Cool Tees

Cool Tees

I remember a time, not so long ago, when wearing t-shirts was almost an insult to fashion. Reserved only to teenagers and men. Except for plain white tees or breton stripes. Boxy, boring, t-shirts were just not an option to have in your wardrobe. That is unless you were dressing up for a gangsta rap themed party. Nowadays, the choice is gigantic and incredibly creative. So much so that it only takes a pair of jeans and one of those cool t-shirts to feel stylish now. And since they are generally pretty affordable, t-shirts can be pretty addictive... My own personal favourite brands for t-shirts are Zoe Karssen (absolutely adore the fabric), Maison Kitsuné (cute and preppy), and Zadig & Voltaire of course (for that touch of romantic goth). And I have recently discovered punk brand Boy London. But there are many more to choose from. And it's also worth checking out other brands such as Etre Cecile or Rad (the latter being both cheap and fun).
 Maison Kitsune

Maison Kitsune

 Zoe Karssen

Zoe Karssen

 Boy London

Boy London

 Zadig & Voltaire

Zadig & Voltaire

The 'Parisienne' T-Shirt from Maison Kitsuné is currently sold out unfortunately. But it is a classic of their recurrent collection so will no doubt come back in new colours. There are many Zoe Karssen T-Shirts available at 50% off on The Outnet so it's worth checking out regularly. The Forever Cowboys is currently on at £30. I love the unisex style and drip Tee from BOY London, which you can get directly from their website at £42. Finally, the last tee I am wearing is one of the signature logos of Zadig & Voltaire. This particular one is from a few collections back. But logo or motif t-shirts are part of the brand's basics so whatever the season, there are always plenty to choose from. They can be quite pricey though. So my advice is to buy them on sales as they are usually available at 40-50% off.

Marc Jacobs

Marc Jacobs

K.Moss x Equipment on a budget

K.Moss x Equipment on a budget