History of the Not Sisters by Blood But Heart Tee
The history of the Not Sisters by Blood but Heart t-shirt is steeped in mystery. There is no indication as to when the t-shirt was first produced. Some people believe it to be a re-working of a Victorian era shirt that was designed to be sold in groceries. Some say that it was based on the Japanese kimono style dress shirt and others say it was a German design.
Regardless, the theme remains the same of the t-shirt: a short sleeve tee with an interesting image or picture. Sometimes the Not Sisters By Blood But Heart Tee has a double colored “sisterhood” emblem embroidered on the front, a logo or the name of a band, event or sports team, all done in black. The most common image used is a woman in a short skirt and a white top with the shirt’s illustration on the back. Most people say it’s an English design but there are a few other cultures that might have their own versions of the t-shirt too.
One of the most interesting things about the Not Sisters by Blood But Heart t-shirt is the way it can be worn and how it fits. The shirt’s short sleeve tees are long enough to cover the entire arm, making it easy to roll it up and put on if you don’t want the sleeve being seen. It’s designed to fit tightly across the stomach and the hips for a comfortable fit, but it can also be loosely rolled down the leg to make a short jersey tee suitable for wear during sports activity or yoga. If you’re looking for a unique gift idea that will go well with a variety of clothes this winter, the Not Sisters By Blood But Heart Hooded Sweatshirt is sure to be a hit!