WHAT IS YOUR FAVOURITE T-SHIRT STYLE?
There are two aspects to choosing your tee – the t-shirt style and the brand. Above we display the various brands available to us through our supplier and below a little bit of information on the various cuts and styles offered within these brands.
Different Styles of T-shirts
Finding the right T-shirt style and cut you feel comfortable in is not that easy. Luckily though, certain styles can help hone the attributes you favour! For example, with the right style, you can lengthen your torso or highlight your cleavage. We’ve broken down the different cuts we offer and how they can help contribute to your specific look!
MEN’S CLASSIC ROUND NECK
The Men’s round neck cut is an absolute classic in its own right. Best suited for slightly taller body builds, it can actually help flatter both slimmer and wider men due to its basic cut. While it might not be the most fashionable style, its versatility and simplicity makes it an all-time classic that you can’t go wrong with!
MEN’S TRENDY V-NECK
The V necks for men have been steadily increasing in popularity. For men with more toned chests, the V-neck cut really highlights the muscle definition- no surprise why they are so popular! It also elongates the upper body and gives you a slimmer look, and so if you are used to wearing body tight tees, the V-necks a try!
WOMEN’S CLASSIC ROUND NECK
The scoop neckline of the lady cut is especially flattering for narrow shoulders and can make women with bigger bust sizes appear smaller. It creates a balanced visual representation between wider hips and the upper body, as well as giving your neck a longer and more elegant appearance. Leaving enough space for a nice necklace, the woman’s style tee offers one of the classier feminine cuts.
WOMEN’S SUBTLE V-NECK
The subtle V-neck cut is suited to almost any occasion and body type. The simple and straight-forward cut is good for a baggier, more comfort orientated look, or when showing not too much skin is desired. If you have a shorter or wider neck, the classic V-neck cut would probably be advised!