Apparel Terms

T – Shirt and/or Tee Shirt: Google says is so called because when you
flatten out the front side of shirt and pull the arms out to the side,
you get a Shape in the form of a T.
T – Shirts come in two styles: Crew Neck has a round neck-line and
does not have a collar, often worn with other layers.
The name dates back to 1939 and was named after a type of sweater
worn by Rowers.
V – necked Shirts, so named as neck-line is in shape of V, has no
It is often said that one of the reasons a Tee was worn is to hide
mens’ chest hair.

SweatShirt: Google says a Sweatshirt (one word) is a loose collarless
pullover or jacket usually of heavy cotton jersey, having sleeves.
Other names are pullover, jersey, jumper, cardigan, maillot, perspire, raglan,
shrug, slipover. Sweatshirts are made of soft absorbent fabric, as cotton jersey, with
close-fitting or elastic cuffs and sometimes a drawstring at the waist,
Commonly worn during athletic activity for warmth or to induce

Hoodie: Google says Sweatshirts and Hoodies are sportswear
garments to keep you warm in the cold weather. They have quite a
similar look at a glance and are often made with similar fabrics;
however, there is a difference between sweatshirts and hoodies.
Very obvious is that a hoodie has its hood while a sweatshirt is
without a hood. Also, it makes you look trendy and stylish.

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