A t-shirt is a great way to express yourself and show your personality. Not all t-shirts are created equally, though. Some are too sheer, others have awkward colors or designs that don't go with anything else in your closet, and still more scream “frat boy” or “fridge artist.” But these three shirt categories are versatile enough to dress up or down with any style you have going on.
What does “dress down” mean, you ask? Well, if your pants and shoes are a little rough around the edges, you can pair them with a nice champion tshirt. Whether you decide to wear jeans or trousers, these shirts will make you look more put together than wearing a t-shirt to work or out on the town. But, of course, if a guy has “a thing,” then he'll usually have lots of shirts in this category.
It is the most common t-shirt out there. A classic t-shirt will work with almost anything. It's made from sturdy cotton and can handle up to a medium wash. The classic t-shirt is one of the most versatile shirts in a man's wardrobe and can be worn casually with pants or slacks or dressed up with a nice blazer and tie.
These are probably the most comfortable shirt to wear during hot summer days. They're lightweight and breathable, so you can wear them with a champion tshirt underneath on warm days or wear them on their own on cooler days. Cotton is also elementary to wash, so your shirts will always be in good shape. They're also the best for wearing when you're going somewhere you'll sweat, such as at a concert or sporting event.
One of the other two t-shirt categories is a bit harder to find and may not be something your boss will see, but it can be a great addition to your wardrobe. It's called a stylish t-shirt, and you'll find that it's more upscale than the cotton variety and comes in a much wider variety of colors, styles, and prints. The style is similar to a button-up shirt, but with more branding and details that take it from button-up to dress shirt.
You might have learned a bit about which ones are worth the money, and if you're looking for more advice on how to find the fitting champion tshirt for your body shape, there are lots of guides on various websites dedicated to helping you dress better.