The term blue collar was first used in reference to trade jobs in 1924, in an Alden, Iowa newspaper. The phrase stems from the image of manual workers wearing blue denim or chambray shirts as part of their uniforms. Industrial and manual workers often wear durable canvas or cotton clothing that may be soiled during the course of their work. Navy and light blue colors conceal potential dirt or grease on the worker's clothing, helping him or her to appear cleaner. For the same reason, blue is a popular color for coveralls, which protect workers' clothing. Historically the popularity of the color blue among manual laborers contrasts with the popularity of white dress shirts worn by people in office environments.
BLUE COllar REspect
This shop is Blue Collar Built!
The Blue collar workers build your house, assemble your car, protect our freedom, transport all of our goods, etc. We appreciate and respect the people who sacrifice and shed their blood, sweat, and tears to build and maintain the privileged life we live. Bluecore was built by and built for the Bluecore Army.
Barber cut including hot lather neck shave
Barber cut using a straight razor/foiler around the ears and taper with neck shave
Clipper cut on top with faded back and sides
Traditional straight razor shave includes steam towels, hot lather, plus other products and techniques to achieve this unforgettable bucket list experience
Custom beard trim and shaping
Full custom beard trim with hot towel straight razor shave of the neck and the top of cheeks
Traditional straight razor shave includes steam towels, hot lather, plus other products and techniques