Celebrities Love…Number Tees

Celebrities Love Number Tees

No longer relegated to the football field, the jersey shirt has moved from the stadium to the style arena. The newest number crunchers on the scene include a group of bold beauties, who are playing their own fashion game with the number tee.

British TV presenter Caroline Flack took her red ’73′ Topshop version on vacation, using an oversized variation as a beach coverup.

Singer Brandy wore a different spin on the athletic Topshop shirt, parading out her double digits as a minidress and adding a pop edge with finger gloves, shoe boots and a blunt fringe bang.

Counting on a lucky 22, Ciara put a sporty edge on her live performance in Atlantic CIty last month with a black jersey paired with skinny jeans and trainers. The songstress also showed us her washboard abs with a second less-is-more approach to numerals. She cut it short with a cropped ’1991′ sweater from Topshop to which she brought some grunge appeal with ripped denim and rugged work boots.

Does the number-tee trend add up, in your opinion?

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Kit yourself out at Topshop UK and Topshop US.

Credit: FameFlynet, Brandy’s Twitter, Ciara’s Twitter & Getty

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8 Responses to Celebrities Love…Number Tees

  1. EmmaWoodhouse May 1, 2013 at 20:07 #

    Not liking what I’m seeing.

  2. Hermoine May 1, 2013 at 20:13 #

    Only if it is white and blue and has the Dallas Cowboys on it! Otherwise, forget it.

  3. Dhppy May 1, 2013 at 21:06 #

    This is no more fashion than shots of celebrities walking around with coke cans in their hands.

    • CreoleLady May 1, 2013 at 23:03 #

      Sounds like a description Coachella to me. I’ve often wondered how a music festival becomes a fashion event.

    • CreoleLady May 1, 2013 at 23:04 #

      Sounds like a description of Coachella to me. I’ve often wondered how a music festival becomes a fashion event.

  4. Marybeth May 1, 2013 at 23:00 #

    These are okay for the under-18 set at an informal event. They’re fine at any age if you’re wearing them at a game to show solidarity with a favorite player or team. Otherwise, NO! ;)

  5. Alicat May 2, 2013 at 03:25 #

    For an everyday look on a young person it is fine, but I agree with those above that this is not fashion.

  6. michaboa May 2, 2013 at 16:03 #

    If they come with ciara’s abs , then yes.

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