Frame Le Garcon jeans | made in the US (distressed version on sale at Nordstrom)
Everlane u-neck tee | made in the US
Everlane Street shoe | gift from Everlane to review (Review here)
MM6 perforated fabric tote | purchased with credits from Forzieri
Margot Wolf necklace | made in the US
Happy Thursday! Reader Elaine asked me to do a post on my favorite white t-shirts. This is not it, but it IS a sneak-peek.
A couple of years ago (wow, has it been that long?) I did an “essentials” post on white t-shirts. It’s not really all that outdated, my favorite white t-shirt is STILL the James Perse casual tee, but I have a few others to add and take away from my original list. More on that next week, but today, here’s a look at a good, less expensive alternative to the James Perse tee, although it’s really different enough to have (and love) both.
I have two of these Everlane u-neck tees and really like them (size medium). You can’t beat the $15 price tag for made in the US and I love the raglan sleeves and longer-in-the-back length. It is a thin tee, thinner than the James Perse, and since it has raglan sleeves, it’s quite a bit more casual and drapey. To be honest, I don’t like the way the sleeves stick out on the sides, but I don’t know how else a short-sleeve raglan tee would look…
Anyway, I’ll go more into detail on the differences and why I love each one, and more white tees next week. In the mean time, what’s your favorite white t-shirt?