Shirt derivatives

Among the derivative varieties of shirts, Hawaiian shirts and polo shirts are common. Hawaiian sweater, designed by A. akona, a Polynesian from Hawaii, is usually made of printed and dyed cloth with rich colors and bold brush strokes, which is loose and comfortable and suitable for wearing in tropical areas. Introduced in 1940 by the United States and widely popular. Lapel shirt generally refers to the shirt that can be closed or turned over. The long sleeve shirt is generally equipped with the left and right chest bags and square hem with the bag cover. When wearing, it does not tie or tie. It is usually made of plain thick fabric. It is a men’s single coat in early summer and late autumn. Short sleeve is also called Hong Kong shirt. Its shape is basically the same as Hawaiian shirt, but the color is mainly white or light.

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