Women's t-shirts



Even though it has an ancient origin, indeed someone refers to Nineteenth century, women’s t-shirt is one of the unmissable piece of every female wardrobe, able to constantly renew itself at each season.
Female fashion collections for the spring summer 2019 have brought on catwalks many news and trends which transform this simple garment into a real must-have.
Abandoning the warmth of materials like wool and cashmere, t-shirt finally finds the pleasant sensation of freshness given by cotton and viscose. The more spring versions, suitable for the still cool weather conditions, have high collars and long sleeves like the turtleneck models, but now they become precious to fit with the more elegant outfits, like that proposed by Max Mara with small ruffles to decorate shoulders and sleeves.

With glimmering effects and metallic sparkles, t-shirt is perfect for going-out

Evening t-shirts, maybe combined with shining skirts, to adherent leggings or used under the blazer, can be decorated with crystals and sequin embroideries, feathers and lace, colored with baroque-style prints like those of Versace and P.A.R.O.S.H. or with laminated effects like those created by Avant Toi and Valentino.
For romantic women one of the most important trends of the new season are pastel colors, which go from the original tone of pale yellow to light blue and especially to pale pink, used as solid colors for Chloé, Twin-set and Philosophy by Lorenzo Serafini or to polish the floral print, that now is interpreted in a modern key by N° 21 and with ironic nostalgia by Dolce & Gabbana.

An extravagant touch for conceptual t-shirts

Women’s t-shirts become also conceptual and allows themselves a pinch of extravagance with the asymmetries proposed by Dsquared2 which combines the classic cotton with denim and lace in a game of contrasts, by Max Mara and Valentino which create off shoulder models with tight lines for a touch of sensuality.

Nineties are back? Yes, but also the Seventies, for t-shirts that love revival style

The minimalism of the Nineties is back in fashion, with short sleeves t-shirts that have simple crew necks, just decorated by small pockets like those proposed by Prada or which have maxi proportions like the versions presented on catwalk by Off-White, Stella McCartney and J.W. Anderson.
Always speaking about revival, another important trend for women’s t-shirts is that inspired by Seventies. Make way for fantasy with tie-dye effect prints, seen almost everywhere during the fashion weeks and especially in the collections of Paco Rabanne, Stella McCartney, Prabal Gurung, M.S.G.M. and Vivienne Westwood, not only in the classic natural shades, but also in neon tones, to color with joy the summer days.

Surf, irony and good mood. This is the recipe for who loves sporty t-shirts

The more casual t-shirts are suitable to various moments of the day:

  • Cotton t-shirts are flawless for who loves fitness, especially those created by fashion brands with a casual and sporty DNA like Philipp Plein and Marcelo Burlon
  • For a woman who doesn’t like to spend all her time into the gym there are the new prints inspired by surf world, realized on unusual fabrics like neoprene and net-effect jersey, proposed by Michael Kors, Calvin Klein and Sportmax
  • A touch of carefreeness is proposed by Moschino with its t-shirts which represent the most ironic and recognizable symbols of the brand, with animal prints or dots, and by Chiara Ferragni, one of the most bellowed fashion bloggers and real style icon of our time.