As slip-on clothes without buttons, which originally became popular in the United States when they were issued by the US Navy during or after the Spanish-american War of 1898. It was a crew neck, short sleeve, white cotton blouses to wear under a uniform. It was common for the sailors and Marines in work teams, the first submarines and tropical climates to eliminate its “jacket” uniform, clothing (and dirt) only the T-blouses.
soon became popular as a lower layer of the clothing of workers in several industries, including agriculture. The T-blouses was easily installed, easily cleaned, and low-cost, and for these reasons became in the straitjacket of the option for young children. Blouses for boys were made in several colors and patterns. By the Great Depression, the blouses was often the garment default to be used when you farm or ranch tasks, as well as other times when the modesty requested a torso that covers but conditions required fabric light.
A V-neck of the blouses has a V-neckline and is, in comparison with the round-neck collar of the blouses more common round neck. V-neck were introduced so that the neckline of the liner is not highlighted when an outer liner takes on it, by reducing or eliminating the cloth visible above the outer sleeve of a tops round-neck.