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The Carl striped crew neck t-shirt by 66 Clothing

The Carl striped crew neck t-shirt by 66 Clothing
The Carl striped crew neck t-shirt by 66 Clothing (image credit: 66 Clothing/Mod Shoes)
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Another contender for the summer months, this time in the shape of The Carl striped crew neck t-shirt by 66 Clothing.

The Carl striped crew neck t-shirt by 66 Clothing
(image credit: 66 Clothing/Mod Shoes)

 

If you haven’t heard of 66 Clothing, it’s an offshoot of the longer-running Mod Shoes label. But clothing rather than shoes, which you probably worked out.

The Carl striped crew neck t-shirt by 66 Clothing
(image credit: 66 Clothing/Mod Shoes)

 

They do some nice pieces too, often in limited runs, which adds to the appeal if I’m honest, Some sell out before I get a chance to write about them, but The Carl design seems to be a fairly recent arrival and is available in various sizes.

The Carl striped crew neck t-shirt by 66 Clothing
(image credit: 66 Clothing/Mod Shoes)

 

The range has a mid-1960s ‘Beach Boys’ vibe about it, with The Carl (i.e. Carl Wilson) name giving a nod to that. But it’s also the kind of t-shirt that has a strong Mod look too. A slightly dressier t-shirt with something a little extra about it. In fact, t-shirt doesn’t really do it justice. This is a kind of halfway house between a t-shirt and a sweater.

The Carl striped crew neck t-shirt by 66 Clothing
(image credit: 66 Clothing/Mod Shoes)

 

Available in two colour options (a third has sold out), this is a slim-fit top constructed from a cotton and polyester mix and with a waffle/perforated style on the front and contrasting stripes around the neck, cuffs and hem.

The Carl striped crew neck t-shirt by 66 Clothing
(image credit: 66 Clothing/Mod Shoes)

 

It’s the kind of t-shirt that could be worn formally as well as casually and has enough about it to stand out from the crowd. £65 is the price of either of the two colours on show here.

Find out more at the 66 Clothing at Mod Shoes website

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