I practically live in T-Shirts – I work at home, so I don’t need to get ‘dressed up’ for work.

I used to mostly get my T-Shirts as cheaply as possible from places like Primark and Peacocks. Whilst the designs were often fantastic, the quality just wasn’t there. With lots of washing and ironing, the often lost their shape and either stretch, or shrink.

So, in recent years I’ve been slowly upping my ‘T-Shirt Game’ and trying to spend a bit more, in the hope they last longer. Generally – this is the case, not always, annoyingly. The issue is, now the T-Shirts are lasting longer, my wardrobe is starting to look a little stale. I’ve been looking at what House of Fraser have on offer. I like shopping with them because they have a wide variety of brands, and the prices are often fair too. There are also some decent Men’s Accessories to choose from too.




Superdry Orange Label Vintage Embroidery T-Shirt

i_5054265384752_50_20160506-1I love the vintage ‘feel’ of these shirts, it’s a slightly ‘brushed’ finishes. The fitting is perfect for someone like me, with broader shoulders and not too much of a tummy. I love the splash of orange in the Superdry logo. It’s small and subtle, but adds a spot of interest.

Grab it here

£16.99

 

 

 

Superdry Shirt Shop Surf T-Shirt

i_5054265897085_50_20160427I’m *NUTS* about a floral print, nothing too garish though. This one ticks the box perfectly. It’s bright and colourful, but doesn’t look scary. Finished off with the Superdry logo on the front.

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£24.99

 

 

 

 

Superdry Chest Band Grindle Polo Shirt

i_5054265187452_50_20160412I like this one a lot – it’s slightly more ‘formal’ than my other choices. I’d probably rock this to an event, or a meeting. Despite the formal structure, the colours are wonderful – not too garish, but you’d stand out in the room. It’s a little more expensive than I’d normally go for, but it will last, and stand the test of time.

Grab it here

£39.99

 

 

 

It’s good to keep a firm rotation of clothes in the wardrobe, as well as a few old favourites. Hopefully I’ll be able to give my wardrobe a freshen up for the Autumn / Winter season!

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