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I know what you’re thinking: T-shirts with slogans or random phrases on them are juvenile, relics of your early college years that are best left in the past along with all those unframed posters and your dirty plastic bong. And you’re right! Mostly — there are exceptions. On days where I just don’t feel like… READ MORE »


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As most people who spend 8+ hours a day hunched over a desk, my posture is more “14-year-old boy who just hit his growth spurt” than “confident 20-something woman with a healthy spine and functioning abdominal muscles.” As much as I try to remind myself to keep my chin up and shoulders back, I’m definitely… READ MORE »


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Celebs have huge budgets, savvy stylists, and access to the hottest designers in the world. But you know, sometimes you just can’t beat a plain white T-shirt. Click through to check out 10 celebs — from Rihanna to Jake Gyllenhaal — making this classic style their own! … READ MORE »


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Show your pride for your alma mater. After four years at Internet University you may have no foreseeable job prospects, but that’s OK, in fact it’s no different than if you had attended one of the Ivy Leagues. Be proud that you know how to use Tumblr, Twitter, HootSuite, Instagram, Spotify, etcetera like a mofo. READ MORE »


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Lately I’ve been looking at my closet and feeling an overwhelming sense of “I have nothing to wear!” Luckily though, I just found the magical garment that will instantly fill the gaping void in my wardrobe: a Chavril engagement T-shirt, which celebrates the upcoming Canadian royal wedding of ChAvril LaKroeger, aka Avril Lavigne and Chad… READ MORE »


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Is this T-shirt simple? Yes. Straight to the point? Definitely. Delightfully specific? Of course. Curiously poetic? You betcha. Last question: Would you wear it? Us: resounding yes! … READ MORE »


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Every year, as summer begins, we always clean out our T-shirt drawer, relegating the pit- and food-stained, threadbare numbers to the rag bin. Then the fun starts, as we stock up on new T’s to get us through the warm months. Sure, we mostly go for plain styles that are are easily paired with shorts… READ MORE »


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“Keep calm and carry on” was a morale-raising British slogan during World War II that’s now stamped on everything from posters to cushions to chocolate bars. But if there’s one thing we love more than kitsch, it’s pandas! An Etsy seller named Steppie has printed a sweet panda bear’s face on American Apparel Ts and… READ MORE »


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“I Facebooked your mom.” “Poke me.” “I don’t read books, I read Facebook status updates.” It’s bad enough that we collectively spend so much time “liking” and “poking” and status-updating on things; there’s really no reason to wear your Facebook addiction on your sleeve. [BitRebels] … READ MORE »


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Three things we love: T-shirts, sequins, and world peace. The combination of all three, for less than 20 bucks? Yes, please. … READ MORE »


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This digital printed T-shirt by MNG by Mango is phenomenal for three reasons: It features a laser-cut yoke and appliqué, which are sexy in a nude color; the print is pretty and dark at the same time, with ultra-realistic birds, snakes, and butterflies; it is reminiscent of the late Alexander McQueen. We can picture this… READ MORE »


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We’ve never tried love potion, but we imagine the problem with it would be that a) it runs out, and b) it doesn’t actually work. What is completely charming us, however, is Wildfox’s “Love Potion No. 9″ T-shirt (which, unlike love potion, is reusable). With a soft texture and oversized fit, the graphics are the… READ MORE »


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For the 50th anniversary of Jean-Luc Godard’s “Breathless,” the Rodarte sisters collaborated with Parisian concept boutique Colette on a line of T-shirts inspired by the film. We were pumped when the news first broke, and now the goods have arrived. In the quartet of designs, one works the classic New York Herald Tribune logo Jean… READ MORE »


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Another genius T-shirt from BustedTees, which reminds us of the one-derful 1996 film “That Thing You Do.” [Busted Tees] … READ MORE »


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Christopher Lee Sauvé, who created the hilarious Rachel Zoe catchphrase-inspired T-shirts, designed a new tee protesting Terry Richardson’s fashion scandal … although we’re not sure if wearing this dude’s face on your chest makes things any better. [Christopher Lee Sauvé] … READ MORE »


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If you missed out last year, then make sure to clear your schedule for the second annual Fashion’s Night Out on September 10th, when stores and retailers will keep their doors open late for customers. Celebrities came out to join in the fun, there were free drinks galore, and the evening was like a giant… READ MORE »


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Been watching “How to Make it in America”? In this week’s episode, the adorable Ben Epstein (Note—no relation, tee hee) and his friend Cam finally got one of their fashion schemes off the ground, completing an order of screenprinted vintage tees. The design, which Ben came up with in high school, reads “New York Eats… READ MORE »


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This close-up of Andy Kaufman’s face makes this shirt quite possibly the most terrifying garment we’ve ever seen. Wear this to a first date, and we guarantee you will scare the crap out of your suitor. [American Apparel] … READ MORE »


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