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March 4, 2013

Power Wash

I’m folding up my collection of Alexander Wang and BDG scoop-necks for now; I think I’ve found my new blank canvas t-shirt.  The American Apparel power washed tees have an ever so slightly wider neck opening, ample sleeve length, and hang so perfectly that they softly skim the shoulders and chest, then hang lightly just past the stomach.  These tees are given an enzyme treatment that simulates 40 wash cycles, and really do feel like t-shirts you’ve had for years—minus the scandalous holes and unsavory stains.  This summer, I’ll be going from bed (in outfit on left below), to brunch in relaxed black trousers and kung-fu shoes, to dinner in a precious jacket and toe-ring sandals, all in the same white t-shirt.

the American Apparel power wash tee

the American Apparel power wash tee

photograph via American Apparel


  • Patrick Wilson
    March 4th, 2013 at 3:56 am

    I have to have this shirt!

  • BougieHippie
    March 5th, 2013 at 5:50 pm

    I rely on a nice tee during the warmer months and I’m glad I found this post just in time for spring.

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