Not much better than jeans and a teeshirt

On Wednesdays (the day I wore this outfit), I go to Shaw Studios where I am the floor director, editor and occasional shooter for The Huddle TV. I like having a more sartorially relaxed day in the middle of the week.

Kito Poblah of the Winnipeg Blue Bombers talking about his training camp, Finish First Football.

Kito Poblah of the Winnipeg Blue Bombers with sports pundit Scott Taylor on the set of The Huddle TV, talking about his training camp, Finish First Football.

I really like the jeans and teeshirt combo. It’s stood the test of time, jeans and teeshirts are like PB&J, Mario & Luigi, the Mario Bros and handlebar mustaches and the necklace twins. Anyways, jeans and teeshirts and working behind the camera is a lot of fun.

The most important part about choosing a teeshirt for me is the neckline. I’m a v-neck sucker, and for the most part only wear v-neck teeshirts. What is the most important part of teeshirt selection for you? Fit? Sleeve length? Fabric?

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Mustache necklace,  Leather and Feather; Jersey knit blazer (aka my swazer), Aritzia; Teeshirt, Old Navy; Jeans, Suki Silver from October Boutique; Boots, Rocketdog.

2 thoughts on “Not much better than jeans and a teeshirt

  1. I’m a neckline girl when it comes to t-shirts; I couldn’t care about the length or sleeves as long as they’re boat-neck, or v-neck.

    • The length of the shirt can be a deal-breaker… I’m a gal with biggish boobs (and hail from a history to boob reduction), so I’ve always gravitated towards longer tees.

      V-necks are so universally flattering. You look awesome in boatnecks – I’m super jealous. Never been a neckline that suits me over well.

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