Cochic Collar Extenders (+2)

Comfort and chic, both practical and fashionable – Buy Now

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Tight collars must fall

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Although I don’t outright condemn leaving one’s top shirt button undone under your tie, it’s a pretty shabby look to trapes around in. So stop being a slob and hook yourself up with some collar extenders to keep dapper.

Totally invisible under any neckwear

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Mormons wear only our best ties to church, and I’ve been spreading the good news of these collar extenders with my brethren every Sunday.

Love These

#1. Simple genius of design. Using elastic to make things flexible and ensuring you can get away with it

#2. Branding is Fleek! From the graphic on the buttons to the shirt-inspired packaging, the whole ensemble is so nice.

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#3. The CEO of the brand reached out to me personally, which is a great experience in this age of feeling like a faceless consumer. After seeing my review of the collar extenders the CEO filmed a response video answering my questions:

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#1. Transparency. I’ve been in this industry far too long to take anything at face value. But the fashion chain is incredibly complex and we all do our best so it’s actually just -1/2.

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#2. STorgae. Either you can store these tiny things in some other place, or you can go through the drama of attaching and un-attaching them from their packaging each time you want to use them. Having said that…the packaging does actually work reasonably well as a storage device, especially given the small and elastic nature of the buttons. AND by a miracle that I will attribute directly to the packaging, I’ve managed to keep both these tiny buggers for over two years (touch wood). So again -1/2 is sufficient ;)

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You know I’m a sucker for a gimmick, and I’ve been wearing these collar extenders without a tie even; it brings just a little pop to my austere up-tight look. But be warned, these things are so fab you may go too far with the styling…

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