Monday 29 June 2015

Lacoste & Indian

While its history is uncertain, most believe it was originally developed as its known today back in the latter part of the roaring twenties by Rene Lacoste. However, historians have also charted it as far back as the mid-1800s in Manipur, India. Allegedly, soldiers with the British Army witnessed a polo match by locals and took it upon themselves to open the very first polo club in the world where the sport grew in popularity throughout India. At the time, most of them wore long-sleeved shirts made of thick cotton with broad collars but due to the heat and discomfort, they began attaching buttons to the shirt collar to prevent them from flapping in their face as the horses galloped. As they returned to Britain, they brought with the game of polo that was introduced to England in 1862.

Do you think football jersey should be brand as  a universal fashion t shirt just like this polo sport shit?
If yes, please let us know your reason and likewise no.
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