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T-shirts are always in. The right shirt is comfortable, stylish and affordable – a must have for anyone’s wardrobe. Even thought t-shirts never go out of style, sometimes t-shirt designs do. Like Heidi Klum, host of Project Runway would say, “one day a design is in, and the next day it’s out.” So what kinds of t-shirts are in today? There are three types of shirts you’ll be sure to see this fall, just keeps your eyes open.
Naturally, seasonal fall shirts are in. Pumpkin spice has been all the rage this year and companies are hopping on the bandwagon to get some exposure. Shirts supporting pumpkin spice or making fun of the fall flavor favorite are both on trend and loved by especially millenials. Other season t-shirt designs and logos include anything football, hockey and of course breast cancer awareness for October.
Ironically, vintage shirts are in, still. Designed and produced recently, these t-shirt designs are created to look loved, washed and used. Bands from the 70’s and 80’s as well as pop culture logos from the 90’s are all on the market. It’s like wearing your dads old t-shirts from the 60’s but instead of digging and finding it in your attic, you bought it at the mall. So it’s cleaner, newer and doesn’t smell like mothballs.
T-shirts that feature quotes about the gym are also trending. Whether you work out or not, there’s a shirt for you. Girls can be seen wearing a t-shirt that says, “I work out because I really love cupcakes,” while guys are buying shirts that are a little more manly. For example, a dark blue cut off shirt that has in big white letters, “I lift heavy things up and put them back down.”
It’s no surprise these types of shirts are currently trending. Football and hockey fans love to show off their favorite sport. A good vintage shirt from your favorite brand is always the perfect match with jeans and sneakers. And of course, for everyone that hates or loves the gym, there’s a statement for them to make and now they can wear it on a t-shirt.
Look at the shirts people are wearing the next time you venture out in public. See how many of these trending tees you can see on others and in storefront windows. Do you love them or hate them? While the seasonal tees might fade away as the fall does, some of these tee types might stay around for a while.