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Tailored T-Shirts Are Now Possible With Citizen Wolf


Whether you suffer from the male muffin top in a tight-fitting t-shirt, sloppy sleeves, choking necklines or you’re rocking laughable lengths, the days of shitty fits are behind us with fully-tailored tees from Citizen Wolf.

Designed for dudes who believe in buying better by buying less, Citizen Wold has just launched the world-first service that combines tailored style with the humble t-shirt.

Customers can try on a Guide Tee, either in-store or at home, and using Citizen Wolf’s intuitive fit system get swiftly calibrated across seven fit and four design variables, all without clunky measuring tapes. Then your t-shirt is hand cut in the brand’s Darlinghurst studio, sew in downtown Redfern and made with certified organic cotton milled in Melbourne. Does it get any simpler or local than that?

“The tee is the backbone of Sydney’s wardrobe, but too often fits like a potato sack or looks spray-painted on,” says co-founder Zoltan Csaki, “Citizen Wolf changes the game by putting our customers in complete control of both fit and style details.”


“With workplaces become more casual…tees are the new suits, and after a year of refinement, we’re thrilled to make tailored casual basics accessible to everyone,” adds fellow co-founder Eric Phu.

Every Citizen Wolf tee is made with 100% organic cotton and luxury detailing like neck binding, a curved bottom hem and high-density stitching, and that’s before you’ve even given it your personal touch. So whether your style is Surry Hills yuppie, Bondi hipster or straight up CBD warrior, it’s easy to create a wardrobe of perfectly fitting basics.

You can buy a Citizen Wolf tee online, or in-store at 255B Crown Street in Darlinghurst from between $69-89.

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