6 Plain White Tees With Cult Followings in Hollywood

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It's a sad fact, but your favorite plain white tee will not last forever. Eventually, it will fall victim to underarm yellowing, rips, stretching at the neckline, stains, and the like. If you're constantly refreshing your collection of white T-shirts, you've come to the right place. The next time you need a new one, why not rely on a celebrity-approved brand? Some of Hollywood's favorite tees start at just $30, so there's no excuse not to try one for yourself.

For instance, Kaia Gerber, Zendaya, and Ciara are all fans of the brand launched by celebrity stylist Karla Welch, while Gigi Hadid, Lea Michele, and Kendall Jenner are partial to Re/Done white tees. Scroll down to see the best plain white tees worn by Ashley Graham, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, and more. Then, help yourself to some more T-shirt styling tips elsewhere on our site, including Katie Holmes and Priyanka Chopra.

x Karla

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Celebrity stylist Karla Welch's x Karla brand has a massive following in Hollywood, including Kaia Gerber, Zendaya, Ciara, and more. 

On Kaia Gerber: x Karla T-shirt; Converse sneakers

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On Zendaya: x Karla Crop Tee; Ugg slippers

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On Ciara: x Karla Crop t-shirt

Re/Done

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Re/Done may be best known for its great-fitting jeans, but don't overlook the brand's ideal plain white tees. Lea Michele, Kendall Jenner, and Dakota Fanning are among the celebs who wear tees from the label. 

On Lea Michele: Re/Done x Hanes 1960s Slim Tee ($78)

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On Kendall Jenner: Re/Done 1950s Boxy Tee ($78); I.Am.Gia pants; Yeezy shoes

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On Dakota Fanning: Re/Done 1960s Slim T-Shirt ($78); Vans sneakers; Goyard bag

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On Kourtney Kardashian: Re/Done 1960s Slim T-Shirt ($78); Yeezy sweatpants; Nike sneakers

Cotton Citizen

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You can always count on Cotton Citizen for incredibly well-made T-shirts that are soft, comfortable, and tried and tested by celebrities. 

On Gigi Hadid: Cotton Citizen Tokyo Long Sleeve Tee; Versace sneakers; Madhappy bike shorts

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On Behati Prinsloo: Cotton Citizen Monaco Tee

N:Philanthropy

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When you have a celebrity-approved white T-shirt brand available on Amazon, you don't really think twice about buying it immediately. 

On Ashley Graham: N:Philanthropy t-shirt

Zara

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Yes, I know this is technically a bodysuit, but bear with me. Rosie Huntington-Whiteley makes it look so chic that it deserved a special callout. 

On Rosie Huntington Whiteley: Zara Halter Bodysuit

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On Rosie Huntington Whiteley: Zara Halter Bodysuit

A.L.C.

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In case you're in the market for a tank top option, Olivia Munn's A.L.C. version is a safe bet. We love the square neckline and cropped length, which is begging to be worn with high-waisted pants.

On Olivia Munn: A.L.C Ali Top ($195)

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On Priyanka Chopra: A.L.C. Jules T-Shirt ($135)

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