T-shirts are one of the most cost-efficient ways to express yourself. But there’s a lot more you can do with them than just wearing them. If you’re a man with a t-shirt subscription, you can have new apparel delivered regularly. You are limited only by your own imagination. Here are some ideas on how to get the most out of your men’s monthly t-shirt subscription.
How to Get the Most Out of Your T-Shirt Subscription
1) Wear them on days that matter
Some months, you might find a shirt in your shipment that matches an occasion that’s important to you. For example, you may find decent polo tshirts for men in November, when International Men’s Day is celebrated on the 19th. You can wear those kinds of outfits to show your support.
2) Divide them up
Got more t-shirts than you know what to do with? Give yourself the challenge of using them all in different ways. If you have four t-shirts this month, use one on Monday, another on Tuesday, another on Wednesday, and another on Thursday.
3) Give them to others
If you still have more clothes than you can wear, there are countless charitable organizations that help people in need. Some charities have programs where you can just give a bag of clothes or other items to the organization with a note, and they’ll pass it on to those who can use it.
4) Use them for crafting
Maybe you’re not big into wearing t-shirts, but you can certainly craft with them! A simple Google image search will give you all kinds of ideas about what to make. Some relatively easy items you can make with shirt fabrics include yarn scarves and comfy pillows.
5) Turn them into other clothing
Have you ever wondered what those really cool-looking Japanese shirts are made from? Some of them might be fashioned out of old t-shirts. You can do the same thing with your old shirts and turn them into skirts, shorts, or cut them up into bandages when you get a paper cut.
6) Make wall art out of them
If you’re not quite ready to part with your favorite shirts, especially if they’re the only ones in your subscription shipment that month, you could always turn them into wall art. This is easy enough to do either by framing them or just taping the shirt to a wall for that instant pop of color.