Seattle’s Newest Subscription Service Delivers a New White T-Shirt To Your Door Every Month

Fashion subscription service Haute T delivers crisp white wardrobe essentials

By Andrew Hoge

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April 20, 2018

This article originally appeared in the April 2018 issue of Seattle Magazine.

This article appears in print in the April 2018 issueClick here to subscribe.

A recently launched Magnolia-based fashion subscription service is taking the work out of shopping for a wardrobe staple. Each month, Haute T ships customers a white T-shirt in a different style, such as a crew or scoop neck, in their preselected size.

The point, says founder Kat Kueber, is to help clients who are short on time and want to avoid paying high prices for a basic. “The main thing we’re trying to solve is convenience, not just in the form of delivery, but also providing new styles each month,” she says of her tees, which are made with high-quality fibers, including Pima and modal cottons.

Customers have already asked for new styles, such as long sleeves—a definite option for the future, says Kueber. For as little as $29 a month (with an option to skip months), your closet won’t be the only thing thanking you. 

 

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