One of the most distinctive design elements in shirts, blouses and jackets is the collar! Depending on the shape of the collar, the garment says something about its wearer and the environment in which he moves. Of course, this also applies in the catering and hotel industry! Because even in workwear for the kitchen, service and reception, the collar is a detail that immediately catches the eye.
A true classic: the Kent collar! This collar shape is typically used on men's shirts. But the Kent collar also looks good on blouses. The Kent collar is a real all-rounder and can be worn in almost any hospitality concept. Due to its classic appearance, it fits both elegant restaurants and more casual concepts.
A lapel collar is the front edge of a collar that is turned inside out. The lapel fold extends the actual collar. This visually stretches the proportions of the wearer. The lapel collar is typical for jackets. It is also often used for jackets or blazers. The lapel collar fits especially well into elegant and classic concepts. However, service vests with lapel collars can also be seen in more casual hospitality concepts.
The trademark of the stand-up collar is the missing collar wings. The stand-up collar is classically used on chef jackets - but service jackets with stand-up collars are also popular. The stand-up collar looks very elegant on blazers for female reception or service staff in upscale hotels or restaurants.
The polo collar is the sportiest type of collar. As the name suggests, this collar is mainly found on polo shirts. These are especially popular in the summer, not only in the private sphere, but also in the gatronomy. Polo shirts are mainly worn in casual concepts - in fine dining restaurants, the polo shirt is a no-go.
The name of this collar is derived from the ribbon that decorates the collar. This collar variant is very feminine and gives female service personnel the opportunity to wear their workwear in a more playful way. At JOBELINE, the loop is not sewn on, but can be fixed under the collar with the help of a loop. Thus, the blouse can be worn either with or without a loop.