As a someone with a more minimal sense of style, there is no question that t-shirts are a staple in my wardrobe. In fact, I have so many that it might look a bit absurd to outsiders, but I swear they are all unique in their own way! You can prob tell that I take my tees very seriously, I figured I would do a round-up of my favorite t-shirt brands that I wear all year long especially in the summer.
With a logo stating “t-shirts that never get old”, there is no doubt why I had to mention For Days first. This company has a unique concept in that you can basically get a subscription to t-shirts. You choose from a selection of tees, wear them as much as you want, and when you notice they are getting worn in, you can return them to be upcycled. They will send you a new replenishment!
When it comes to classic cropped t-shirts, Xklara is the place to shop. Currently, they have a couple of styles from a recent collaboration with Hanes and if anyone can get a classic tee right, you know it’s got to be Hanes. These cropped options are perfect for putting together an effortless everyday look.
Shaina Mote (linen tee)
Up next on the list, we have Shaina Mote, an LA based brand. Specifically, I wanted to touch on the loose tee. I kid you not when I say it is absolutely the most comfortable linen t-shirt I have ever worn. It is also the perfect slouch fit t-shirt that looks good no matter what. This one has definitely been a go-to for me this summer.
If you are looking for that classic t-shirt fit but in a wider selection of colors, look no further than Cotton Citizen. They offer up a couple of different silhouettes but in amazing colors such as lemon, coral and aqua. This is an easy way to add some color into your wardrobe if you usually stick to neutrals like I do.
Honestly, men’s t-shirts might be the best thing ever. If you never shop in the men’s department, you need to get on that. For some reason, men’s clothing just seems more cozy and comfortable by tenfold. Uniqlo’s men’s tees are a great resource for those classic fits – and at a reasonable price too.
For an updated version of the classic tee, I always find myself going to Reformation. Their selection of classic t-shirts is quite extensive, but what always gets me to come back for more is their minimal typography tees. These look so cute on but they also let you bring some of your personality into the look too!
Lastly, I have to mention the stellar collaboration between RE/DONE and Hanes. Similar to the aforementioned Xkarla, these t-shirts are the perfect staple piece. They seem to just go with anything, act as the perfect layering device and are incredibly comfortable. There is nothing wrong with going back to the basics.
What are your favorite t-shirt brands?