|Funky Guys TShirts|
|Written by Bronny|
For a new summer style i've been looking for quality Ts with a less conservative message. Got any brand ideas? What about Yakuza ink from europe? I don't think anyone stocks it here.
First of all I’d steer clear of any of your cheapo, mass produced bloke shops – you’ll know the ones I’m talking about.
Next, I’d head for vintage stores and perhaps the guys section at Myers or David Jones – which always has a great selection of t-shirts from both national and international designers. When I take guys shopping for t-shirts, I usually head over to Chapel and Greville Street in Melbourne, if you're not in Melbourne then there will be a shopping strip in your town that has the boutique clothings stores on it - head there. You can usually find something fairly funky in these smaller types of shops. Dakota 501 on Chapel Street usually has great t-shirts for guys.
Here’s some I found online for you to start the search with:
I really like the Chunk and Gio Goi ranges – see what you think! Pepi has also done some great guys t-shirts in the last 12 months.
The Yakuza Inc range is fairly cool and I checked it out online. Unfortunately they do not have any stockists in Australia as yet – or online. Keep an eye on this though as I’m sure it will change.
Til then, use the above as a beginning and let me know how you get on!
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