Wednesday, September 14, 2011 7:33PM - By Jeffrey Hyatt
Sometimes it seems as if there are a million different t-shirt shops on the web. That’s not necessarily a bad thing. Because among the vast ocean of online hubs of cotton tees, you are going to find some terrific t-shirts featuring a wealth of vintage and modern designs that can easily fill a closet in a hurry.
One such online retailer of t-shirts is NerdyShirts, featuring t-shirt designs from popular movies, cartoons, video games, comic books and more. Based in Los Angeles and supplying cotton goodness since 2003, NerdyShirts is definitely a good place to peruse good deals and really cool t-shirts.
Check below for a few of our favorite t-shirts from NerdyShirts!
Monday, February 21, 2011 7:54PM - By Jeffrey Hyatt
Summertime might still be around the sunny corner, but spring is definitely in the air. So no better time to investigate the latest Jack Spade collection of spring and summer styles. From bags and ringer tees to cargo shorts, plaid button-downs and lightweight jackets, the new collection will definitely have you looking cool as the weather heats up.
Monday, August 9, 2010 10:00AM - By Diana Cook
There is a revolution of sorts under way. Girdles, lifters, shapers and padding are moving mainstream for men. Body sculpting undergarments designed to support your core, shave inches off your belly, enhance your posture and “increase your profile” are the new must have for today’s male. The New York Times reports that shapewear for men are selling out in department stores from Nordstrom to Neimans with additional brisk sales online.
Wednesday, September 16, 2009 12:00PM - By Meieli Detoni
Thought-provoking tees worn on thought-provoking models. . . nice job, Fucking Awesome, A/W 2009 version. Mike Piscitelli of FA shot the lookbook images for the campaign, which feature Bowie, phrases, unusual pics, and FA’s own logo blast. With such high contrast and an unforgettable subject use, even if you don’t buy a tee, you probably won’t kick this out of your head so soon. [via high snobiety]
Friday, June 19, 2009 12:30PM - By Meieli Detoni
LeBron James takes on Kobe Bryant as critics continue to debate on who’s really the king–welcome to many fans’ ultimate sports fantasy. Take a look at this media-influenced shirt that represents the showdown in a tee with artistic photography from ’80s Purple’s Archival, which definitely trump the average sports shirts you’ll see around town. As for the argument about who is better, faster, stronger… debate away. [via the awesomer]
Thursday, June 11, 2009 12:00PM - By Meieli Detoni
Welcome back to a T-Shirt Thursday extravaganza, where we’ve plucked three great tees from 80s Purple. Kallusive’s shirt in harbor blue features much-needed cityscapes along the sleeve and a trippy main metropolis, while Splat Glasses at right takes things a bit further with a abstract situation going on near the eyeballs. Need something simple? Dissizit!’s got you covered, with a simple design that’s still mesmerizing, but for an entirely different reason… Thanks to Rachel for the selections! Check out the details (and more pics) after the jump…
Friday, April 17, 2009 2:00PM - By Meieli Detoni
Looking for a graphic tee with an explosive effect? This one will do you, with all its colorful detailing in rainbow hues, its lovely brooding lady, and its wide expanse of barren land. Barbarella meets something-disaster-related, stylishly. The Breakfast on Pluto Tee has a regular fit, so you might like to order one size smaller for a tighter look. [$34 at '80s purple]
Tuesday, April 14, 2009 1:02PM - By Meieli Detoni
Feeling spring-y? This nautical tee will set you straight (or, er, diagonal) with its navy-white retro pattern and slim shape for a sure fit. Toss on an extra small for a tighter, shorter look, or put on something a little roomier– this one goes from XS to L. Worn with grey jeans and looking good: it’s yours for a just-under-one-hundred song. [$99 at oak].
Friday, April 10, 2009 11:30AM - By Meieli Detoni
Manly v-neck shirts are difficult to source: many feature an overstated “v” shape that just won’t work in the day-to-day. This Aviator Nation shirt, though, combines a suitable amount of upper chest exposure with a zippy retro-inspired design to keep you feeling stylish, and a nice hand from a 50-50 cotton-poly blend. Available in sizes s-l-xl at Revolve Clothing, it’s a pretty sharp old-new buy, and even comes with distressed edges. [$81 at revolve]