The female form has been celebrated throughout history, from ancient fertility statues, to Gauguin's nudes, to Juggs. For casual wear doing the same, check out Plain Jane Homme.
Outta Montreal, PJH puts out clever/cheeky casualwear dotted with their logo of a comely girl in stripper heels with her underoos around her ankles, and boast as inspiration "Proper Playboys with proper charm", and "women with legs for days and short temperaments", who wouldn't be having any of your shirt with a comely girl in stripper heels with her underoos around her ankles. Polos all offer some surprises: those in solid colors (tangerine, fuchsia, aquamarine, tootsie roll) have the girl emblem were the gator would normally be, while a popped collar reveals a drawing of a reclining hottie, and there's also some with barber-pole-eqsue diagonal stripes in oddball yet awesome colorways (flat gray/bright blue; teal/brown), which come with a contrast pop collar and a vintage-y patch, which will heal you with laughter...at your popped collar. There's also a collection of World Cup-inspired polos (also with girl logos) done up in national colorways (Argentina, Brazil, USA, Italy...), each with big numbers on the right sleeve, a team emblem on the chest, a contrast placket, and team names and crests, which were never as cool as team Aquafreshes -- how the hell do they get those stripes in there?!?!
PJH also rocks tees, including one in aqua with a be-strippered sailboat crest, plus military caps in black and camo and a mesh-backed exotic dancer-crested trucker, also the bulbous male form celebrated throughout history by Jeff Foxworthy.