As the summer holiday season approaches, lighter evenings and the prospect of weekends away has sparked a fresh collection of quirky cotton t-shirt prints from Forever 21.
The retailer’s menswear collection is set to challenge other budget brands on the market, with their vast collection of stylish tees fronted at affordable prices. For spring/summer 2012 the brand has introduced a stand out collection of graphic tees and tank tops, featuring classic prints and logos from some of this century’s most cherished brands and cartoon characters.
Founded in 1984, the international fashion brand Forever 21 opened the first of it’s UK stores 16 months ago and its London flagship store last July. The brand has plans to open more stores across the UK by 2013. The brand highlights its international presence with printed slogans referring to some of the major cities the brand is located, such as New York, Tokyo and London.
A favourite from the collection that has our retro pulses racing is a printed design with a Nintendo NES games controller sketch on the the front. Classic, and perfect for hitting the underlying 80s/90s influences of this season in an ironic ‘geek chic’ sort of way.
This collection of tees is no doubt more suited to younger readers, and are perfect for a laid back casual look. Wear with slouchy silhouettes, your favourite retro trainers/hi-tops and loud colours in order to give them a modern and youthful spin.
Shop the collection over on the Forever 21 website.