How many t-shirts do you have in your closet at the moment? I have lost count of the pairs I have. Research shows an average individual owns 2 t-shirts at every point in time. The t-shirt is currently the favourite fashion stable for many men, women and children. Everyone loves a good t-shirt, and I can see why. It is so easy to dress up with a fitted blazer, skinny jeans, and some cool heels, or dress down a pair of jeggings, sneakers and a denim shirt, and most t-shirts are affordable. Personally, I try not to spend more than £20 on one, but I tend to go for the pieces closer to the £20 price tag as they seem to wash better and last longer. Whenever I can’t think of what to wear, I throw on a t-shirt, weather permitting of course.
The origin of the t-shirt is associated with the uniform of the British and American Navy. It was also originally meant to be worn as an underwear, but now, we all wear it as an outerwear as well. Today, the t-shirt is known as a symbol of democratic fashion and style, a way people have chosen to express themselves through fashion, and fashion brands are cashing in on it big time.
I like my t-shirt to come in various designs and styles, so I have a variety in my wardrobe. Here are 3 of my favourites at the moment:
This t-shirt was a souvenir a family member got for me, while holidaying in Jamaican. I love the bright print on white. So beautiful. I will be wearing a lot of this beauty in the summer months.
I got this pretty pink, Paris t-shirt while holidaying in Paris last year. I feel so girly whenever I have this piece on. My daughter and niece have the same t-shirt and we all look like Power Puffgirls when we wear it, lol.
This Zara t-shirt is a wardrobe essential. It is great to wear to underneath a black or blue blazer, or with a denim jacket when out and about. The necklace attached to the piece is just adds to the beauty.
What do you think of these pieces? And back to my first question, how many t-shirts do you have in your closet at the moment?
Drop me a comment.
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