Ever Wondered Why Is There A Small Loop At The Back Of Your Shirt?


In life, we come across a lot of mundane things but look past them without realizing their importance. We are so busy doing everything else that we don’t know how crucial some things can be, but we don’t really seem to care, do we? There’s so much in life that we let go unnoticed without the thought of its existence. Well, I don’t want to go into deep talking but I believe there is always a reason for any and everything to exist. So let me enlighten you on something you wouldn’t have even bothered giving a thought about.
Have you ever in your life wondered why there’s a loop on the back of your favorite shirt you frequently wear to work? No, right? Like I said, there’s always a reason behind everything and there’s a solid reason behind this one too that you must know about.
So get ahead and give this a read.

These little loops on the back of the shirt.

Yes, this is what we’re talking about. On the back of a shirt, where pleats meet the yoke, there’s a loop that you might not even know exists, which is on every other shirt you own and it’s about time you guys know why it’s actually there. The loop was invented back in the day when clothes made sense unlike what the fashion scene is right now. The reason is pretty sensible.

Earlier, there weren’t any wardrobes to hang your clothes.

Hence, those loops were really important to hang shirts without wrinkling it.

These loops were incorporated in shirts since the 1960s.

They were known as ‘locker loops,’ or ‘fruit loops.’ Sometimes, if customers didn’t like them, they could take off the loops while purchasing the shirts as well.

This trend was started in the US and then gained popularity everywhere else as well.

But since the invention of wardrobes, these loops are nothing but just a decoration piece to your shirts.

They also come in loops like this.

Just to serve a purpose of being hung without getting crumpled.

Or something like this as well.



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