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Thursday, February 2, 2012

Stiff Upper Collar

Every time you go out you have a tendency to adjust your clothing. Be it your pants, shirt or jacket. One main target of adjustment is always your dress shirt’s collar. If wearing a sweater or jacket over it, one has to on occasion keep the collar in check to ensure that it doesn’t flare out over the top layer of clothing. Additionally, they typically do flare a bit after some usage or like an older man suffering from ED; collars sometimes need something to maintain their stiffness.

It doesn't look good to walk around with a messy and wrinkly collar. It takes away from the entire outfit and it becomes the focus of most observant people who talk to you. Aside from ironing the collars or starching the shirts, what else can you do to maintain your shirt’s erection after you first put it on so that you’re not disappointed later on at night when its collar goes flaccid?

The name of this solution says it all, ‘wurkin stiffs.’ A neat little product that is inserted into dress shirt collars to keep them upright at every occasion. This truly is the Viagra of shirt collars. These are metallic collar stays that come with tiny magnets that are put on the inside of the collar which locks it into place, keeping it hard all night long. No pun intended. Therefore, for those of you who are incredibly OCD about this, here is your remedy. It is sold in various quantities and formats. They also have them available for Polo shirts.

In my humble opinion, this is a must for every stylish man’s wardrobe. Here are some pictures to help you visualize the effects of this prop:

Without 'wurkin stiff power stays' and with them on. Notice the difference? I sure did.

Do yourself a favor and get this, the side effect of priapism in this instance is a good thing. Plus, they come in a cool little wallet style case with instructions (with a major typo, let's see if you notice it as well!) that you can take with you anywhere in this beautiful world:

Collared out.

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