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It seems to have reached a certain saturation point, for me.
I'm just a teeny bit sick of them.
I think that I prefer them on shirts as opposed to dresses.

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Peter Pan collars are cute. I see them often in Asian stores because they love cute there (Harajuku Girls, anyone?) I've even seen a variation to the theme with a collar made wholly of pearls. They don't suit everyone tho. Their great for young people (with a thing for quirk) only. Everyone else should steer clear.

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I like them when they are kept kind of clean and simple, but when they are not I go off them quickly. I think one has to have a very elegant neck for this look too.

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I love the peter pan collar when simple and without too much frill... this one is def on my lust list atm:



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Peter pan colllars are incredible. I buy many of those vintage! So flattering!

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since I like shirts with collars in general, it's no surprise that I like peter pan collars. yep, they are like everywhere now, but I always seem to like them on oversized shirts more than the tighter, shorter type of shirts that I'm seeing all over the place.

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I think they can look really cute, especially poking out from underneath a jumper.

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Boring, but feminine.

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Boring, but feminine.
I agree, I used to like them, purchased them, everyone bought similar, ended up looking generic, but still surprisingly cute and feminine.

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