If there’s one way to build variation around your wardrobe, it’s with T-shirts. Easy to wear, super versatile and reasonably priced, I decided a post on the key T-shirt styles was in order.

I hopped on over to explore more at Superbalist who have a great selection, quite a few of which are on sale.

The Statement T-Shirt

This style is often adorned with slogans or graphics and allows the wearer to convey a message about their beliefs, passion, or general love for a brand through fashion. Think of the statement t-shirt as a form of self-expression.

I love a style that has a vintage vibe, especially one that features the logo or an image of a cool rock band.

I LOVE this one, R299 (BUY) that has the image of a vintage Ramones concert on it. I’d wear it with denims or a sating leopard print skirt, biker jacket and chunky black boots.

The Basic T-Shirt

At the very minimum, you need one black and one white T-shirt. Short sleeved for summer, and long sleeve for winter. A basic T-shirt acts like a plain backdrop for the rest of your outfit.

I love this long sleeve style R319 (BUY) that features a boat neck design.

This simple black style offers great value for money at just R79.90 (BUY)

The Striped T-Shirt

Cool and classic, a Breton striped T-shirt lends a touch of French flair to your look.

This Breton Striped long sleeve T-shirt R239 (BUY) features a navy stripe and boat neck – a true classic that will give you years of wear. Pair it with denim jeans or white trousers and red ballet flats.

The Cropped T-Shirt

High waisted trousers are where it’s at! Combining a cropped T-shirt with this style of pants makes for a feminine and stylish look.

I like the basic, somewhat fitted style of this cropped T-shirt, R279 (BUY) that, because it so simple will work with any high-waisted trouser or skirt.

What’s your favourite style of T-short?

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