Summer in the UK can be fleeting, but when the day comes for you to bask in the sunshine, Fruit of the Loom t-shirts are a stylish and versatile option. Unlike a lot of the flimsy apparel available on the market today, they’re an excellent, long-term investment that will continue to look good after plenty of wash and wear.
Worn with a plain open shirt and chinos a Fruit of the Loom t-shirt adds depth and texture to any outfit. This look also strikes a perfect balance between smart and casual. It is ideal for first dates, nights out at the pub or family barbecues.
If you’re heading to a concert and want an edgier style, try a checked or flannel shirt with ripped jeans and Converse.
No longer the reserve of Napoleon Dynamite and stepdads, tucked in t-shirts are now at the height of fashion. However, it’s not as easy as you might think to get the high-fashion look. It’s all about finding a good fit which doesn’t make your body look an odd shape. Generally, this means not wearing it too tight but instead achieving the right amount of looseness.
When assembled correctly, this is a great look for daytime drinks or shopping with friends.
From the sun-kissed skateboarders of California to the wide-eyed ravers of Manchester, loose-fitting, baggy t-shirts have become a real favourite for aloof, young culture-rebels around the world.
Fruit of the Loom t-shirts are perfect for this style. Their timeless cut and quality fabric mean that they don’t just look good on the first wear, but time and time again.
For a more sophisticated style, look no further than Paris, where they tuck in– but only at the front – ‘ah, c’est chic’.
This look can be topped off with a slip skirt, pencil skirt, leather trousers or a pair of classic, black Levi’s.
Since becoming the favoured look for 50’s icons like James Dean and Elvis Presley, White t-shirts with their sleeves rolled up has never slipped out of fashion.
There is a trick to getting the perfect roll. Here are a few tips to help get the look.
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