Telnyashka Russian Sailor Shirts
Fashionable, comfy, and meaningful
Russian Telnyashka is a symbol of a great military pride and self-confidence for those who wear it. It is a part of the uniform for Russian Naval Infantry - Marines, Russian Airborne Troops - VDV, Special Forces - Spetsnaz, and also for sailors of Military Navy Fleet of Russia - VMF.
The word "Telnyashka" derived from the Russian word "Telo", which means "Body", since it is worn directly on the body without an undershirt.
Telnyashka come in a variety of colors and thickness.
The Colors of Telnyashka
The official color and shade of the stylish stripes are:
Black (depth) - submariners
Dark blue (sea) - Navy and Naval Infantry
Light blue (sky) - VDV paratroopers, GRU Spetsnaz (posing as VDV)
Light green (forests) - Border Troops
Red - OMON and Internal Troops of the MVD
However, you can find pink sailor shirts and other colored striped sailor shirts as well...
Aug. 19, 1874 - The Russian Navy Telnyashka was officially implemented as one of the key attributes of the naval uniform.
In 1912 the stripes got a makeover and became equal widths of 1.1cm (It used to be 1.1cm blue stripes and 4.4cm white stripes).
a cute Telnyashka variation
This dress is made from the real deal... and can be made any length you want!
Just some fun sailor things...
Telnyashka = "Soul of the sea"