1. Ted's Draws £20 | 2. SINSTAR £30 | 3. SINSTAR £30 | 4. Lazy Oaf £30 | 5. Allsaints £40 | 6. River Island £16 | 7. YSL from Mr Porter £175 | 8. Puma by Hussein Chalayan from ASOS £50 | 9. Blood Brothers from Selfridges £35 | 10. D&G from Luisvaroma £210.35 | 11. DSquared2 from Luisvaroma £100 | 12. Topman £18 | 13. Mark Lupfer from My-wardrobe £99 |
14. Pep Marchegiani from Farfetch £60 | 15. Alexander McQueen from Mr Porter £280
I have way too many t-shirts then I care to admit, and I can't seem to stop buying more! I think I am subconsciously trying to own a t-shirt for everyday of the year! Which just shows how much us fellas rely on this two pieces of cotton fabric stitched together, and they're becoming more popular as of late. It's seemingly out-selling other departments in the current recession, where outerwear and accessories are performing poor, the front print tee has seen a significant improvement in sales. Maybe it just means we're finding cheaper ways to update our wardrobe, it's easy to wear not to mention flexible but comfort is paramount for me. I can literally wear my favourite t-shirt downtown AND uptown but still look good and feel like myself, how times have changed. So I have scoured the web to find the best (in my opinion) just to make it just that little bit easier for you...and this is just about personal taste, but this is where you can express your personality so what does your t-shirt say about you?