- robert stoian
The T-shirt, now unisex and all purpose, began its life as an undergarment worn by men. In the Middle Ages, T-shaped Shirts made of woven cotton or linen provided a layer between the body and the garments worn over top. These Shirts were easy to wash and provided a hygienic barrier for the skin. Wearing a clean, laundered Shirt showed off a gentleman’s wealth. The T-Shirt underwent several significant changes...