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T-Post Subscription Box Review – T-Shirt #144


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t-post #144 packaging

T-Post is a super cool Swedish t-shirt subscription box that tells stories through words and wearable art. The result is a new twist on the concept of a magazine. With each new shirt comes a new story. According to their site:

A T-post story can be an in depth interview with someone we think is interesting (like Ricky Powell or Eric HAZE), or a stories about how we never really get our hands dirty anymore, or how the only way to become truly cool is by hanging out in nature, where nobody can see you. In all our stories we tend to openly reflect on what’s happening around us in a time when everything is moving so fast that we hardly ever take the time to.

t-post #144 unboxing

The t-shirt designs are all unique collaborations with artists, designers, and brands. Their site mentions past collaborations with “Alife and Staple, as well as organizations like TEDx and Fatta Man.”

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t-post #144 unboxing and review

About T-Post T-Shirt Subscription Box Review

The Subscription Box: T-post®

The Cost: About $39.01 per month (33 EURO—exchange rates can vary slightly)

The Products: Each month, you’ll get a new exclusive t-shirt (in sizes for men and women) featuring a unique design by a different artist, designer, brand, or organization, plus a written story, article, or interview to accompany the wearable art.

Ships to: Free shipping worldwide!

T-Post “Can Effect Your Buying Habits” Cool Tee Design #144

t-post #144 tee flat

This month’s tee looks kind of simple at first glance, but it’s got some details that seriously up the uniqueness factor.

t-post #144 short sleeve tee

The front features the minimalist black T-Post logo. The tee itself is heathered gray and has the weight of a standard unisex tee you might wear to the gym. The sides of the shirt are trimmed in black and white ribbon knit with the brand’s tagline, “It’s a Story”.

t-post #144 gray tee

The back of the shirt has the real statement piece, though. This “Can effect your buying habits” graphic looks like a warning label you’d find on a controlled substance, doesn’t it? Haha!

It’s also a little painful to me, as a copy person—technically, [*pushes glasses up her nose*] it should be “affect”, not “effect”. “Affect” is the verb. (“That really affected the result.”) “Effect” is the noun. (“I’m still feeling the effects!”) Okay, rant over 🙂

t-post #144 article

t-post #144 essay inside tshirt

On the inside of the shirt, there’s a short article about the “cyber-stalking” that’s becoming the norm in the advertising world.

t-post #144 tee gray tshirt

Here’s what the tee looks like on.

t-post #144 its a story border

t-post #144 change your buying habits print

Not sure how I feel about this placement, haha!

The Verdict: I love the concept of this brand. It’s something to wear AND a conversation-starting article that turns the tee into a collector’s piece! As you can tell from this design, the brand’s aesthetic is a little more modern, trend-conscious, hip-hop/skate inspired. Hint hint: the quality and uniqueness of T-Post shirts make this subscription a great idea for holiday gifting!

To Wrap Up:

Can you still get this box if you sign up today? No. Sign up by the 10th to get that month’s tee!

Value Breakdown: This subscription cost 33 EURO, which currently equals about $39.01. Exchange rates vary month to month, so that cost may go up or down for customers not in the EU. That $39.01 includes the exclusive tee, the story, the artist info, and most importantly, international shipping costs!

Check out all of our T-Post reviews and other clothing subscription boxes in our Women’s Clothing Subscription Boxes directory and our Men’s Clothing Subscription Boxes directory!

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What do you think of T-Post?

Written by Anna Reilly

Anna Reilly

Anna loves collecting little treasures, be they pop-culture finds, handmade mementos, or new potions to put in her makeup bag. Beauty boxes got her interested in the subscription world, but now she’s swooning for all things kawaii!

All views in this review are the opinion of the author. My Subscription Addiction will never accept payment in exchange for a review, but will accept a box at no cost to provide honest opinions on the box. This post may contain affiliate/referral links. If you buy something, MSA may earn an affiliate commission. Read the complete My Subscription Addiction disclosure.

7 Comments

  1. I know I’m being ‘that person,’ but affect can be a noun (psychology/medical term), and effect can be a verb, though it’s not commonly used. So technically it isn’t a typo, just changes the meaning ever so slightly. Although, yeah, affect seems like it would make more sense in this case.
    Affect (verb): to influence
    Effect (verb): to cause something to occur

  2. 39.01$ for one t-shirt? Am I reading this right?

  3. So your a** affects your buying habits? Is that what they are trying to say? I guess I do most of my shopping on line and am sitting, so…

    • Hahaaa! 😀

  4. You could find a friend who does embroidery & have them use red thread to edit that error. It would drive me nuts to wear a shirt sporting a typo unless I used something to identify that I knew it was a typo.

    • That’s a great idea! That error would make this otherwise fun shirt unwearable to me. I think you could even sew over it by hand as it’s a small area. I think the correction would be kind of cute as well and, red thread would be perfect. 🙂

    • Agreed! I would never wear a shirt with a typo. I didn’t even realize it was a typo at first and was trying to figure out what the heck they’re trying to say. No, just no.

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