T-Shirts are universal dress, used in almost all the countries in our world.
It is easy to manufacture, easy to wear and also easy to wash.
The name T-shirt was derived from its shape, it looks like English letter 'T', when the sleeves are stretched. The traditional style is round neck and short/half sleeves.
There were many types evolved from this.
And also based on the sleeves type, it is further classified as,
Unisex pattern is free of any gender categorization/ limitation.
Unisex clothes are garments that are designed without a specific gender in mind.
For the past few years Unisex fashion is setting a new standard for the industry and many brands are launching specific Unisex ranges or removing gender specific signage in store.
New Technologies used in T-Shirt manufacturing.
Bio washing is an enzyme treatment to the fabrics, with Cellulose enzymes, for the purpose to cut the protruding fibers. The treatment applies to cotton as it is a cellulose-based fiber.
Bio wash fabric means, something that is previously washed, biologically to ensure that the clothes you buy do not shrink later as cotton fabric has a tendency to shrink post first wash.
It is a fabric finishing procedure that improves consistency by reducing the unevenness in stitched garments.
This procedure gives softness to fabric and a seamless look.
Preshrunk refers to the treatment of neutralizing any residual shrinkage before offering the garment or fabric for use or sale of the textile products.
Shrinkage can be improved with fiber selection and various processes (especially finishing techniques) controls. The simplest is cut panel laundry in which the sensitive fabrics are washed and dry before cutting them into the garments. And called ‘’Pre-shrunk’’. There are some chemical treatments such as resin application which can help in controlling shrinkage.