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August 28, 2012  | by: Caitlyn Gallip

Menswear makes a chic return with the Peter Pan collar

 You don’t have to be sprinkled with pixie dust to rock this season’s best neckline. The Peter Pan collar is being added to necklaces, shirts and dresses for this fall. No matter your budget, there is always a way to add this up-and-coming fashion trend to your wardrobe.

What's the Peter Plan top from ModCloth

If you are looking for a simple shirt to wear to class, then the What’s the Peter Plan Top from ModCloth is a comfortable way to try this trend. The dark navy color will complement any skin tone, while the yellow bow adds a nautical vibe.

Ditsy Butterfly dress from Forever 21

Trying this dress from Forever 21 is an effortless take on this trend. Perfect for running to class or going on a bike ride, this dress is fun and flirty. The lace collar adds an extra feminine touch. Pair this with a string of pearls and you will be turning heads.

Plaza Athena Collar necklace from Kate Spade

Adding a collar necklace is a great way to try this trend with any existing look.  This necklace from Kate Spade is a great way to add some sparkle and sophistication to any outfit. Although a bit pricey, this necklace will be the only fall update you need to complete your wardrobe.

What do you think? Are you ready to take the second star to the right? Or should this trend stay in Neverland?

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