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How to Wear a Polo Shirt With Style Professional

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The hoodie is definitely geared toward the younger generation. The urban clothing industry is definitely in the lead for the creation and marketing of hoodies. The trend can be traced back to rappers who wore them as a way of looking sinister. Now the trend has taken off and any urban clothing enthusiast would have at least one hoodie in their wardrobe. Famous hoodie brands include Christian Audigier, LRG, and BAPE (Bathing Ape). These clothing designers know what the young crowd want - unique designs that give the individual a sense of personal style.

Hoodies are no longer just popular for males. Clothing designers have created hoodies that fit the frame of young women as well. They do not fit large and bulky the way most men prefer their hoodies. Women'hoodies are made to fit a woman's frame to still accentuate her figure. The urban look of the hoodie compliments both men and women when wearing a cool pair of jeans and some fly kicks.

The hoodie is not limited just to the urban clothing scene. Surfers and skateboarders are big fans of the hoodie as well. It is not uncommon to see both surfers and skateboarders sporting their favorite brand of hoodies on the beach or at the skate park. Popular brands for these hoodies include Element, Billabong, and Hurley. Not only are hoodies creating a fashion statement, but they are practical for a surfer who is attempting to stay warm after catching some early morning waves.

T-shirts come in different styles, colors, and sizes, to suit the unique tastes of global citizens. But something we rarely think about is the history of t-shirts–how did the t-shirt originally come into being?

T-shirts were originally worn by veteran men as undergarment beneath their uniforms, but have since evolved to become a tool for branding and self-expression.

Here’s the history of t-shirts, and how they’ve evolved throughout the years.

The Beginning of the T-shirt: The Earlier Years

T-shirts were first introduced in United States sometime around the time of the Spanish World War. They were given to members of the U.S. Navy to be worn as undergarment beneath their uniforms.

Previously called a union suit, the first form of t-shirt was from New York. A union suit was a one-piece garment in white color with buttons in front. Nowadays, we’d probably call it a onesie, despite the fact that it’s used as an undergarment and is tighter and more close fitting than it’s modern counterpart.