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While there are already a lot of places to buy good T-shirts, it’s hard to complain about the list getting longer. Kotn, a brand that specializes in men’s quality-but-not-crazy-expensive “essentials” like tees, underwear, and sweats, just launched a women’s collection this month, and the shirts are definitely the selling point.
Everything is super simple and looks easy to work into any wardrobe. There are neutral-colored tops and bottoms in really soft cotton, spanning tees and tank tops to turtlenecks and loungewear. The T-shirts steal the show, though, thanks to a price point that feels totally appropriate for a nice shirt: Plain crewnecks are $32, long-sleeved shirts are $37, and tank tops are $25.
The Easy Crew is probably the best option when it comes to both style and fit, but there’s also a good v-neck, should you be looking for an American Apparel replacement. Check them out, plus a few of our other favorites, below.