Jump ahead Jingle All The Way Put The Cookie Down Now shirt . another few hundred years and we’re closing in on something that has a direct relationship with the t-shirts of today. The short sleeved top that we know and love had a forefather with legs! The union suit, probably better known as long johns in the UK, was a one piece under garment. When it morphed into a two-piece set, the top half had a distinctly t-shirt flavour to it. An item that was still underwear, but moving ever closer to something which would be acceptable as an outer garment.
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This is where the t-shirt as we know it really begins to emerge Jingle All The Way Put The Cookie Down Now shirt . What is now probably the most popular outer garment in the world begins an unstoppable rise. The bachelor undershirt makes an appearance in 1904. An innovation aimed at men without sewing skills, it had no buttons and could be simply pulled over the head. This was attractive because there was no need for the fiddly chore of replacing buttons. In 1913, the US Navy made this garment part of their standard uniform issue.In 1938, Sears launched their ‘GOB’ style shirt which was sold as both an undershirt and outer shirt. By the way, ‘gob’ was US military slang for sailor. This garment was white, had a crew neck, and was marketed as being suitable for camping, sport and work. And it was affordable, into the bargain. None of which is a million miles away from how we currently view the tee. As an aside, it’s said that Scott Fitzgerald was the first to actually put the term ‘t-shirt’ into print. It appears in his 1920 novel, This Side of Paradise.
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