Belfast Telegraph

Friday 26 December 2014

The 10 Best men's T-shirts

1. Multicolour stripe: £75, Levi’s Vintage Clothing, mrporter.com - Will look great with a pair of the brand’s famous blue jeans. The coral neckline is nice and will bring colour to the face.
2. Flock print: £40, Lens by JW Anderson, topman.com - To avoid looking too Seventies, style it up by cuffing the sleeves to reveal a bit of the white inside. Team with chinos.
3. Ombré stripe: £22, urbanoutfitters.co.uk - Echoing the dip-dye hair trend, the graded purple tint on this fits the bill while horizontal stripes add a bit of visual structure to the loose silhouette.
4. Indigo stripe: £65, YMC, youmustcreate.com - An alternative way to wear double denim, the faded indigo on the collar and patch pocket give a worn-in feel to the cotton jersey fabric.
5. Blue stripe: £16, burton.co.uk - A blue stripe is a nautical classic for summer and throwing some bold primary colours and grey marl background into the mix on the yoke adds interest.
6. Urban safari: £165, Yves Saint Laurent, brownsfashion.com - Ruinously expensive, yes, but the sepia leaves on this collage with animal-print safari suit do make a statement.
7. Birds: £15, asos.com - The subdued colours go hand in hand with the comfy cotton jersey for a relaxed summer look. Adding a navy V-neck cardigan won’t cover up all the birdies.
8. Tie-dye: £10, riverisland.com - Having ditched (most) of its hippy dippy connotations, tie-dye is having something of a renaissance at the moment. This ticks the pastel-trend box too.
9. Pink stripe: £55, Polo Ralph Lauren, matchesfashion.com - This candy colour may seem too bright at first but it looks great on most skin tones and works really well against tanned skin.
10. White: £50, James Perse, mrporter.com - Plain white tee from LA-based James Perse is up there with other luxury investment pieces. Don’t spill your soup, though.

Whether you fancy stepping out in stripes, pastels or prints (or prefer something plain) we have the top for you.

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