The 10 Best men’s T-shirts

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Forget about a plain white tee and add some summer fun to your wardrobe with this bold and bright selection

1. Printed cotton jersey

As per most years, Dolce & Gabbana came up with the most loud,  extravagant and fun T-shirt  designs in Milan this spring.

£300, Dolce & Gabbana, www.mrporter.com

2. Jungle Dream

The vibrant Palace Skateboards logo has become an unofficial badge of cool for skatewear aficionados and the Fashion East set.

£32, Palace Skateboards, sluggerskatestore.co.uk

3. Striped cotton jersey

White Mountaineering is one of the most coveted new brands to come out of Japan in the past few years, as this quietly chic T-shirt shows.

£155, White Mountaineering, mrporter.com

4.  Homiés T-shirt

Comedy T-Shirts can be truly awful, but there’s something charming and genuinely funny about these ones ‘inspired’ by the logo of Hermès.

£39, brianlichtenberg.com

5. Cotton crepe crewneck

Missoni is a brand that tends to  insist upon even the most basic items becoming serious luxury pieces. This classic rippled knit is a case in point.

£240, Missoni, thecorner.com

6. Seamless T-shirt

You don’t always want to wear prints and spangles, so it’s important to really nail the basics. British brand Albam does a beautiful line in plain tees.

£32, albamclothing.com

7. Harry tee

The Danish label Wood  Wood’s Harry tee is a dream to wear, with its wide neck opening,  long and baggy sleeves  and bruised rugby fleece fabric.

£59, woodwood.dk

8. Print T-shirt

For everyone who had a Nasa  T-shirt or astronaut costume as a kid, this sporty, spacey design provides a mix of style and nostalgia.

£116, Comme Des Garçons Shirt, farfetch.com

9. Tie-dye T-shirt

Grunge is most definitely back, with the trend reaching its  zenith this summer. Get in there early with this so-wrong-it’s-right tie-dye number.

£20, topman.com

10. Bellfield Aztec print

Though the Aztecs’ love of  human sacrifice is definitely something that should be  consigned to history, their prints are a different matter.

£18, riverisland.com

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