I’ve been living in t-shirts lately and really need to pick up some new ones for the summer. I had a look online so here’s some of the super cute t-shirts I’d love to add to my wardrobe.
Hot Topic (USA) have an incredible selection of Animal Crossing t-shirts for all of us currently obsessed with New Horizons. This Sorry I Can’t design has the perfect pastel colour scheme and works for social distancing too! Sadly there’s no international shipping available at the moment.
My go-to for cheap fun t-shirts is Uniqlo as their UT collaborations (UK / USA) usually have some kawaii characters. At the moment, there’s Pokemon, Disney, Hello Kitty and more, but I’m especially enjoying the Cats Are Purrfect range (UK / USA). I just wish they’d stop limiting designs by gender and age as I love so many of the kids t-shirts.
For J-Fashion, Dreamy Bows (UK) is always worth a look as they have a big range of brands, prices and styles. I really love Listen Flavor designs – their tops always look so comfy and have interesting details like ruffles and lacing. Don’t miss sister shop ARTBOX’s range of Sanrio Originals clothing too. Both ship worldwide.
I would love to go on a spending spree at OMOCAT (USA) as they have such cool anime-style designs and lots of collaborations with characters, brands and artists. I don’t know a single thing about Yokai Watch but this space travel tee is so good. They ship internationally too.
Sanrio t-shirts with anyone other than Hello Kitty can be hard to come by if you’re not in the USA or Japan but there’s now a Sanrio t-shirt shop on Amazon UK. There’s over 700 cute designs to choose from, including every holiday imaginable, and each has different colour and fit options (including sweatshirts for those of you heading into winter). Pusheen has one too.
Need more shopping ideas? Use our guide to The Best Kawaii Shops Worldwide or have a look at Our Favourite Kawaii Artists, Designers & Makers.
Marceline is the co-founder and editor of Super Cute Kawaii and the author of The Super Cute Book of Kawaii. She lives by the seaside in Scotland in a flat full of kawaii, creating cute character goods as Asking For Trouble, working on endless craft projects and playing Nintendo.