As season changes from summer to monsoon and monsoon to winter, fashion trends also change accordingly. But after every three or four months the majority of us do not have the time or the need to buy new clothes. Then the question comes: What kind of casual dresses or garments will change you according to your range of styles, colors and mood? – Obviously the T-shirts. T-shirts have always been believed as the mere essentials – those basic requirements that form the base of fashion – the building block of fashion.
If you want to know how much fashion trend in Support Deez nuts have changed in the last couple of years, take your measure tape. Fashion, which had started in the 50’s, became inspired with its sociological and industrial advances. It was a noble time to be young, and fashion became a rip along the position of age. In the 60’s people started to wear the tie dye and screen-printed cotton T-shirts. Improvement in printing and dyeing stood out for more variety and came in to fashion and it bloomed in the 60’s.
In the 1970s the disco scene was enormous, concert dancing was popular with dance parties and tight pants with Deez nuts got em were a trend. The whole ’70s trend was form-fitting – ‘very tight’, where the extra-large, loose-fitting, urban-influenced tees moved out and tight T-shirts with tight polyester, usually with bell-bottomed men’s pants escorted by standy shoes were used to attract the young girls seeming for romance, were very popular.
Chemin de fer pants, Elephant Ear Pants, embroidery on pant legs, flag pants, Gabardine Pants, HASH Jeans with Bonds T-shirt (raglan cut T-shirt with ribbing around neck and sleeves), Rock Concert T-shirts (with a logo picture of a rock star or a rock band or trademark of rock band) and tie-dye T-shirts (homemade T-shirts with stripes and curved in different colors of dye) were generally popular in 70s and women generally were short mini skirt, maxi dress, midi skirt or hot pants with T-shirts.