The Bee’s Knees | Boys Graphic Tees

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I love me some good old basics on my boy; striped or plain tees, plaid or denim shirt, maybe even a polo on a rare (actually pretty rare, we just aren’t polo people I guess) occasion. I also love to buy him fun graphic tees because well, I still like to wear em’ (dressing like I’m still a teen is all the rage, if you want to still get carded at the liquor store) and they are fun – King also loves a good ‘silly’ tee. After almost 4 years (yup that boy of mine is ALMOST four) of buying tees for him I have developed a few favorite places to hunt them down. SO why not share my not so secret, hot spots for a good ol’ graphic tee that maybe mom or dad might wish they could wear themselves or wish they wore as a kiddo.

  • Crewcuts – The graphics are usually pretty rad, and the quality of these tees is awesome. The prices, well not so great…but hold off buying – their sales can be pretty good for the one or two tees you adore.
  • Threadless Kids – Usually pretty funny, and printed on American apparel tees. They have sales all the time sometimes as low as $5 a tee!
  • Zara – Lately they have some super awesome tees, the quality is not my favorite but the graphics make up for it. If you can wait for their end of season sale most likely you can get the tees you love at half price or less.
  • American Apparel – Not just basics, sometimes they have fun graphic tees. And this specific letter tee is one every kiddo just needs to own.
  • Little Vida – They carry the brands I always wished I could buy my kiddos, and for boys graphic tees thy have a pretty great selection (Scotch Shrunk, bobo choses, Stella McCartney). Right now most of their stuff is on sale, a great time to grab a super awesome tee.
  • 77kids – Fun, a little bit rocker, sometimes they have retro sports tees.

Also, not pictured because their sites didn’t show too much at the time: Gap Kids (awesome quality, always), Old Navy (some fun retro pop culture tees), Joe Fresh (they are killing it this fall season) and H&M (always a gem hidden in there).

What is your favorite place to buy boys graphic tees?


I wanted to thank you all for your amazing comments, emails and tweets about my post on Friday. Not sure why I was nervous to post it, but you all made me feel even better about what I do here – I even changed my about page a bit to reflect WHY I write about kids style in the way I do. Thank you all so very much! Also, because sometimes it’s fun to state the absolute obvious – I made some changes on the blog over the weekend, I still have a tiny few things left to do (and probably change up the header again) but what do you think?

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· August 20, 2012 · in Daily Dose,The Bee’s Knees


{ 4 comments… read them below or add one }

Dani August 20, 2012 at 10:10 pm

I’ve always loved that American Apparel letter tee – for myself haha. But I always felt, being a large-chested girl, throwing Dd on across myself might send the wrong message. Hahahha


BabyBlackbird August 21, 2012 at 2:37 pm

LOL! Um, I think I need to buy it just for that reason alone!


kukolina September 26, 2013 at 11:46 pm

You two are so funny! I am flat chested usually… (I have been exclusively breastfeeding for 8 months now!) so maybe I should get the DD Tshirt… 😛

I would love to answer your question but I buy onesies for my son. Zutano is my favorite. I like its rompers. Absorba has nice bodysuits in my opinion. Oh and Carter’s is nice for stripey things… Hm. I might have a bit of a graphic T aversion…


kukolina September 26, 2013 at 11:51 pm

I take Absorba back. The things I found from this brand right now are very, very ugly.


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