A Big, Bold Graphic - T-shirts call for simple graphics, not intricate ones. This is your chance to get all Rothko. Note the shorter sleeves and how the tee hits just barely below the waist. That’s how a good tee fits.
The Surfer Tee - Even if you’re a landlocked midwesterner, it’s your birthright as an American to channel vibey West Coast surfer energy via a T-shirt.
Old-School Stripes - Most striped tees have a distinct East Coast nautical vibe—you know, the sailor thing—but this burnt orange is pure Cali.
The ’70s Ringer Tee - A perfectly simple design that will never die. Big color and just the right amount of Dazed and Confused.
The Suit-Jacket Tee - A sport coat or suit works best with a designer tee, like this fashionably slouchy one.
The Perfect V-Neck - A good V hits well below your Adam’s apple and well above that strapping chest of yours.
The Vintage Rock ‘n’ Roller - A replica of a promo shirt for Jamaican DJ Mikey Dread’s radio show; once worn by Joe Strummer.
The Pocket Tee - Not just any purple: The dye is rich and inky, and the tee will break in uniquely, like good denim.