Chaser LA T-shirts

by Katharine Wray

4 December 2009

 

Paired with the right pant and blazer, you can get away with wearing a Queen shirt to the office. Tshirt company Chase LA has taken the tshirt to new levels of sophistication with dyeing, washing, and enzyme techniques. These techniques, plus vintage concert designs, lend a specific brand of individuality (and authenticity, since some of the shirts actually feel and look 30 years old, that is, soft and faded—comfy). From Bowie to Blondie, from Roxy Music to Capital Records, these printed T’s are a great gift for the casual and savvy down-dresser on your list.

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