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“When I thought of noir as the competition began, I sketched an Asian high-collared dress, tight as can be, with a high slit up the side.”
“But in Wedding 1918, Bella's dress is primly high-collared, her veil long and her hand gloved, in keeping with Marc's conventional suit and hat.”
“And while she said she's "not a designer girl," she does want a high-collared vintage, lace gown although maybe not in white.”
“It was unflattering, stark white, and short in length with a high-collared bolero jacket.”
“Tall, maybe six-two, narrow athletic frame, early twenties probably, fair hair feathered into a fashionable cut, his smile gleaming almost as much as the expensive leather jacket he wore over a striped high-collared shirt and dark jeans.”
“It seems almost all of them choose to mimic the Elvis in his high-collared rhinestone-studded corpulent years and not this young God.”
“Kurt Wilberding/The Wall Street Journal A sheer midnight blue gown with a high-collared top, a creation by designer Christian Siriano for his Fall/Winter 2010 collection.”
“Lightweight shirts were collarless, or high-collared with buttons in the back, paired with loose trousers or Bermuda shorts.”
“Mays and Durocher wore their home white uniforms, with black letters and orange trim, while Day wore a high-collared patterned dress with a hemline below the knees.”
“In September, Ebony placed Willie and Marghuerite on its cover, he wearing an open pea-green sweater and yellow cotton shirt while holding their white poodle, she in a high-collared pink flowered dress, pink heels, and pearls, both of them leaning against the broad front fender of a shiny pink Thunderbird with a pink steering wheel.”
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