I am totally fussy about T-shirts: other than basic white GAP I get a little lost when it comes to anything more than that. I am beyond fond of my Wildfox Couture t-shirt that has part of a Romeo & Juliet sonnet printed on the front (but it has the obvious disadvantage of people staring at your front while trying to read it) but still can’t quite get over myself that I spent the best part of £50 on a t-shirt. But, I have worn it and worn it, so on a cost per wear it has turned out to be not such an extravagance. I’ve done a quick scoot around to see what’s new in T-shirt land that are a bit more than just a t.
Obviously this has you-know-who references, so it’s making its way into my wardrobe right about now! It’s £25 HERE.
It’s almost impossible to show the detail here but it’s a white t with a multi-coloured fleck in the weave – I have one in grey – but what I like about this is the scoop-y hem that’s really flattering and doesn’t do that cut-you-in-half thing that white T-shirts can do. It’s £32 HERE.
This is quite short in the body making it perfect for petites – I’ve just been gawping in astonishment at Lavin T-shirts on Net-a-Porter for £650 (yes, really) so the £34.50 (half price) for this is suddenly looking totally reasonable! It’s HERE.
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