At the beginning of the summer, I had very few t-shirts in my wardrobe. I wore so many thrift store and concert t-shirts in college that I sort of overdosed on them. My uniform was jeans, ratty old t-shirt, blazer, and chuck taylors. Over the past few years I've become allergic to that look and have thrown away most of my old t-shirts in an effort to grow the eff up. However, I've come to the realization that t-shirts are an infinitely practical item for the summer. You can find so many tees now that are sophisticated and chic (none of which have ironic messages on the front or come from Urban Outfitters or the Salvation Army). So I've started buying t-shirts again, sticking to ones with printed patterns or stripes.
I bought this Mociun t-shirt first of all because it's freaking awesome, but second of all because it's a way to own an affordable piece from one of my favorite clothing lines. It's the softest, best quality t-shirt I own. I love it so much that I'd like to buy it in the other color too.
I saw this shirt in Nylon magazine a year or two ago, and I've wanted it ever since. It's on sale here.