Online Shopping: Where to Get the Best Tees

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For something so simple and basic, the hunt for the perfect T-shirt can be surprisingly tough. A ton of factors can go into finding the right one: material, neckline, size, and whether you want a graphic or not. Luckily, we've made the task of finding your next favorite tee much easier with a list of go-to sites for shirts you'll love.

1. LNA

(Source: LNA)This L.A.-based brand launched its entire line on a mission to "create the perfect men's inspired T-shirt for women." It counts both Kate Moss and Ryan Gosling among its fans, so chances are you too will fall for LNA's wide array, including classic striped crewnecks ($62), baseball tees ($77), scoopnecks ($36), and more unique shapes such as cape tees ($81).

2. Twenty Tees

(Source: Twenty Tees)Twenty Tees also has a celebrity following, including Alessandra Ambrosio, Emmy Rossum, and Sarah Jessica Parker, and offers a large selection of basics boasting ultra luxe textures. Indulge in cashmere short-sleeved tops ($98), perforated V-necks ($88), and pieces with cheeky sayings such as "Dear NYC, I'm Los AnJEALOUS" ($62) and "I Swear This Time He's the One..." ($62).

3. Marcus Lupfer

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London designer Marcus Lupfer makes graphic tees appealing to those who prefer to have a little more fun and irony in their apparel. Some tees feature a large cat face with the text "MEOW" ($101), while others have giant checkered lips ($125), and sequined sayings ($180).

 4. Tee & Cake

(Source: Tee & Cake)Tee & Cake is a T-shirt line exclusive to Topshop, featuring a massive collection of graphic, colorful tops. You'll find pieces creatively emblazoned with brands such as Coca-Cola ($46–$50), tourist souvenir-inspired shirts ($44–$50), and of course, animal patterns ($44).

5. Illustrated People

(Source: Illustrated People)Hip-hop lovers will enjoy this U.K. brand's collection of sporty tees that look straight out of Rihanna's closet. Its variety includes leopard-print accented tops ($42), shirts exclaiming "Boss," "Rich," "Dope," and "Killer" ($42), and stranger prints such as oversized pink daisies ($48), and sharkface tees ($48).

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