And it's not just wedding dress that we've seen this trend appear on. The look was also heralded for decades by the late Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who said she wore oversized collars to bring “something typical of women” to her traditional black robes.
When you are wearing your oversized collar, you can pick your vibe! Do you want to be a Victorian-era damsel (but secretly a wicked smart queen)? An 80s princess? Or a feminist judge trailblazing law reform? Pick your player!
The oversized Peter Pan collar has really been a secret aesthetic full of strength that has been worn by women who have made their mark on history, as will you in your own important way.
A muted mono-coloured style can be elevated by an oversized Peter Pan collar.
Styling a Victorian-era collar over 70s jackets and clashing patterns plus Converse give the ensemble a modern twist.
The romantic look can hint to a dash of edgy with a splash of skin showing.
If you aren't completely feeling the oversized Victorian-era Peter Pan vibes, opting for a frilled collar a la Bella Hadid is a chic alternative.
You can shop the fashion edit here:
Poplin Top With Contrast Collar, $55.95 from Zara.
Striped Platter Collar Top, $55.95 from Zara.
Asos Design lace frill collar white, $28.00 from Asos.
Asos Design cotton frill collar in white, $16.80 from Asos.
Screen Queen Ribbed Knit Top Sky, $89.00 from Verge Girl.
Collared Sweater, $29.99 from H&M.
Wide Collar Shirt, $29.99 from H&M.
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