Cult Item: Oversized Tees
By Josh Woodfin, 22 May 2014
We've already talked about how big is big this summer, especially when it comes to T-shirts. Longline, oversized and skater fits are set to be your go-to grab whether you're on holiday, at college or just heading out for a day in the park.
Colour-wise, it's all about keeping it simple. Plain black or white is always a winner, or go monochrome for a edgy-indie-band-approved mix of both. Still not convinced? Check out some big tee fans from past and present and see how well it can work.
Before he became one of the most bankable stars in Hollywood, Wahlberg was a set of abs for hire with a questionable side-line in rapping. He also new how to work an oversized white tee with style.
Big laughs, big shorts and big tees were the order of the day for Will Smith's iconic reimagining of the Dick Whittington story. He made it work and helped define the 90s in the process.
He's set the agenda for generations of hip-hop and style fans alike. How did he do this? By pulling on a massive T-shirt and telling everyone about his problems.
He might be getting all dressed up at the weekend for his wedding to Ms Kardashian, but to us he'll always be the man who bought great big tees back to the public's attention. Good old Kanye.