The Ultimate Wardrobe Staple: 3 of the Best Men’s T Shirts

Jones Smith
5 Min Read

With the weather getting a touch colder, darker night’s drawing in, it could well be said that summer is well and truly over. You may even be looking to reconsider your wardrobe choices – from parkas to puffers, it’s time to prepare that winter wardrobe. But one thing you won’t have to worry about? Swapping out your t-shirts.

Why? Well, they’re the ultimate wardrobe staple; able to throw on and layer over with a open shirt, or gilet or even pair with a winter warmer coat. Super versatile, super stylish and super affordable, a men’s tee is the ultimate throw on and go item of clothing that is sure to make a statement wherever you go.

So, how can you level up your t-shirt game? And if you’re looking at revamping your wardrobe, how do you decide which t-shirts are ideal for autumn/winter and which are best suited to the summer months? Well, read on as we’ve rounded up three of our favourites from the new 883 Police Auutmn/Winter drop, to ensure that you look slick no matter the weather.

Foley White T-Shirt

Every modern man should have a white t-shirt in their collection. White tees are simple, can be matched with a range of other clothing items and suit almost anyone. Known for their simplicity, the humble white tee can be worn with joggers, designer mens jeans, brown shoes, black shoes – basically, any other item in your wardrobe – it’s fashion’s safest bet.

The Foley Mens T Shirts is no exception. Part of the utility collection, the Foley takes its influences from sports-inspired styling, with a perfect match between functionality and style. Made from a 100% supreme cotton, the t-shirt includes attractive graphic print on the front chest and back of the t-shirt with an instantly recognisable PLCE branding on the sleeve.

This regular fit tee is ideal for a range of body shapes and sizes and is available in sizes S to XXL. Pair with a pair of black jeans and bubble gilet to elevate to a smart casual look.

Bodmin Black T-Shirt

Following on from white, the next wardrobe essential is a black tee. Bulking up your basics, the black tee is another item that can be worn with just about anything. It’s also a super flattering colour and hides a multitude of sins. Black t-shirts, for both men and women. are undoubtedly fashion’s best kept secret when it comes to style.

Black tees are also great at elevating your style from casual to smart. You’ll never be underdressed in a black tee and, as they’re mega versatile, they can be paired with anything from joggers, to chinos, to jeans. Part of the engineered collection, the Bodmin black t-shirt, is sure to be a real hit this autumn/winter, with its sleek look, snug fit and highly attractive branding across the front.

Made from Supima cotton, it’s undeniably comfortable, cosy and sure to be moisture-wicking and breathable – suitable for days out with the lads, or simply relaxing in at home. Plus, it’s a bargain at only £30.

Morton Mushroom T-Shirt

Now, we know that mushrooms are a controversial member of the vegetable family and they’re a bit love/hate. But there’s absolutely nothing controversial about this Morton Mushroom T-Shirt.

Part of the beige club, mushroom is a massively understated shade that’s not only flattering but super stylish and an ideal addition to your autumn/winter essentials. Cool and laid-back, the mushroom men’s tee can be paired with a range of outfits to dress up or down a look. From pairing with chinos and leather boots, to black joggers and trainers for a more off-duty feel. Alternatively, why not opt for a mushroom tee and blue chinos or jeans to switch up the look.

With a clean design, a perfect regular fit and a regular round neck design, the Morton t-shirt is super versatile and part of the utility collection at 883 Police. It features a pocket on the body and minimal, attractive branding on the chest. Crafted from 100% high quality cotton, it’s comfy enough to wear all day, moisture wicking and naturally breathable – and all for only £35.

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I am Jones Smith and I am here to share my experience and expertise in writing. I've been writing articles for different publications for more than 6 years. I have a varied range of interests and that's why I love blogging about different topics. In my opinion, blogging is a lot like acting, and I consider writing blog posts as an acting job. I am an entrepreneur by heart and there is nothing big or small when it comes to starting a business.