Some polo-shirts suffer from the bacon collar syndrome. That is, the edges of a shirt collar begin to curl up after several washes and never regain that original, crisp look.
Limp, flaccid, floppy and misshapen also describe this affliction, but I'm thinking there must be a more technical term.
What is this defect called in the shirt-making trade?
A user has kindly pointed out that my question is perhaps not suited for this forum. So... I'm also curious about the term bacon collar.
Whose brainchild was it, and when did it make its first appearance in print?