To A Tee
If you happen to follow me on Instagram, you will have guessed by now I have a slight t-shirt fetish.
Mostly I wear my 80's metal t-shirts but I do also have a myriad of other tees which are pulled out of the closet on a regular basis. I am fairly pernickity about the fabric my t-shirts are made of but, sadly, when you shop online it's a bit of a gamble as to whether you are going to get a lovely lightweight one or a horrible Fruit of Loom-esque heavy one. Those are the worst.
I have a lot of t-shirts which I wear often, probably too often, from labels such as Born A Bad Seed, Heather Gabel and No Fun Press. Put it this way, these t-shirts are worn so often it's a god-send I don't do personal style posts every day because that would be some seriously dull shit right there.
No Fun Press is a small Canadian label who specialise in their own special brand of negativity.
Those are my kind of people.
It is also the title of a rather awesome song by Iggy Pop, which was obnoxiously covered by the Sex Pistols.
Equally charming is their Anti-You. For those days when you just hate everyone.
The tees are only $20 which is an absolute steal, especially since they are made from the good t-shirt material and not the snidey stuff and a total bargain for the dose of negativity you'll be spreading.