But the question remains, just how much do you spend on a shirt that your grandfather wore as underwear?
|This little ditty can go day or night. Jockey brand t-shirt for women. Personally I like men's t-shirts only because they are boxier and more comfortable. I still find too many women's tees to be too clingy and quite frankly that's not what a t-shirt is for. HERE . $21|
Here's another style from Hanes in many different colors:
|Apparently you can buy these t-shirts at Kohls for $6.99 each or a classic 3 pack v-neck tee in white for $29.00|
Meanwhile at the other end of the fashion spectrum you can buy t-shirts for hundreds upon hundreds of dollars.
|A beautiful cashmere tee from Eileen Fisher for $235. Not certain that they should really call that a tee. It's a cashmere shirt. But it does come in your choice of 6 colors.|
Now if all you want is a white cotton t-shirt (organic of course) that will only set you back $100 courtesy of Eileen Fisher.
On the other hand you can also spend upwards of almost $600 for this puckered tee from Armani Colleczioni.
Or you could come back down to earth with this cute little colorful number from Lafayette 148 New York for only $278.
Of course for those of us who aren't quite into wearing our grandfathers underwear and have decided that we need to spend our money on food, rent and other essentials, not a t-shirt, there is always
|GAP 40% sale right now too.|
or Old Navy
|with 15% off women's styles (picture from momtrends)|
And for that hipster girl in you, there is always Anthropologie and their Francophile t-shirts
|these start at $48|
Anyway you look at it, t-shirts are abundant and for every budget.
As for me, hot days coupled with the wonderful hot flashes of menopause have meant I choose grandpa's underwear for comfort. As I said earlier, I go for breezy and create my own sense of style.