BetaBrand

Fit in during the day, stand out at night.

Perfect for bike commuters, these polycotton shirts from Betabrand convert from average plaid during the day to reflective stripes at night. The secret? They’ve got retroreflective yarns woven right into the fabric. That means there’s nothing to install or turn onjust remember to get dressed in the morning. They come in short-sleeve and long-sleeve versions and are machine-washable.

Reflective Plaid Button-Up Short-Sleeve $108, Long-Sleeve $118 at BetaBrand

All images courtesy of BetaBrand.

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