My Favorite White T-Shirt is BACK!

I just discovered that my favorite white t-shirt, which I thought had been discontinued, is now back and fully stocked!!! And I just so happened to have these pictures that were taken a couple of weeks ago, so I put this post together real quick.

ATM tee (M) // Mother Hustler (28) // Kork-Ease Devan (8) // similar belt (M) // rag & bone sunnies // Kendra Scott earrings // similar VE bracelet // nails: OPI Cajun Shrimp

I found this ATM Slub Jersey Schoolboy V-Neck Tee early last spring, and I’ve worn it nearly to death over the past year. In fact, I just picked up a new one when I found it on sale at Saks Off Fifth.

Unfortunately, it’s no longer available in the white at Saks Off Fifth, but it is back in stock (at full price) on the ATM website. I hope this means we will be seeing it popping up again at some of the department stores, but I don’t know how that will go.

Why do I love this tee so much? Well, it’s the perfect slub cotton fabric with the perfect 23″ length with the perfect sleeve length and a perfect fit — not too fitted, not too boxy.

It has a straight hem with side vents and no annoying boob pocket, and the shape of the v-neckline is so flattering. It’s the one I was wearing here for last month’s QVC post, for those who were asking. At the time, I didn’t realize it was back in stock.

This t-shirt is pretty much perfect in every way. It layers easily under jackets and also stands alone nice for a simple outfit like this one.

SIZING NOTE: This t-shirt runs small. I wear a medium in all the ATM Schoolboy Tees. The crewneck is good too; I have it in white and a cheetah print. And I’m wondering if I want to try the sleeveless; the lilac is on sale!

I paired my white v-neck tee with light wash jeans and added a cognac belt and some pretty accessories for an easy, laid-back spring/summer look.

And I wore cognac leather sandals to coordinate with the belt. They have soft woven leather straps on top of a cork-covered padded footbed and a woodgrain heel with rivet details.

They’re extremely comfortable, but better suited to those with wider feet or higher arches. They’re a little loose on me, but otherwise they run true to size.

These jeans are the Mother Hustler Ankle Fray in Au Revoir, which is a beautiful light blue wash that’s perfect for spring and summer.

They have an 11″ high rise with a 27 1/2″ ankle-length inseam and a 16″ leg opening, and the fabric is a soft stretch denim that has that great lived-in fit and feel right out of the box. These jeans run true to size; I’m wearing my usual 28.

I accessorized with my rag & bone tortoiseshell sunnies, which are an amazing price on Amazon right now; I paid 3X that at Shopbop two years ago, and that was a sale price at the time! I love the oversized square shape with the hints of lavender in the brown tortoiseshell frames.

And my Victoria Emerson Cantabria mini boho cuff is the perfect complement to the white and blue tones in my outfit. It sold out, but the Granville is very similar.

I’m wearing OPI Cajun Shrimp on my nails, which is a departure from my usual neutral tones, but I’m loving it. It’s a really fun color for spring and summer.

Spend or Save

I realize these are all investment pieces, so I wanted to give you some more budget-friendly options.

Spend Outfit:

Save Outfit:

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25 Responses

  1. I use Apple devices and safari and I’ve always gotten emails. Probably not helpful to your research but I’m not tech savvy at all!

    1. I wanted to comment the same. No issues receiving emails or clicking links with Mailchimp or FloDesk.

  2. I appreciate the spend vs save. Can you do this more often?
    Hope you’re recovering well. Take care of yourself.

  3. Love the spend/splurge post, great choices. I appreciate the detailed comments, thank you !

    Hope recovery is still going well!

  4. Love this simple outfit. The shoes are the star of the show, the heel height is too much for me. I’m pretty sure I have unworn sandals in my closet to replicate this.

  5. I get your emails fine my issue is I can no longer save your post or pictures to my pinteres board. I have tried on 3 different devices. I have tried my laptop, work computer and phone.

  6. Thanks for the tip on the tee! I have the hardest time finding white tees without that boob pocket! Seriously who thinks that is cute? I love Cajun shrimp for summer too, it is one of my all time favorite Opi colors! Lately though I’ve been using the Dazzle Dry system almost exclusively. It’s not as damaging as gel or powder manis but lasts a lot longer than regular polish. If you decide to try it, their Red Hot Chili is very similar to Cajun shrimp.

  7. Another great option for well made white tees that will last for years is Lands End. The only issue I am having is that I still don’t get email notifications when someone has replied to my comment. As a matter of fact, Kay Harms blog is the only one I don’t have issues with, our of the four of you that I am subscribed too. Enjoy the beautiful weather!

    1. I spoke with her, and I have talked to her before. Hers was set up a long time ago, and it does seem to still work. But we tried to get ours set up using her method, and for whatever reason, it wouldn’t work. I remember Paul helping me, and he is a tech wizard. He literally makes a living troubleshooting computer issues, and there is nothing tech related he hasn’t been able to figure out for me in 16 years of blogging, but this issue has him stumped too.

  8. I have trouble with links to Loft, for some weird reason. But I have trouble from Loft email links, too. I found the ATM tee at TJ Maxx for $34! Don’t know if they still have them , but it wouldn’t hurt to check!

  9. I love a simple white tee, light wash jeans and cognac together. I wore this same combo the other day. (diff. pieces but very close) You look great in this outfit. The fit of everything is spot on. Do you think you’d still take a medium in the shirt since your reduction. I always were XS to SM, so wondering how I’d size up. Good luck on the tech issues. I know that must be so frustrating. I’ve been fine with the links all along but just never could get the sign up for the replies back to me to come to my email. I have to go back each day to see if you replied or anyone else.

  10. PS Just for reference I use Apple lap top and iPhone and yahoo email and Safari and only issue since you changed is like I said not getting replies back to me by email from you or others if they do.

    1. Yeah, that is another issue entirely, and to be honest, I gave up. It drives me bananas, and I cannot believe there is no one in this world who can help me make it happen, but so far, I’ve got nothing.

  11. Hi JoLynne,
    Your emails have been going to my junk folder for awhile! I assumed it was something I did- I’m not too tech savvy but if you want to put me in a test group that will be fine. I would prefer your emails go to my inbox but I fish them out of the junk each day! Thanks for all you do!

    1. Hi Angie, if you have gmail, you are in luck. You can set up a filter and tell it to always send my emails to your inbox. Let me know if you need more guidance on how to do that.

  12. I have not been receiving your emails on my Apple iPad for several months. I just try to remember to go to your website every day; however, there are times that I can tell from the reader comments that something was mentioned in your email that was not referenced on the website.

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