Point or else Straight also called as the Small: a Tuxedo Suits collar that appears narrow, by 2½ to 3¼ inches between the points of the Tuxedo Suits collar.
Tab: a point Tuxedo Suits collar that has two loops of fabric that extends from the middle of the Tuxedo Suits collar, which meets behind the Tuxedo Suits tie; it is designed to give the Tuxedo Suits tie an arc effect. The tabs can be clogged with a metal snap, 2 button suit or stud.
Eyelet: a Tuxedo Suits collar which requires a barbell-style Tuxedo Suits collar bar
Club: a Tuxedo Suits collar with rounded edges, very fashionable in the first few decades of the 20th century.
Button-down: a Tuxedo Suits collar, that 2 button suits to the front of the shirt at its points. It was patterned after the Tuxedo Suits shirts of polo players and was considered a games shirt until the 1950s in America. It is still today a more sporty style and is rarely worn with a Tuxedo Suits. The term "2 button suit" is often mistakenly used to mean any dress Tuxedo Suits shirts with 2 button suits, as opposed to just those with a 2 button-down style Tuxedo Suits collar.