National White T-shirt Day falls on Feb. 11 each year, marking the end of a union strike by employees of General Motors in 1937. As part of the symbolism of the strike, everyone wears a white shirt or blouse. The holiday originated as “White Shirt Day,” but it is now more commonly referred to as White T-shirt Day. We personally love to wear a white tee all year round, so commemorating a moment in history while doing so just makes it that much better.
Will you rock a white tee?