Monday, June 8, 2009

T-shirts gone wild

I live in T-shirts.
If it's possible to have too many of 'em, then I think I do.
When it comes to those soft-as-a-whisper, throw-in-the-wash tops, I'm an addict — I stockpile like there's no tomorrow. I've got burnout styles from Target; pricier, filmy Kain tees (and a spot-on Forever XXI knockoff); tons from my favorite brand Daftbird; funny graphic tees (gotta love; even a T By Alexander Wang v-neck. They're in a rainbow of colors, too, so they go with everything.
And, while I'm so happy to have them, they're kind of, well, boring.
I do what I can, doll them up with accessories and pair them with fancy skirts (is there anything cuter than a plain tee and a flirty skirt?). But, I still can't help but wonder if there isn't some style that's easy-wearing but has just a little more flash.
Perhaps this Left Coast By Dolan v-neck from is the one? It's got ruched gathers on the side, so that adds a little extra somethin' somethin'. It's made of rayon, so the shirt's softer than soft. AND — perhaps the most important part — it's hand-washable, which is a must when you live with children since boogers and grime are a way of life.    


Kiera said...

Do you mean MACHINE washable? Or is that oppose to dry-clean only?

Kcookski said...

doesn't your washer have a handwash setting? :) mine does. i don't mean actual handwashing. heavens no.

Pagano DesignWorks said...

You somehow musta goten a machine made by Maytagberg. That is a Princess setting if I ever heard of one!! Most machines just have a delicate cycle. Where can this Princess get one of those???