10 Best vests of 2020

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Undershirts Guide

In the cold months of the year, the walk to the outside without an undershirt is unimaginable. And even in summer, many people do not want to do without it. This is equally popular with both men and women.

Historical about vests

The undershirt has been around for a long time. Its evolutionary history is closely linked to underwear in general. And these already existed in modern times. Only at this time did the term „undershirt“ refer to the lower half of a shirt. However, the then „low shirt“ corresponded to today’s idea of ​​a undershirt. This was worn by both women and men under the guise. Until the French Revolution had the appearance of the vests , respectively. Low shirts share little in common with the look of today’s undershirt. Because this was a long linen shirt, which even in the bedwas worn. In both sexes, the shirt covered the trunk, arms, and legs up to the calves. The only difference between the vests for men and for women was in the neckline, which was slightly cut out in the women. In the men, however, was partly a collar approach.
The now known undershirt developed in the 20th century. There was that first T-shirt, which was originally an undershirt for men. Among the pioneers of today vests counts the end of the 1980s developed by Schiesser knotting jersey. Finally, in the 50s of the 20th century, the underwear made of fine rib and double rib.

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The undershirts developed over time in more modern variants. Over time, the buttons disappeared and the selected fabrics became more and more mature. Over time, in addition to the T-shirt variant and the carrier variant. The white was replaced more often by other colors. For example, shirts were increasingly offered in black or gray.
Nowadays, there are still the classic variants of undershirts. In addition, special undershirts for special requirements are commercially available. These are usually called functional undershirts. For example, undershirts for the business sector or which can be purchased for sports. Each of these special variants meets special requirements.
A business undershirt, for example, must be particularly tight as it is worn under a shirt. It should not be seen if possible. In addition, it must be able to demonstrate a special ability of sweat absorption. Also in length it differs from a classic undershirt. Since it must not slip out of the suit trousers, it is usually shorter. To make sure that it is not noticed, the business undershirt has got a new color, namely the skin color. Because it remains invisible on the wearer, it is also referred to as an „invisible undershirt“. The first invisible undershirt was launched in 2008 by the manufacturer ALBERT KREUZ.
The neckline of the undershirt has also changed over time. So today there are undershirts with a round neckline and undershirts with a neckline with button placket and shirts with a V-neck. Special shapes include necklines such as the Deep V Neck neckline, where one or two buttons on the shirt can be opened without the undershirt being visible.

Undershirts – Material

Until the 19th century, white linen was used to make undershirts. Because this material is a material that is cheap and easy to wash. So all underwear were made of linen. It was not until the 19th century that cotton wool gradually replaced linen. The entire underwear was mostly white throughout this time. This is the reason why the color white dominates today in the field of underwear. This is also the reason for the name of the laundry shops as white goods shops. And this name was used after all until the last century.
In addition to cotton, other materials are used today in the production of undershirts. But cotton is certainly the best material for undershirts. It is a natural material and is best tolerated by the skin. In addition, it can be exposed to higher temperatures during washing.

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