Black, white, grey and navy; these timeless shades set the foundations of any successful capsule wardrobe. T-shirts in these colours are often classed as ‘basic’, but their ability to underpin an existing look, or serve as one all on their own, is anything but. We’re here to narrow down those easy to wear and classic colours that you can wear time and time again without falling flat on style.
As the old saying goes, you can’t beat the classics. We think that’s it, anyway. This is particularly the case with the classic white T-shirt. When we saw Marlon Brando sport a white t-shirt in A Street Car Named Desire, we instantly saw the best fitted T-shirts as a classic piece of menswear that will forever be a stylish mainstay in every man’s wardrobe, especially ours.
How To Wear A White T-shirt
Throw over a blue denim jacket and a pair of black jeans. This creates a simple yet stylish look that will make a casual look even better.
How To Wear A Grey T-shirt
Grey is another great base layer to work around. With all of the varying shades of grey (no pun intended) available to you, you can easily pull a cracking stylish look together with ease. Match it with a pair of light blue denim jeans for a versatile and stylish look instantly, or keep it tonal and wear with a slightly darker pair of grey trousers. Team your tee and jeans with a pair of casual shoes or trainers for a casual and stylish look this season.
How To Wear A Black T-shirt
A black T-shirt is probably the most worn item in a man’s wardrobe and debatably one of the best-fitted T-shirts – .Try going for a tonal look. It is bang on trend and always stylish whilst offering an understated and classic look to your everyday wardrobe. Team a pair of black slim-legged jeans with some high top trainers. This look perfectly incorporates style and comfort for the season. Finish your all-black look with a black denim jacket.
T-shirts are a classic menswear mainstay. They have the ability to take you from a casual to a formal setting with a few tweaks to your look. Layer them up for a spot on spring look, or wear them on their own during the warmer months for a classic and casual look.