Steve Rowley on white t-shirts and blue jeans.
Filo & Bake
Not another food review; tales from the ever hungry stomachs of Willow & Blake.
It’s not unusual for us to sacrifice a meal to pay for a jacket we’ve been eyeing off for weeks. Nothing tastes as good as skinny feels – right?
We think that the big breakfast from Coin Laundry tastes pretty good, especially now that they’re using a special cut of Babe’s bacon and keeping the beetroot relish flowing. Take that, Kate.
Steve Rowley would agree, if he weren’t so busy shopping for a new white tee. You see Steve has a slight obsession, and why wouldn’t he?
They are the staple of everyone’s wardrobe, the go-to when you’ve got nothing else to wear. They are your friend when you’ve eaten three breakfasts the day before; a crisp white tee and jeans will flatter, the white will bring out a glowing complexion, and best of all, you look all tough, rugged, and dirty if you’ve been rolling around – that’s impressive, right?
As far as cleaning goes the jeans and tee combo is also a plus. Not too much bleach and not too often, a decent laundry powder, and tumble dry so you don’t need to iron; saving you time and a call to your mother.
While Steve likes to think that his white tee/blue jean combo isn’t much of a statement at all, his friends like to tell him it’s a direct indication that he is unimaginative and boring – what better company to keep.
Steve’s not about channeling James Dean or Michael Jackson, he really just thinks the V-neck is a win all round. There is however, a selection criterion:
“Better designers make a better cut and usually use better material, although it does seem strange to pay a lot of money for such a basic item. If I can tell you anything: Ralph Lauren, underwear range, V-neck white t-shirts (I’m a medium) $5.50 plus shipping. Best online buy on the market by far – thank me later.”
So Steve, how many is too many?
“Didn’t Michael Jordan have a new pair of shoes for every game…?”