We at Brandish have been doggedly following this trend to the point that it could have some kind of restraining order placed on us.
We’re ardent D.I.E fans here at Brandish.
So we could barely contain our excitement when the D.I.E S/S range went up at
Oki-Ni. While they do make other items, everyone knows that eye catching t-shirts
are their speciality.
Every once in a while, it’s nice to look at items that you can wear in the
forthcoming seasons. While coats are all well and good (we’ll be featuring a
lot more during this week), you need to start stocking up on t-shirts. Preferably
ones that stand out. Everyone knows how annoying it is to see someone wearing
the same t-shirt as you.
I know I’ve been recommending a lot of
T-shirts lately but you have to wear something under your knitwear. The latest
in my long line of out-of-season picks is this Imaginary
New Yorkers are so skilled at creating something iconic and marketable. It’s one of the most recognisable cities in the world, and every street, shop or person can contribute to the New York brand.
Take the classic “I heart NY” tee for example.
250 nicker for a T-shirt? Are you ‘aving a bubble?
I like a brand with high falutin ideals. Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction is just such a brand.
Don’t you hate it when you buy an item at full price, only for it to be in a sale a couple of weeks later?
Dreaming of holidays? Eio’s Dream Paradise t-shirt has a great beachscape rendered in brushstrokes complete with paint drips but accessorise with a beat-up straw hat and you’ll probably look like a tit.
For all you t-shirt lovers out there, Threadless is one of the best places to go and get unique t-shirts from.
This cool colour block t-shirt is surprisingly enough from Next, this means that not only is it cheap, but the chances of you spotting anyone you know in it are slim.
Fans of the TV show will be excited to hear you can now adorn your chest with one of Dr House’s ‘House-isms’.
Fashionista have posted this hilarious tribute to the House of Holland tees conceived by blogger Gary Littley.
Pledge your allegiance to the olden days, and all things British with Urban Outfitters’ Andy capp t-shirt. It comes in grey marl and black. Andy Capp been lazing, boozing and arguing since 1957, and since his creator Reg Whyte’s death in 1998 the strip has been lovingly kept going. For a truly authentic look you’ll need to accessorise the t-shirt …
Lazy oaf have got a heck of a lot of cool t-shirts. My favourite is their snap happy tee, kind of like a new version of the tux tee it makes you dressed for business in about 30 seconds. Perfect for wearing with lemon yellow shorts and old sneakers for a retro tourist look. They also have sweatshirts, socks, belts …
Joystick Junkies’ Space Invader tee is a brilliant way to pledge your allegiance to all things pixel-related. The design comes in a nifty foil print on a black ultrasoft tee. The company have got tons more computer/arcade game related tees and hoodies, so if Space Invaders wasn’t your thing you could sport for example, a 720 or Sensible Soccer tee.BUY …