Brighten your summer with pieces of white from your wardrobe. It is always a must to wear white during this season; it helps stand the hot weather, it shows your tan better, your makeup looks much more attractive, and you can never be out of style with white! It is a fresh color, especially when you wear it in full, as in from head to toe. You can also choose to include one or two white items; it is up to your taste.

Take white to new heights in your outfits this summer with these latest fashion news, tips and trends…

White Skirt: Put away your pencil skirt in favor of a skirt that is full and white. Pair it with a skinny neutral belt and loose tank blouse.

White Cutout Dress: Wear white cutout dress with high heels in to look formal, elegant and match the summer’s latest fashion trend.

White Jeans with ivory shirt: The ivory shirt will stand out next to white jeans. They are perfect for a fancy and chic off-duty look.

White loose pants with a buttoned shirt: They come with a laid-back vibe, perfect for any journey you have during the day.

Monochrome Ensemble: Mix different colors of white in one outfit, like a creamy blouse with really white jeans and sneakers. You don’t need to be a bride or going to the beach to get all white.

Lady-like shoes: It is absolutely gorgeous to wear these shoes with dresses in the same white color. A cocktail frock will give you a sweet look.

Tailored white pieces with contrasting accents: A white shirt with black buttons, a black belt and black shoes, next to white pants… This trending fashion style makes an awesome combination.

Layers of white: Don’t think it’s too much to wear all white, from head to toe. Choose white hair accessories, shoes, bag, shirt and skirt. Wow!

Long Evening Dresses: Just as simple as that! You don’t need to be over accessorized to look elegant at night. Choose a long white dress stripped of extras. Our bright terani couture cocktail dresses help to impress men.

The very first mention of T-shirts appears to have been just prior to 1913, after the end of the American-Spanish war. The US Navy issued T-shirts to their sailors to be worn as underwear. These early precursors of the modern version of the shirt were long, so that they could be easily tucked into the trousers, and they had a crew neck. They became known as T-Shirts simply because of their shape.

Sometime later, the US army also started to issue T-shirts to be worn as an undergarment. It was workers, like dock workers and farmers, who first began to wear the garments as outer clothing, because the shirts were cheap, cool, and they were very easy to clean and care for.

The first time that the short-sleeved shirt started to be worn as general causal wear was shortly after the Second World War, when de-mobbed servicemen wore their military underwear shirts as an outer garment.

It wasn’t until the 1950s, though, that the T-shirt became really fashionable and most people give credit to Marlon Brando for that happening. When people saw Brando wearing a T-shirt in A Streetcar Named Desire, American teens caught on to the idea and it started to become a fashion statement. It still took quite some time after this before the garment became acceptable enough to be worn by adults.

The very first printed T-shirts are thought to have been produced with Disney Characters printed on them in the mid to late 1950s, and printed shirts didn’t lose their childish image until the 1960s and 1970s. It was then that the shirt began to be used as a form expression and the first protest and political messages appeared printed on the shirts.

During the course of the 1970s, T Shirt design became more elaborate and printed shirts with company logos, rock band motifs, book covers, and the iconic smiley face, appeared on the scene.

In the 1980s, bold slogans began to become popular and TV shows, like Miami Vice, proved that a T-shirt could look cool and smart if it was worn with designer gear, such as Armani suits. During the late 1980s, the designer brands, like Ralph Lauren and Calvin Klein got in on the act and they started to produce T-shirts with their own logos on.

The T-shirt certainly has come a long way from its humble beginnings as a practical piece of underwear for American servicemen. It’s been a garment for the working man, an expression of youthful rebellion, a fashion statement, and now, it’s the most widely worn items of clothing in the world.

Whether it’s a Stephen King Pennywise the clown T-shirt, or a collection of plain T-Shirts, there is barely a wardrobe in the world now that doesn’t have at least one T-shirt tucked away somewhere inside it.