heights. Most ready to wear shirts that you find in department stores are made with a standard height. Your best bet is to have your shirts custom made so you can choose this option.
Worst: Collars cut with little to no band height.