The raglan shirt opens at stress points to make the process of horizontal dressing an easy one. The shoulder seams and one side seam use Velcro to open up and the underarms are secured by snap tape for a stronger closer. Students are laid down on the open shirt and the top layer brought over them and easily closed. The redesigned dressing process avoids the armholes, headhole, and tightness. The fabric is light and breathable, particularly important for students who spend large periods of time in contact with their chairs, and the hem is short to avoid irritation or catching. Designs make the functional shirt customizable, playful, exciting, and unique. To use in conjunction with the circuit, conductive fabric is added in normal stripe-like fashion to the back of the shirt.