Tee-licious

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There is nothing more iconic than the t-shirt. The image harkens back to the days of “the rebel” when James Dean wore his tight white t-shirt and to this day it is a staple of every wardrobe. I am absolutely addicted to finding the perfect t-shirts, because they really are the basis for every well formed wardrobe.

My new favorite t-shirt line is called Lilla P. They make the perfect classic t-shirts in a variety of colors and styles (short sleeve, 3/4 sleeves, long sleeves, crew neck, scoop neck, v-neck). They also make “fashion” tees that are a little more unique than basic, think 3/4 sleeve v-neck hoody or origami wrap. The lean and slender scoop neck tank is the perfect layering piece and I would recommend one in every color!

Three things that make these t-shirts stand out and take up quite a bit of real estate in my closet are their fit, fabric and quality. The t-shirts all have an amazing fit, it is as if every aspect of it was tweaked and perfected so it just feels like it as been custom tailored to your body. They also use very soft fabric that is 100% cotton, the classic collection is a little thicker and the lean and slender collection is a little sheer and has a silky hand. The quality is amazing for a t-shirt, they do not shrink and wash up really well. The color does not fade after many washings, the first black short sleeve crew neck t-shirt I ever bought has been worn and washed probably 50 plus times and is still as black as the day I got it. I also love the fact that they are priced really well considering their quality.

If you are addicted to t-shirts like I am then you must own a Lilla P, but be warned you can’t have just one, my current count is around 45! If you are not a t-shirt addict then I still highly recommend adding a few of the basics to your wardrobe.

You can buy them online direct from the company at www.lillap.com.

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