The Best T-Shirt Brands for Ultra-Plain, Super-Chic Crew Necks

The Best T-Shirt Brands for Ultra-Plain, Super-Chic Crew Necks

Hunting down the best T-shirt brands is like searching for the holy grail of fashion. Such is the importance of the quest for many fashion lovers. Here at Who What Wear, we’re always being asked where you can find perfect tees to add to your wardrobe staples. But first off, it’s worth reminding ourselves of the requirements that make an incredible T-shirt. For starters, they should fall just right—not too clingy and not too loose (unless you’re after the oversized look). Other factors include it being in a block colour (with the exception of the Breton) for maximum styling options. Our preferences are tees in black, white or grey—although other hues are acceptable as well. (Wild, we know.)

Finally, there is one last trick that we highly recommend when on the hunt for this basic: Try shopping outside of the women’s department. The men’s section (or just head over to Mr Porter) can be a trove of T-shirt wonders, particularly if you’re looking for a style that you might want to cinch with a belt. Here, we’ve rounded up the very best T-shirts you can locate—from high-street options to designer ones. Click through our gallery to shop from our favourite T-shirt brands.

Arket is right at the top of this list as it’s consistently a brand that all the Who What Wear editors go back to for expensive-looking affordable basics. 

Of all the brands that has really upped its game this year, it’s definitely Cos. Without fail, I find the label delivers chic, cool items that have real longevity. And the T-shirts are no exception. 

A classic high-street brand that rarely lets you down. 

On a real budget? H&M really does offer great items at a lower cost. 

If you’re looking to invest, James Pearse is one of the leading luxury brands for tees.

I hadn’t considered Dries before but these oversized crew-necks are perfect. 

OK, so this does have a little logo on it (very autumn/winter 2021, thank you very much) but if you’re a Balenciaga fan then these tees are for you. 

I have a white T-shirt from Monki that I’ve owned for over six years and it’s still going strong. 

For the ultimate classic tees, look to Uniqlo. The brilliant thing about this brand is that they offer much more interesting colours too. 

When I asked the members of our group So… Should I Buy This? Gap came up as one of the biggest recommendations. 

Don’t sleep on Hush, they really have some great tees. 

Sustainable brand Ninety Percent knows how to do great cotton basics. 

I really love Matchesfashion’s in-house brand Raey. Chic, luxurious but super simple.

You might know Frame for its denim but it’s worth looking at its T-shirts too. 

I love the length of the sleeves on these tees from Whistles. 

Next up, the biggest autumn/winter 2021 fashion trends to know.

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