History of the T-shirt: Origin and Evolution

History of the T-shirt: Origin and Evolution

History of the T-shirt
The T-shirt is one of the most commonly used types of dress for both men and women. It is the cotton-like flexible fabric that makes people fall in love with T-shirts. It is a commonly bought costume that they are always at the top of our lists in the wardrobe. T-shirts have always been dear to us, and so here we are going to talk about the history of T-shirts. The story of when and how they came into existence. First use of T-shirts: The US is the first place to employ the usage of T-shirts. The people who belonged to the navy wore a T-shirt beneath whatever they wore as uniform. Many people started preferring to wear these T-shirt as they were made out of lightweight material and it…
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DIY T-shirt Ideas that you didn’t know Earlier

DIY T-shirt Ideas that you didn’t know Earlier

T-shirt Ideas
Old T-shirts can be so embarrassing when you check out your wardrobe. It is a little secret inside everybody’s closet that they have old t-shirts that they do not use anymore and at the same time cannot dump them as well. But we are here to help you out. Today we are going to list some of the best ways to refashion your old T-shirts and make them look amazing on you. So there is no more embarrassing, it’s just embracing! Have fun. Old white t-shirts: Almost all of us have a white T-shirt that too plain and looks sad all the time. We must have loved the idea of a white shirt when we probably bought them. But then they are looking quite gloomy now. Also, they aren’t looking…
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PLAY SHOPPING BINGO!

PLAY SHOPPING BINGO!

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Enter now to WIN a $10,000 Shopping Spree For the month of February you have the chance to WIN a $10,000 shopping spree in your favourite AMP Capital Shopping Centre store. Simply shop at Warringah Mall and spend between $1 and $1,000, then register your receipt below to win. Remember, the more receipts you register, the greater your chance of winning. Good luck!  
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Sunburn’s Swimwear Revolution

Sunburn’s Swimwear Revolution

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Our Swim Stylists understand the emotional investment into the purchase of swimwear. We get that buying swimwear is a purchase that deals intimately with body confidence, so we come prepared with product knowledge that is second to none! We are armed to help you find the perfect swimsuit that you will LOVE yourself in. Sunburn is all about fit and fashion. Our Swim Stylists will use their unrivalled fit knowledge and sense of style to match you to the trends so all women leave Sunburn stores feeling comfortable and stylish. At Sunburn we strive to make every customers experience, in store or online, one that will forever change the way you feel about shopping for swim. We aim to leave you feeling gorgeous, stylish, confident and empowered in your hot…
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New Gift Cards Now Available

New Gift Cards Now Available

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Take the guess work out of finding the right gift and let them pick their own! Our new Gift Cards will not only save you time, but let’s the recipient choose what they really want from – knowing it’s still a special gift, incentive or reward from you! The Gift Card can be used at any participating store at Warringah Mall and can also be used at any other participating AMP Capital Shopping Centre across Australia. Participating centres are: • QLD – Pacific Fair, Mt Ommaney Centre and Sugarland Shoppingtown; • NSW – Macquarie Centre; • WA – Garden City Shopping Centre and Karrinyup Shopping Centre; and • Vic – Knox Shopping Centre Warringah Mall Gift Cards can be purchased 7 days a week from the Customer Service Office located…
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Free Breast Screening at Warringah Mall

Free Breast Screening at Warringah Mall

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BreastScreen NSW Mobile Screening unit will return to the Warringah Mall from 12 January to March 2012 and will be open from Monday to Friday 8:45am to 4:30pm. The service is free for women over 40 years of age with women 50 to 69 years of age particularly encouraged to attend. This mobile screening unit is conveniently located behind HCF building, next to Target Car Park which can be accessed via Pittwater Road. The mobile screening unit at this location has always had a positive response and 1,250 women are expected to attend during this visit - so book your appointments early. Breast cancer is the most common cause of death from cancer among Australian women. Approximately one in nine women in NSW will be diagnosed with breast cancer in…
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