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The 7 white T-shirts we buy over and over again

The 7 white T-shirts we buy over and over again
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  • A plain white T-shirt is the ultimate wardrobe staple.
  • As a team of discerning shoppers and product viewers, the women of Insider Picks have tried a lot of plain white tees in our time and have strong opinions about the ones we like best.
  • Whether you already have a favorite or are still on the hunt for the perfect piece, check out our list of plain white T-shirts that are worth adding to your wardrobe now.

There are a few staples everyone should have in their closet. A great pair of jeans you can wear all day. A nice blazer that makes you feel like your best self. A plain white T-shirt.

The plain white tee is a closet staple for good reason. You can dress it up or down, wear it alone or with layers; its simple color and design make it the perfect canvas for trying out funky accessories, bottoms, and jackets.

With an abundance of options out there, you'd think it would be easy to pick one. Yet, the sheer variety of brands and styles can make that choice seem daunting. Should you go with a V-neck or a crew? Do you want a slouchy or tight fit?

Well, we can't tell you which plain white T-shirt you'll like best, but we can tell you which ones we love - and hopefully that can inspire you on your hunt for perfection.

Keep reading for the seven plain white T-shirts that we turn to day in and day out.

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