10 Things You Did Not Know About The Lowly T-Shirt
Posted on: Tuesday May-07 2019 @ 12:51pm
It is in New York in the early 1900’s that you would have found the pre-cursor of today’s ubiquitous T-Shirt. Originally you would have seen that it buttoned up in the front like the top part of one-piece Long Johns known as a “Union Suit”. The word T-shirt was first recorded in print in 1920, in F. Scott Fitzgerald’s début novel, “This Side of Paradise”
In 1938, about the time that nylon became p
The Hoodie: Inside, Out.
Posted on: Tuesday May-07 2019 @ 12:49pm
I JUST WEAR IT TO KEEP MY HEAD WARM… NOW STICK ‘EM UP!
Today we associate the hoodie with music genres like punk and hip-hop and with skater or surfer culture. As an article of clothing it is practical and in some climates essential.
The modern incarnation of the hoodie was first marketed to warehouse and outdoor workers in Upstate New York. Champion products claims to have made that first hooded sweatshirt in the ea
15 Of Our Favourite Clothing Labels
Posted on: Monday May-06 2019 @ 04:02pm
Sometimes there is more on that label than just washing instructions. Look what we found. While researching a blog post on mandatory labelling regulations we came across these fun (and sometimes dumb) clothing labels that we thought you would enjoy.
#1 IS THAT LOST IN TRANSLATION OR AM I MISSING SOMETHING?
#2 ALWAYS GOOD ADVICE
#3 ALSO GOOD ADVICE, BUT DO WE REALLY NEED TO BE REMINDED?
#4 REALLY?!? FIVE LINES OF TEXT AND NOT ONE I