Winter’s t-shirts

The t-shirt, I find, is a cardinal garment to anybody’s wardrobe. For this reason, it needs to be excellent quality. I am happy to say I now hold the answer to this problem: & Other Stories. I now… you must be thinking: “here we go again, the woman loves their stuff, therefore etc. etc.” But, NO! I HAVE PROOF.

Last year I bought three of their winter t-shirts, have used them over and over again, obviously washed them lots of times as well. They are as good as new. I rest my case.

I was in the shop two days ago but I concentrated on bigger things (might do a post about it) but I did notice the fabulous t-shirts, which I thought I would look at on-line though. Also, my sister needs some, so, here is my selection Sis:

(I am showing only colours available at the date of this post’s publication)

1.Gorgeous. Difficult in beige if you are not a stick insect.

  1.  Lovely plain t-shirt in even lovelier colours. Neck is very high and the fit is tight, I would go for a size bigger then I normally wear…

    &Other Stories Sheer Wool T-Shirt (100% wool) € 29

    &Other Stories Sheer Wool T-Shirt (100% wool) € 29

 

3. A “cutie”

&Other Stories Striped Crewneck T-Shirt (95% cotton 5% Eleastane) € 25

&Other Stories Striped Crewneck T-Shirt (95% cotton 5% Eleastane) € 25

4. Love the colour and the easy cut.

5. Plain soft fabric round-neck, loose t-shirt.

6. Plain viscose scoop-neck t-shirt.

7. If you don’t want all wool but just a little, viscose makes you feel cold, here’s something in between…

&Other Stories Wool-Blend Top grey (70% Lyocell 30% wool) € 25

&Other Stories Wool-Blend Top grey (70% Lyocell 30% wool) € 25

8. But if you are really really cold, here’s a gorgeous long sleeve for you. This, like the short sleeves wool t-shirt, looks rather tight on the body and around the neck. Do consider going a size bigger than normal.

9. Two more…

These are all. Here’s the link to the t-shirts’ page: & Other Stories T-Shirts

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