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In Honor of Fashion Week

Lights, camera, action. It's Fashion Week!

Everyone is strutting around in their highest heels (or coolest kicks) to get to the next best runway show. Street style photographers are running wild to catch the craziest outfits. Models are getting prepped for their catwalk debut.

The Home T office sits only a couple blocks away from the action in NYC, and we never like to miss out on the excitement.

T-shirts can be easily incorporated into the world of "high fashion." Celebrities, bloggers, and customers have found super stylish ways to wear their Home T. 

In honor of Fashion Week, we compiled some of our favorite fashion forward outfits!

West Virginia Street Style

Marija is bringing back the poncho in this neutral layered look. From the t-shirt to the shoes, she looks comfortable, sporty, and stylish. She tucks her Home T into her high waisted skirt, but makes sure that she shows off the West Virginia shape!

New York Street Style

Grasie is an accessorizing queen. The bold gold necklace and chunky watch really jazz up the look. She rolls up her sleeves and white pant bottoms, showing off her two-tone leather heels. 

Arizona Street Style

This look is preppy, chic, boho, and equestrian all-in-one! We love the bright orange bag and clutch that adds a pop of color to the outfit. Her blazer adds a professional spin to herArizona Home T 

North Carolina Street Style

Work it! Taylor-Rae rocks her North Carolina Baseball T with patchy distressed boyfriend jeans, tortoise shades, and leather boots with a gold accent. This look is casual, but definitely fashion forward.

Texas Street Style

Sara looks effortlessly chic in her high waisted a-line skirt andV-neck Texas Home T. The cute knot at the bottom of her shirt accentuates her waist in style! To make sure that we remember she’s a Texas gal at heart, she’s wearing cowboy booties that match her suede bag. Sara is stylish from head to toe.

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The Home T is a ultra-soft, ultra-comfy unisex T-shirt that will be one of the most comfortable shirts you've ever owned. Exchanges are no fun for anyone involved, so we’ve created this page to try and help you get the perfect size.

Find your chest size below to help you get the right fit.


Chest width:

    • XS: 30 – 32 inches
    • S: 34 – 36 inches
    • M: 38 – 40 inches
    • L: 42 – 44 inches
    • XL: 46 – 48 inches
    • XXL: 48 – 50 inches

Feel free to review the photos below of a man and woman trying on their correct size, as well as one size too large. He is 5′ 10″ and weighs 175 lbs, and she is 5′ 7″ and weighs 130 lbs.

Man in Medium (correct size)

Woman in Extra Small (correct size)

Man in Large (too big)

Woman in Small (too big)


Chest width:

  • XS: 31" - 34"
  • S: 34" -37"
  • M: 38" - 41"
  • L: 42" - 45"
  • XL: 46" - 49"


The following description is not an approximate view of a child's size, but is meant to provide you with some direction. If the 10 year old size appears to be too small, go with an adult extra small.

2 Year Old

31 - 34 pounds, 32 - 36 inches tall, 21 inch chest (Measure under arms around the fullest part of the chest.)

4 year Old

35 - 41 pounds, 36 - 40 inches tall, 22 inch chest (Measure under arms around the fullest part of the chest.)

6 Year Old

42 - 45 pounds, 40 - 43 inches tall, 23 inch chest (Measure under arms around the fullest part of the chest.)

8 Year Old

49 - 52 pounds, 48 - 50 inches tall, 26 inch chest (Measure under arms around the fullest part of the chest.)

10 Year Old

54 - 62 pounds, 51 - 54 inches tall, 27 inch chest (Measure under arms around the fullest part of the chest.)