Wow! A new Dunhill for only $325!
If I were to make a list of all the things I'd spend $325 on, I don't think a Dunhill t-shirt would be on there. But who knows, maybe I'll develop TSAD (t-shirt Acquisition Disorder).
Is it just the t-shirt or do you get the hipster who's wearing it too? What's the market value of a hipster these days anyway? Is it dollar denominated, or is there a cryptocurrency that prices exchange rates between hipsters, slackers, millennials, gen-xers, and incontinent boomers? In any case what are hipsters really good for? Chores? Errands? Cannon fodder during the inevitable zombie apocalypse? How valuable anyway is attitude as a workplace skill?
Any other type of t-shirt gives me allergies and hives and leaves me depressed and anxious. It's just something about the cut and the material, the stitching, and the confidence it imparts even when worn under other clothes. In anything else, I just don't feel right and can't enjoy myself. If they charged me twice as much, I'd feel twice as good, too.
Our "good friend Bradley" from the Stuff 'n' Things YouTube channel was given a Dunhill tee recently. Who knew it was nearly as expensive as the older unsmoked Dunhill Root the same viewer sent him a few weeks before? I'm sure he doesn't!