A group of white people are still wearing a white shirt even though their social circles have become more diverse.
The trend began in 2012 with a white coat, which had been a staple for many white Americans.
In 2013, a new, more inclusive design style started to take hold, with more casual shirts.
This year, the trend continued with the white coat.
In the new design, the coat is often worn by people who identify as straight white men.
That trend, however, has taken on a life of its own.
In March, the fashion site H&M announced it was launching a “white-out” line.
H&M CEO Kevin Plank said the decision to launch the line was partly due to the success of the white-out trend.
The “white out” line includes white coats, hoodies, sweaters, jeans, jackets, and more.
The company says the new line will be available on October 18.
It has been a decade since the white coats were first seen, but the trend is still prevalent in many places.
For example, a survey released in November 2017 by the nonprofit Pew Research Center found that more than half of all U.S. households are now white.
A new trend is also on the rise: the white out.
The Pew survey, conducted last year, asked people to name their biggest concerns about race and ethnicity.
White people were the most cited group of concern.
White Americans are seen as having a high level of concern for race and being perceived as being more open and accepting of others.
This trend has spread to other areas, too.
In 2017, the University of California at Davis released an online survey that found that white people in the United States are also more likely to identify as being white and less likely to be black or Latino.