The perfect tee is a piece you’ll want to live in. Terry S.A. Incorporated (TSA), the same company who brought us Havaianas and Bensimon, recognizes the value in this, so they created a brand built to be worn 365 days of the year. Enter, Thread 365, a home-grown brand of TSA that offers t-shirts in a variety of styles and understands that clothes aren’t meant to just look good, but also feel good. The pieces are designed to transcend seasons and trends—championing comfort, quality, style, and versatility.
“Our dedicated team sources high-quality fabric and partners with suppliers and manufacturers who adhere to global production standards. Through our designs, color selection, careful fit process, and product testing, we bring you the kind of tee that you always reach for when you open your closet,” says TSA’s Anne Gonzalez at the launch.
To introduce the brand, Thread 365 handpicked 38 key influencers—who are all distinct characters and are successful in their respective fields—for a Photo Project with Sara Black. Because the brand is all about versatility and authenticity, these personalities were tasked to wear a Thread 365 tee in the way they felt most comfortable. This project has proven that the tee is made for everyone.
Click on the photo gallery to view some of the portraits.
The beauty of a perfect tee is that it fits right in with any look you pick for any occasion. So Style Bible takes up the challenge and shows you how you can wear this closet chameleon in three interesting ways.
|While most people associate tees with casual weekends, it can actually be worn in the workplace when paired with the right components—perfect-fitting trousers, sexy heels, and a bag that means business.|
|Simply tuck your white tee into a pair of shorts for a casual cool vibe. It's also a perfect canvas for your accessories—add a scarf or a chunky necklace and you won't get unnoticed.|
|Wear your tee with your fancier, after-five essentials to balance out the look and make it effortlessly cool.|
Thread 365 is available at Aura Athletica in Power Plant Mall and Bonifacio High Street and online at www.thread365.com.
Click on the photo gallery to view a sampling of the portraits from Thread 365's Photo Project.