The Great White Shirt

Button down shirts originated from the late 19th-century English polo players, which was later adapted by John Brooks (of Brooks Brothers). These shirts were called polo shirts and were mass produced for men. Button down shirts became famous professional attire around early 20th century and gradually morphed into women’s clothing piece. Today button down shirts can be paired … Continue reading The Great White Shirt

50 Ways for Grey

Although t-shirts were originally intended to be worn undershirts, it took less than two decades for it to be a stand-alone outerwear garment. In late 1950s and early 60s hippie culture was gaining popularity in California, giving way to a more relaxed form of fashion. Eventually, t-shirts have become widely accepted as a casual wear. … Continue reading 50 Ways for Grey