They say modesty will get you everywhere -- or wait, is that flattery? In that case, they have really, really beautiful eyes. For style from a couple of dudes who're just being modest: Bow + Arrow
Billing themselves as a "mediocre clothing company that loves to skate and party," (...but actually they're cool -- see the write-up below!), B+A's the inaugural cache of tees from the brothers behind Newbury St skateshop Blvd, most of which rock a baseball-meets-Navajo-warrior aesthetic, which Jacoby Ellsbury is now moccasin-kicking himself for not trademarking. Old-timey inspiration manifests in the pinstriped two-button Home Run Henley, the red Winning Team jersey, and the 3/4-sleeve Bomber raglan sporting a cartoon Native American kid using a bow to shoot a bomb instead of an arrow... Broken arrow... atomic bomb... Christian Slater!! Other choice stylings include a black short-sleever that dons a red spray-painted "Fade (over the word "Made") in the USA", a diagrammed anatomy of a bow & arrow in Rocket Science, and a headress'd biker in Live to Ride, though anyone who's seen Tim Allen's phoned-in Wild Hogs performance knows consciousness is not actually a requirement
Because your tuxedo tee needs at least one day off, B+A also peddles more irreverent designs like a crew neck with a face-planted chick above "Party On!!", and the black tomahawk-adorned Scalper, aka a dude with whom flattery will regrettably get you nowhere...despite his excellent sales technique and superbly discounted tickets! No?