We have Emily Ratajkowski's flawless work-from-home attire to thank for our late night wardrobe raid with her rolled-sleeve t-shirt on the brain.
Perched atop her bed-turned-desk (relatable content, tick), the model looks achingly chic in said Noah NYC tee and sweatpants.
Of course, she probably thew it on Sims-style in a mere few minutes with an air of "Oh, this old thing?"
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But it got us thinking, the only real garment that'll see us through quarantine in comfort and style is the humble t-shirt.
Whether you tuck one into boyfriend jeans (seriously, kudos to you!) or trackpants (that's more like it) - it's the fuss-free approach to workwear we're craving.
As per every trend worth knowing about, we scoured Pernille Teisbaek's feed for Scandinavian lessons in the simple tee.
Proving it's the only thing we should be wearing Monday to Friday, the Copenhagen native has been isolating in a good t-shirt and jean combo.
Ganni, the place of good t-shirts, is our first pitstop with slogan-emblazoned designs that'll earn you fashion points in the seconds it takes to chuck on.
While Bassike is responsible for Australia's answer to the 'It' white cotton t-shirt.
From Hansel & Gretel's romantic take on the look to the Commes Des Garçons design that'll see you through season-after-season, make the t-shirt your next purchase.