The Kent collar belongs to the all-rounders among the collar varieties. It has tapered, straight collar legs and a medium length as well as height. The Kent collar is named after Prince George, the Duke of Kent, who in the 1930s was looking for a shirt which could also be worn with large tie knots.
Obviously his search was successful, so the Kent collar can be easily combined with all kinds of ties, even flies can be worn with it. When it comes to choosing a dress, you can wear it elegantly with a jacket, for example, or in a sporty, casual outfit. So it's always worth having a pair of shirts with Kent collars in your wardrobe if you need a quick and accurate option.