The classic t-shirt is a garment that never goes out of date. Here are seven great t-shirts worth checking out.
It’s said that the t-shirt became popular after the short-sleeved shirt was used by the military in Europe during the First World War. Nowadays, it’s hard to imagine what a t-shirtless wardrobe would look like, and it’s undeniably a garment that can be varied endlessly, as it suits all styles.
Maybe you can find a new favourite from among our site’s most popular models?
With a large logo on the back and a small one on the chest, there’s no doubt about where this t-shirt comes from. The outdoor brand Patagonia has become increasingly visible in recent years in various forms of streetwear, even though its heart still lies in the great outdoors.
The brand works to counteract the disposable culture and reinvests part of its turnover in various nature and environmental promotion projects. And on top of that they also make some really nice clothes, like this t-shirt in 100% cotton.
You need to update your basic wardrobe at regular intervals, and this three-pack of t-shirts from Lyle & Scott could make the ideal addition to your underwear drawer. The t-shirts are made in a material mix of 95% cotton and 5% elastane and have a normal fit in a slightly longer model. Made from a slightly thinner material, they keep their shape nicely after washing.
The three-pack is available in two different colour schemes, one with black, white and grey, and one with only white.
The family business Helly Hansen started making oilskin coats at the end of the 19th century. After developing the business and having enormous success with their lumberjack fleece sweater in the early 60s, they have continued creating garments for those on land too.
This camouflage patterned t-shirt is made of a mixture of cotton and elastane which makes for a really comfortable fit. It has a normal fit and a logo on the left sleeve. The model is available with both short and long sleeves.
Hugo Boss have long been known for their classic men's collections and are also a major producer of both women's and men's perfumes around the world. The dressy style also reappears in their more casual clothes, such as this polo shirt.
Dolive is made of 100% cotton in normal length and fit and is available in four different colour schemes to suit all tastes.
From workwear to hip clothes that can look just as good on a dance floor as in a workshop. Carhartt have been manufacturing clothing and accessories for over 130 years and are still a family-owned company with their roots in Michigan, USA.
This t-shirt is made of 90% cotton and 10% elastane and has a casual design with an extra seam in the side to ensure that the fit lasts. As a detail, there’s also a chest pocket with the Carhartt logo on it.
Check the quality. A cheap t-shirt is a waste in the long run as the fit becomes skewed and the seams twist once it has been washed a few times. Aim for something that can last through many washes.
Buy multi-pack. Some brands sell popular multi-pack models. Buy a few extra while you're at it.
Check the brand. You can indirectly become an advertising board for the brand you wear if it has the logo on your shirt. So if you find a stylish shirt from a brand you don’t recognise, do a quick check to make sure you feel happy supporting them.
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