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History

The world’s oldest preserved garment, discovered by Flinders Petrie, is a “highly sophisticated” linen shirt from a First Dynasty Egyptian tomb at Tarkan : “the shoulders and sleeves have been finely pleated to give form-fitting trimness while allowing the wearer room to move. The small fringe formed during weaving along one edge of the cloth has been placed by the designer to decorate the neck opening and side seam.”

shirt is a cloth garment for the lower arms. Originally an undergarment worn exclusively by men, it has become, in American English, a catch-all term for almost any garment other than outerwear such as sweaters, coats, jackets. In British English, a shirt is more specifically a garment with a collar, sleeves with cuffs and a full vertical opening with buttons or snaps. (North Americans would call that a “dress shirt”, a specific type of “collared shirt”). A shirt can also be worn with a necktie under the shirt collar.

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Types of shirt

  • T-shirt – also “tee shirt”, a casual shirt without a collar or buttons, made of a stretchy, finely knit fabric, usually cotton, and usually short-sleeved. Originally worn under other shirts, it is now a common shirt for everyday wear in some countries.
    • Long-sleeved T-shirt – a t-shirt with long sleeves that extend to cover the arms.
    • Ringer T-shirt – tee with a separate piece of fabric sewn on as the collar and sleeve hems
    • Halfshirt – a high-hemmed t-shirt
      • A-shirt or vest or singlet (in British English) – essentially a sleeveless shirt with large armholes and a large neck hole, often worn by labourers or athletes for increased movability. Sometimes called a “wife beater” when worn without a covering layer.
      • Camisole – woman’s undershirt with narrow straps, or a similar garment worn alone (often with bra).
  • Polo shirt (also tennis shirt or golf shirt) – a pullover soft collar short-sleeved shirt with an abbreviated button placket at the neck and a longer back than front (the “tennis tail”).
    • Rugby shirt – a long-sleeved polo shirt, traditionally of rugged construction in thick cotton or wool, but often softer today
    • Henley shirt – a collarless polo shirt
  • Baseball shirt (jersey) — usually distinguished by a three quarters sleeve, team insignia, and flat waistseam
  • Sweaters — heavy knitted upper garments
  • Jackets, coats and similar outerwear

 

 

Source : en.wikipedia.org

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