Skin tone T-shirt
What color is actually skin tone?
And why do we only call one particular color skin color, while there are dozens of skin colors? Sounds rather discriminatory and not inclusive, something Undiemeister® does aim to be. Simply because we are not alone in the world and it's unacceptable to exclude anyone Based on any criteria whatsoever. There are so many different color T-shirts for sale that everyone can choose their skin color. The term “skin color T-shirt” is therefore incorrect if it only refers to 1 color.
And why that particular ''skin tone''?
And what was it actually about with regard to skin color T-shirts, when it comes to undershirts? The point is to find a color that does not show through your shirt. Naturally, that depends quite a bit on the shirt: what color is the shirt and how thick, with regard to transparency. It turns out that a beige, khaki-like color is the least translucent, so this color is the best choice for an invisible T-shirt. So even though khaki is not your skin color, a term that was coined incorrectly, it is the best color to prevent it from showing through and is therefore often called the skin color T-shirt.
An invisible T-shirt from the desert
You probably wouldn't have thought it was possible to get a T-shirt with a khaki color from the desert. Or did you? Because khaki is perhaps the best camouflage in a desert. Not that we searched through thousands of shades of the desert to find a shade that we could use for a khaki T-shirt, or “skin-color T-shirt”. The shade was just there. And it didn't even take us that long to find that color if we're honest. A new direction, also for us.
A khaki T-shirt with a deep V-neck
Undiemeister®️ would not be Undiemeister®️ if we had not taken it a step further. Not just a deep V-neck. Not just a khaki T-shirt (or "skin color T-shirt"). But a combination of the two. Because we thought, if you still want to add an invisible T-Shirt to the range, isn't it best to combine the two variables, the deep V-neck and the khaki color, or skin color, in 1 shirt? Wouldn't you agree? No sooner said than done. Because if you're going to do it, do it right.