4 ways to style your T-shirts
Find yourself falling back on jeans and a tee when you’re getting ready? Well, digital creator and all-around stylish guy, Solomon Ian-Sangala, is here with some fresh new ways to wear your tees. From cargo pants to tailoring, Solomon proves that with a little imagination, your T-shirt collection can go from basic to anything but.
SAY YES TO PRINTS
If you usually find yourself erring on the side of plain, we’re here to tell you: don’t be afraid of prints. A colour blocked design like this one will brighten up your chinos, and make you look like you really know what you’re doing when it comes to putting outfits together (no one needs to know otherwise).
We’re obsessed with this look from Soloman. The tonal colours, the smart trousers, the box-fresh sneakers. It’s just so suave. Choose a T-shirt in neutral hues and pair it with some tailoring in an equally understated colour. It’s the easiest way to make an outfit look elevated.
KEEP IT CASUAL
On dress-down days, you might find yourself reaching for your denim. But this season, we demand you try cargo pants. They’re a bit of a Y2K comeback kid (which is a look that’s so in this summer) and will make your basic tees look immediately on-trend. Choose a silhouette that’s slimmer through the leg than the ones you might remember from the first time around, and throw on a tee in a complementary colour.
It’s possibly our favourite time of year: suit and T-shirt season. Solomon shows us how it’s done, proving that there’s no need for buttoning up when you’re wearing tailoring. Word of warning: to avoid looking like Simon Cowell (it’s an occupational hazard when working this trend), choose a slim-fitting suit in a modern shade and always add trainers.