"The less regarding the consumer, the easier it gets for a contemporary label to mass produce disposable garments.
Look at your clothes from the inside.”
Photo: All the details featured on this specific custom made 1940’s USN blue dress jumper were concealed. Only the wearer knew, as this crackerjack looked all regulation from the outside (no “Liberty cuffs” either, aviation maintenance technician E4 H. Marion was no show off apparently.)
Today, contemporary clothing brands have it easy. Few are the customers peeping inside a garment anymore.
Who cares about construction, or Country of Origin for that matter, when you can get full attention of your peers sporting a nice rhinestone skull T-shirt, or other obnoxiousness…