New T-shirt time – Weekly Wishlist

Guys, it’s a new year, and if Santa didn’t bring you a new T-shirt then it’s time to pick one up! It’s new T-shirt time, and you know it.

Even if you hate shopping, and aren’t overly interested in fashion, we bet you love a new T-shirt. A staple of most men’s wardrobes, a new T-shirt is bound to happen a few times a year.

And if our guy won’t buy, then do it for him. Here’s a few suggestions on our Weekly Wishlist.

Red Herring @ Debenhams’ textured T-shirt (£25) at the top left of the picture, is when you need something a little more refined than just a simple T. Our favourite is H&M’s blue circle print (£7.99), but we also have soft spot for their red and black Mickey Mouse face T-shirt (£9.99).

Hammond & Co by Patrick Grant @ Debenhams (£22.50) keeps it sophisticated with their black Tee with stripe detail on the chest.  BHS’s subtle stripe in a pale burgundy (£12) is  for those whose T-shirts aren’t a statement thing. If it’s not-so-subtle stripes you are after, BHS do those too, in bright colours (£12).

New Tee T-shirt weekly wishlistGAP’s logo T-shirt (£18.95) looks fresh in a winning combo of pale blue and orange. French Connection’s sunshine ‘F’ logo Tee (£25) is perfect for winter days, and Dedicated @ JOY’s ‘Breaking Badger’ T-shirt (£30) is a lot of fun.

Also at JOY we love Chunk’s 81 gaming Tee (£30). New Look’s zig zag striped Tee (£9.99)  in muted greys is a statement in itself, but their pale orange Tee with suedette pocket (£12.99) is subtle with a quirk.

What’s your new T-shirt style?


New Tees – Weekly Wishlist

Hey, guys, it’s spring – time to treat yourself! New tees are order of the day on this week’s Weekly Wishlist.

It’s the easiest way to liven up your wardrobe – invest in some new tees. Spring styles, with stripes, patterns or just plain – anything, as long as they are bright, fresh and spring-like. Time to throw those old T-shirts out now!

Stripes are great, and everywhere this spring, guys, so embrace them on your new tees. Bright yellow shows you mean springtime brightness – H&M’s tee is just £9.99. Or maybe you prefer some multi-coloured stripes, like BHS’s number (£12)? Or half-way stripes on grey, perhaps? (£14.99, New Look). Or thin stripes with a plain top half like the very stylish tee from Hammond & Co by Patrick Grant @ Debenhams (£20).

Perhaps a slogan tee is the King of new tees for you? Something a bit cheeky, like French Connection’s FCUK Your Selfie tee (£20), or the uber-fun Happy tee by Chunk @ JOY (£30). Or, just tell it like it is at H&M (£7.99)- it’s great, yeah?

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A summery palm-trees-and-sunset/rise T-shirt is always a good bet for spring/summer. We love this Praia Do Diablo one from BHS (£12). Chunk’s Galactic Allstars 77 tee (£30, JOY) is genius, agreed? And New Look’s silver geometric print tee (£14.99) has something of the sci-fi about it too.

HYMN’s Sandbanks tee at JOY (£30) with its chevron stripe is subtle and effective at the same time.

But if all of these new tees are too much for you, then try a simple dusky pink tee (£12.99, Red Herring @ Debenhams), at least, won’t you?!