Sep 20, 2013

The Perfect Tee Part 1

Last weekend while going through my closest, I came to...


Last weekend while going through my closest, I came to the realization that I have a shockingly small amount of t-shirts that I like and fit well.A few years ago I wanted to expand my collared shirt collection and, during that time, it appears as if I have neglected my t-shirts.

Now I am not talking about basic tees or undershirts, I’m talking about shirts that can be worn out to an event but still be comfortable enough to lounge around all day in!

So for part 1, I wanted to pick out some shirts that weren’t super loud, shirts that focused more on texture than on print.These types of shirts are extremely versatile due to their ability to be layered but also be able to stand-alone and still draw attention.
Here are a few of my picks:


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Neil Barrett $340

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Marni $210

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T by Alexander Wang $95

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Band of Outsiders $275

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Sacai $160

And for those of us that are ballin' on a budget:

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Topman $40

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ASOS $24

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Topman $36

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Topman $30

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ASOS $20

And special shout out to making handmade unique shirts:
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Tevin Vincent $95

Which one is your favorite? Let me know in the comments below or on twitter @MicahJordann



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