The White T-Shirt Celebrities Swear By Is The Perfect Basic To Add To Your Closet

Ah, the crisp white T-shirt. It's basically the equivalent of your loyal best friend, but in your wardrobe. It's there for you on your biggest nights out and your coziest Sunday mornings at home, and is simply easy, as all good BFFs should be. Because of this, it's no surprise that celebrities love white t-shirts, too. (Say it with me now: Stars! They're just like us!). They wear them on the red carpet ball-gown style skirts, to the grocery store with boyfriend jeans and a baseball cap, and to the beach thrown effortlessly over a bikini. 

There is one white T-shirt in particular that the stars swear by, and have been spotted in over and over again. The "White Boy Tee" from LA-based brand S&T. It's been spotted on Taylor Swift, Olivia Wilde, Kristen Stewart, January Jones, and Kourtney Kardashian, who has worn her S&T three times while she was out and about with her family. 

The plain, white crew-neck T-shirt is thick enough that it's not see-through, and offers enough structure that you can dress it up or dress it down (because, like I said, you can literally wear a white T-shirt anywhere). It's comfortable and durable, and is sure to become one of your favorite things to throw on — just like it is for the stars. 

White Boy Tee - Slub Linen, $78, sandtla.com

So cute, right?

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Here are three ways to rock the S&T White Boy Tee, care of Kourtney Kardashian. 

1. Dressed Up 

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Heels may not be comfortable, but at least her shirt is. 

2. Dressed Down 

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Black jeans, a white t-shirt and sneakers is the quintessential model-off-duty look, or in this case, mom on duty look. 

3. Seriously Dressed Down 

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Who thought sweatpants-as-street-style could look this good? 


Images: KourtneyKardash/Instagram; Courtesy of S&T

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