A T-shirt, or tee, is a style of texture shirt named after the T state of its body and sleeves. Generally, it has short sleeves and a round neck area, known as a team neck, which misses the mark on collar. Shirts are for the most part made of a stretchy, light, and economical texture and are not difficult to clean. The T-shirt developed from underpants utilized in the nineteenth 100 years and, during the twentieth 100 years, progressed from underpants to general-utilize easygoing apparel.
They are commonly made of cotton material in a stockinette or pullover sew, which has an unmistakably malleable surface contrasted with shirts made of woven fabric. A few current variants have a body produced using a constantly sewn tube, delivered on a roundabout weaving machine, with the end goal that the middle has no side creases. The production of T-shirts has become profoundly robotized and may incorporate cutting texture with a laser or a water stream.