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    Definately different for women with polos and shirts - victoria beckham usually wears her shirt collar up and she looks good, a lot of girls at my school used to wear their shirt collars up and looked good, super models almost always pop their collars but with guys it just looks.......dumb
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    i think people who wear the collar up are nobs - and look stupid too
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    I'd only do it with a rugby shirt with a certain collar... one which sits properly. But then again, I'm a bit of a rah, albeit a provincial one. Hardly an everyday thing.
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    I've never heard the term "Rah" used before, I've only ever heard "prep", anyway I don't see why some people think it looks so bad, i 'pop' my collar on polos but not shirts, and i think it looks really nice when girls do it too, having said that, I think you've got to have a certain style to pop you collar, as it looks s*** when chavs/pikeys do it.
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    To be honest when I see a guy with the collar up, something in me makes me want to punch them :eek: Its quite strange really. I suppose I better get use to it, going uni this Autumn.
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    I love how popped collars on polo shirts used to be considered a totally chavvy thing to do, now its rah!
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    good on guys. low jeans, aviators and messed up hair and boat shoes...
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    I dont like it personally but looks nice for girls sometimes
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    hey i always wear my collar up looks cool as ! x
 
 
 
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