Have I told you about my love of a good t-shirt? The That's Not My Age signature style is the grey marl Track Shirt from American Apparel which I buy in bulk when I'm in New York, and wear constantly. It pains me to put money into pervy old Dov Charney's pockets but it's the best I've found. If you know of something similar from a company that doesn't feel the need to use crotch shots on 60-year-old models, do let me know. Anyhow. Here's Lauren Hutton in The Track Shirt.
Now that we finally have Mediterranean temperatures in London The Track Shirt feels a bit neat around the armpit area, and so I've switched to a slouchier style. Not so long ago, a Vince t-shirt fan (sorry, I've forgotten who it was) asked me on Twitter where to find something similar for less . Mid-range American brands like Vince, J Crew and James Perse are lovely but end up being quite pricey in the UK. So I suggested American Vintage which is a French label and purveyor of very fine jersey knitwear. I have a couple of their t-shirts:
And Gap Pure collection, as I'd recently bought two v-neck tees: one navy and one fluorescent orange. Which I've been layering up.
And I've just noticed that the tobacco-coloured t-shirt (first picture) is in the sale at Lands' End. I think Lands' End are underrated as a brand - they do have some decent bits and pieces - though that apostrophe does annoy me.
Where do you buy your t-shirts?