You know how there are those tried-and-true clothing basics that you dudes, season after season, seem to forever and always cling to? Well, there is an inherent reason why you buy those particular pieces, guys. And that's just what we are here to do and are not-so-coincidentally going to be talking and blogging about today with you as we do our very best to not scientifically, but sartorially explain why we have dubbed your season-after-season shopping (and instinctual) habits with the name (drum roll, please) of "Basics Train(ing)."
And when aboard this specific style train, you fellas are almost always found in t-shirts that are shaded and colored in hues of black, white and/or grey. We'll go ahead and wait while you sneak off into your closet's now and see that we're SO right. And how! We bet you've got at least those three already folded or a-hanging, not to mention, in different styled necks of u-shaped, scoop or v, yes? And those are just the tees with short sleeves! But don't worry. That just means you've already been instinctually schooled in using basic training tools.
So with flying fashion colors, you have most certainly passed; now we're going to tell you how to make those basic training tees of yours last, from one style season to the next. Yes, we know you, you like the tried-and-true of pairing your tees with all of your already just-right-fitting jeans. But what if they need a bit more dressing? Why not pair them with a blazer in bright coral-y peach? Or when cold weather hits, a dress pant with stripes and a slim fit? Because if our basic training's taught you anything, it's that your tees ain't just for blue jeans.