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You don’t have to dress up head-to-toe to appreciate a good black T-shirt You’re in a cult call your Dad shirt . Like black jeans and black dresses, the T-shirts are pretty much universally flattering, but since there is a gazillion options to search through, we asked a varied group of stylish black women who have T-shirts they own and covet. Whether you are looking for something boxy and cropped, slinky and slightly Transparent, KingTee have shown up a lot on the Strategist (for men and women) because for the money they’re an incredibly good deal., a fabricator in , counts it as one of her two faves. “My two favorite plain tees lately are the boxy cut from and the V-neck from .” Women — this writer included — love the slightly cropped but still modest cut of the box-cut tee, and who admits to being a black tee expert — appreciates its lasting quality. “The is more of a square fit and feels like it’ll last forever.”
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Second-favorite black T-shirt is this V-neck You’re in a cult call your Dad shirt . “King tees are so soft and work perfectly with a simple, toned-down outfit.” “As someone who wears black pretty exclusively (typical New Yorker, I know), I’m picky when it comes to my black T-shirts,” says writer Mary Anderson. “It needs to breathe (i.e., cotton) so that I’m not sweating bullets when I step off the train, but also to give some shape (i.e., some synthetic materials). The H&M ones last surprisingly long, and for about $15 I can buy three to four at a time and replace them as needed.” Another V-neck came recommended from Cat Kron, a Los Angeles–based art critic who has a policy of only wearing V-necks tees. “J.Crew’s linen V-neck tee doesn’t cling but falls off your frame effortlessly (as if you were Lauren Hutton). The nubby, linen material makes it feel dressy enough for tailored pants, but it’s ‘machine-wash, air-dry’ dressy, which I love.”
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