1 Tee 5 Ways

April 15, 2014


Finally, the #polarvortex is slowly becoming a thing of the past (no jinx) and it’s time to actually embrace the real season: spring. With that, we must don a casual spring staple–the tee. But, you don’t have to just sport this menswear basic by its lonesome, you can pair it to complete the look. Here are five ways to wear this tee by District Clothing. Clearly, we’ll start with just tee by itself.

First Way: Lonesome



Second Way: Colorful Buttondown

For an effortlessly casual look, throw on a buttondown–but something colorful that will mirror the spring beauty. Or tie it around your waist for a 90s retro look. We’re Millennials, we’re all about the 90s.



Third Way: Open Cardigan

For the lovers of preppy style, put on an open cardigan. Keep the cardigan open to maintain that casual feeling that’s meant when wearing your tee. You don’t always need to be buttoned up.



Fourth Way: Leather Jacket

I’m all for the leather jacket. I love having them in different colors (currently looking for the perfect green). It’s only fitting to pair it a tee.



Fifth Way: Denim + Handkerchief

If you want to step a little outside the box, grab a handkerchief. Seems different but if you’re paying attention to the GQ Style Guide, you know it’s a trend for the spring. I was reluctant to try it at first, but I’ve enjoyed sporting it. It’s fun.


Photos by Chris Turk

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  • Reply Chris Turk April 16, 2014 at 1:44 pm

    Love it!

  • Reply Brandon April 16, 2014 at 3:54 pm

    Really loving this! The first leather jacket photo of you is fantastic. Werk.

  • Reply SpellingPolice April 16, 2014 at 8:44 pm

    It’s ‘waist’, not ‘waste’ :o)

  • Reply BlueLightAlarm April 16, 2014 at 9:01 pm

    I don’t mean to sound pedantic but just wanted to point something out – please understand this comes from a place of genuine respect for you and your great blog. In option two you refer to the shirt as a buttondown – that’s incorrect. A button-down shirt has a collar that is fastened down by buttons (originally designed to be worn by polo players, the buttons would stop the collar from flapping around during play). I know that many people use the term to apply to all shirts with buttons down the front but that doesn’t make it right – as a blog specialising in this area, I feel it important that you refer to items of clothing by their proper name.

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