Are T-Shirts a good gift item? Despite the posing question, T-shirts make great gifts for practically any occasion. And the affordable price has almost nothing to do with it.
There are graphical and slogan tees for everything under the sun. If the gift recipient is a fan of a game, movie, or a T.V. show then there is a pop culture tee with the perfect reference on it for them. If the recipient Is fond of art or music then again there are artistic tees available. This Drum Machine tee is cool, there is also one of a drum set on it. If the person is passionate about animals, you guessed it there are t-shirts for that as well. These are just a few examples of course but you get the gist.
But what about the harder to shop for type of person? You do not want to come off as cheap or lazy. These are the types of people that slogan tees were made for. Find one that captures their personality to a Tee (Do you see what I did there?). If they have an attitude that is not of the norm, I am willing to bet that somewhere some shop has a shirt that states their mind. Such as the classic "I am only wearing black until they make something darker".
There are also generic tee designs that work well for people with particular interest, hearts, owls, flowers (just keep in mind each flower's symbolic meaning). These are popular but a bit boring in my opinion. If the person you are considering buying a tee for is of the boring type then I say go for it. But I'd look for the more artistic variety such as the ones from DBH.
The trick is to find one that is uniquely targeted towards them. Don't get the Despicable Me fan just any minion shirt, get them the zaniest one that they haven't seen a million times before. You want to show that you put a lot of thought into the gift. If it looks like you just went to Wal-Mart and pulled from a rack then the gift might backfire.
Are T-Shirts a Good Gift Item?
So of course I will say "Yes,T-Shirts are a good gift item" but I am biased the site is called "Tee Fetch" after all. But with that said, I wouldn't buy them as an anniversary present... what guy in his right mind would be that stupid? There better be something else along with that tee is all that I am going to say about that and to that guy. Maybe wrap the real gift inside a tee maybe.
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