Mick Jagger followers rejoice, The Rolling Stones’ ‘tongue and lips’ brand has been recognized as essentially the most iconic t-shirt of all time, in keeping with a brand new survey from dry wash spray, Day2.
Taking second place within the research is the well-known Che Guevara t-shirt, which depicts the face of Argentinan-born revolutionary Ernesto Che. The Arduous Rock Café tee, with the brand initially created by artist Alan Aldridge, was voted the third most symbolic.
The survey of two,000 respondents, performed by the world’s first dry wash spray for garments, Day2, additionally discovered that for nearly half (44%) of the nation, the common-or-garden tee is their favorite merchandise of clothes. Whether or not it’s sportswear, embellished tops or fundamentals, Brits purchase 5 new tees a 12 months and put on their favorite on common 5 instances a month. Nevertheless, one in six (16%) Brits admit to purchasing a totally new tee fairly than washing one they personal.
We’re emotionally connected too, as a 3rd (33%) of these surveyed say their t-shirts maintain plenty of necessary reminiscences for them, and 36% really feel unhappy in the event that they must do away with one which has been given to them by a liked one. One other one in three (34%) nonetheless put on their favorite t-shirts even once they have holes in or are broken. Day2 is the brand new saviour on your wardrobe, doubling the lifetime of tees and different clothes which can be simply broken by way of over washing by permitting extra wears in-between washes.
The nation’s laundry habits have additionally been revealed, with the common Brit usually carrying a t-shirt solely twice earlier than washing it. Moreover, Brits put a median of three washes of clothes on per week and spend 43 minutes per week ironing their garments – which equates to greater than 10 billion garments washes carried out yearly within the UK and greater than 103 million hours a 12 months spent de-creasing clothes collectively.