Simple

When updating my wardrobe, I usually go through phases. I get fun printed pieces for a while, and then I get sick of it and want to build a minimalist wardrobe. I oscillate between my two favorite stores, Free People and Madewell. I’m currently in a minimalist phase, and a key piece of a minimalist wardrobe is a good basic t-shirt. Which is something that can, surprisingly, be hard to find. Okay- you can find t-shirts everywhere. But a soft, comfy, cute, well-fitting one? Not so easy.

ONNO t-shirts, an organic brand based in Boulder, Co., might be the winner. I received two t-shirts from them a few weeks ago (one white, one black), and we might have a winner! Their t-shirts are ridiculously soft, comfortable, and have an amazing fit. They are long, but not too tight or too boxy either. I don’t have the most slender arms, and I hate when t-shirts are tight on the arms… which is usually the case when they are not slouchy. Those aren’t tight on the arms!

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Denver weather also goes through phases… the last few weeks felt like summer and a couple days later, we were back to winter. I just try to make the most of the warm days by wearing sandals and short skirts. I definitely wouldn’t have worn that on Friday when we had a snowstorm!

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All images: Chelsea Chorpenning

Shoes: Jeffrey Campbell for Free People, Skirt: H&M (sold out, similar here), T-Shirt: ONNO, Necklace and hat: Free People.

Have you found the perfect basic t-shirt? What’s your go-to basic? Let me know in the comments section!

 

 

2 thoughts on “Simple

  1. Hello Sara,
    You are quite right! The basic training shirt is a must, and I often hard to find… or to trade for a new one.
    8 must that my go to basic is definitely a soft material such as stretch velvet pencil skirt. Preferably in black so it may fit all the time, over legging to transform my yoga outfit into a city hipster style πŸ˜‰
    Γ€ basic perfect for a simple comfy city life!
    Thanks for your inspiration

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