Not that we like to brag or anything but for the most part we don't have to wear grown-up clothes. While we'd draw the line at the onesie, there's no shirt, suits and tie business round here. In fact, we spend most of our time in t-shirts. And really, is there anything more comfortable than the feel of that soft cocoon of cotton on your skin? We'd argue there isn't.
Which leads us rather nicely to this: the coolest t-shirts on film. From Marlon Brando's iconic white offering in A Street Car Named Desire to Napoleon Dynamite's political 'Vote for Pedro', here is our tribute to possibly the best item of clothing a man will ever own.
(Images: All Star, Rex Features)
A Streetcar Named Desire
Worn by: Stanley Kowalski (Marlon Brando)
The t-shirt: While James Dean might have done his fair amount for the humble white t-shirt, it was Brando who really started it all off when he wore it in A Streetcar Named Desire.
Worn by: Glen (Adam Herschman)
The t-shirt: What's not to love about this grey t-shirt that reads 'I'm Sofa King Cool'.
Worn by: James Brennan (Jesse Eisenberg)
The t-shirt: What else do you need to wear when you work in an amusement park circa 1987?
Worn by: The Dude (Jeff Bridges)
The t-shirt: If you've ever wondered where the deep v-neck trend came from, well wonder no more. It was, of course, thanks to the Dude. In fact, you could say he was responsible for influencing our laid back style throughout our whole time at university.
Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure
Worn by: Ted Logan (Keanu Reeves)
The t-shirt: Band t-shirts are important to people like Ted Logan and Bill S. Preston, Esq. This Van Halen one is worn by Ted and is a shot of the band in one of their promotional shot of their 5150. Still, they're probably not a scratch on Wyld Stallions.
Worn by: Danny Noonan (Michael O'Keefe)
The t-shirt: This red t-shirt with the white Bushwood logo is Danny's outfit for walking around the golf course.
Dazed and Confused
Worn by: David Wooderson (Matthew McConaughey)
The t-shirt: The eagle-eyed among you will have spotted that stoner David Wooderson is wearing a t-shirt with the cover of the second album from Ted Nugent and The Amboy Dukes.
What About Bob
Worn by: Bob 'Bobby' Wiley (Bill Murray)
The t-shirt: After being ordered by his psychiatrist (played by Richard Dreyfuss) to take a vacation, Bob Wiley takes his break on the same place as his doctor. This superb t-shirt that reads 'Don't Hassle Me, I'm Local' turns the crazy notch up even higher.
Fast Times of Ridgemont High
Worn by: Jeff Spicoli (Sean Penn)
The t-shirt: An unlikely style icon, surfer Jeff spends his time in the comfiest of clothing. As well as donning a classic pair of Vans checked slip-on sneakers, included in his wardrobe is this Colt 45 t-shirt.
Ferris Bueller's Day Off
Worn by: Cameron Frye (Alan Ruck)
The t-shirt: While Ferris gets a lot of attention for his attire (particularly this jacket), when it comes to t-shirts, sidekick Cameron wins with this red hockey jersey.
Worn by: Flash Gordon (Sam J. Jones)
The t-shirt: When we were just a wee nipper, this red on white t-shirt is all we wanted.
Worn by: Ira Wright (Seth Rogen)
The t-shirt: Like a Superman t-shirt if the the 'S' was replaced by the Jewish Star of David.
Worn by: Wayne Campbell (Mike Myers)
The t-shirt: Let it be known that if you ever lack a Halloween costume this is always a fail-safe answer.
Worn by: Garth Algar (Dana Carvey)
The t-shirt: Unlike his trusty companion, Garth is a little more adventurous when it comes to his t-shirt choice. Here we see him sporting an Aerosmith t-shirt.
Worn by: Mr. Lawson (Richard Kiel)
The t-shirt: The fact that in real life actor Richard Kiel is 7 feet and 7 inches means his towering frame makes this t-shirt look even more intimidating. Oh, and the fact he's Jaws in Bond.
Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back
Worn by: Jay (Jason Mewes)
The t-shirt: Jay is wearing a "Berserker" T-shirt with the image of Olaf, the Russian metalhead from Clerks. "Berserker" was the song Olaf was singing.
Worn by: Ben Stone (Seth Rogen)
The t-shirt: The best way to prove you're a reliable, responsible human being capable of taking care of a child is definitely by wearing a t-shirt with the words 'amsterdam' on it.
Worn by: Brodie Bruce (Jason Lee)
The t-shirt: According to Imdb, Brodie's shirt is the merged faces of three actors that tried out for the part of Brodie and didn't get it.
Worn by: Napoleon Dynamite (Jon Heder)
The t-shirt: Considering the film is still relatively young, this t-shirt has now become a modern classic.
Worn by: Saul Silver (James Franco)
The t-shirt: If you're not quite sure of the design on James Franco's shirt, it's a shark eating kitten. Yep, you read that right.
Worn by: Carey Mahoney (Steve Guttenberg)
The t-shirt: Steve Guttenberg's lovable rogue Mahoney tries to get one up on the Police Academy by donning this t-shirt.
Worn by: Jules Winnfield (Samuel L. Jackson)
The t-shirt: Despite being described as a couple of dorks, Jules (and Vince) still manages to make this blue cotton tee with a cartoon from Krazy Kat look cool.
Worn by: Chris Knight (Val Kilmer)
The t-shirt: Val Kilmer first wears this t-shirt when he turns up for an interview.
Revenge of the Nerds
Worn by: Dudley 'Booger' Dawson (Curtis Armstrong)
The t-shirt: Red on the arms with white middle. Slogan reads: High On Stress.
Worn by: Scott Pilgrim (Michael Cera)
The t-shirt: Over the course of the film, Scott Pigrim dons an array of fetching t-shirts that would make any 14-year-old green with teenage envy. But this one is the best. Points for the fact it's a Smashing Pumpkins t-shirt and another point for the fact that SP are also his initials.
Shaun of the Dead
Worn by: Ed (Nick Frost)
The t-shirt: Sure this t-shirt may be a little juvenile but that doesn't mean we won't snigger.
Worn by: Seth (Jonah Hill)
The t-shirt: White t-shirt with comedian and stand-up Richard Pryor on the front.
Worn by: Stiles (Jerry Levine)
The t-shirt: Another totally unfunny, childish t-shirt. We definitely don't have this t-shirt at home. Definitely not.
White Men Can' Jump
Worn by: Billy Hoyle (Woody Harrelson)
The t-shirt: One of the best t-shirts. Ever.
One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest
Worn by: R.P. McMurphy (Jack Nicholson)
The t-shirt: Never has a green t-shirt with a packet of cigarettes rolled up in its sleeve looked so cool.