i know i wasnt the only one who went and searched for these glasses.
also what's the Aaron Paul story @bows1
I want these:
Will pair with a Kiton half zip knit over a Borrelli shirt and 23 ounce denim for Styleforum mashup look. Might add in an Individal Sentiments beanie to really confuse people.
Something that is soft, but also fairly sturdy, Flat lock stitching under the arms and along the sideseam is always good. Tees seem to nearly always distintegrate there first, because there is more friction there, and also because the design is inherently poor. There is a lot of stress right at the armpit, and it all hinges on, pretty literally, a single point...
I think I've said this before, but in comparison to the American Apparel Summer shirt (or whatever it's called), this would be my perfect t-shirt:
- not as deep, slightly wider neckopening
- less drapy/seethrough fabric, ie sturdier but still lightweight
- about same length, it's impossible to find any non-drapey tees that are longer than "normal" models
- less slim
(possible john elliot would fit ^this nicely, but it's too expensive even without shipping for something I'm not more certain of)
I would also consider 50/50 blends. When I did more of this stuff, I came across a company (they only do B2B) called New Line Apparel (NLA), which makes a 50/50 cotton poly blend tee that is incredibly resilient, but also very lightweight and soft. Polyester gives a lot of strength for not a lot of weight, and both the hand and the drape of the fabric was really nice. Cotton poly also allows you to get that heathered effect that we were looking for at the time.