This designer has got Justin Bieber’s look down to the tee.

And now celebrity stylist Karla Welch is selling a collection of the reworked white Hanes shirts that she created for JB to wear on stage for just $30 a pop.

The xKarla collection goes live online Thursday at 9 a.m. with a limited-edition line of seven t-shirts modeled after the tops she’s made for the Biebs to wear while performing.

“He was so fearless,” Welch told Vogue. “[He said], ‘I want T-shirts that are long,’ and they literally didn’t exist in the marketplace. It was a bit of a nightmare.”

So she bought a bunch of classic triple XL white men’s Hanes shirts, cut them up and sewed them back together for the perfect relaxed fit that’s become the “Sorry” singer’s stage uniform.

“Karla and I have always pushed boundaries together and this collaboration is a continuation of that,” Bieber told Vogue.

And now Beliebers devastated since Bieber canceled the rest of his worldwide “Purpose” tour can still grab a piece of the singer.

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Sign up on xKarla.com to be notified when the store goes live on Thursday morning. Or you can order shirts through the Postmates app, or West Coast fans can visit the pop-up store when it opens in Los Angeles on Sunday.

The looks include crew necks, sleeveless shirts and crop tops, which will ship out on Aug. 10 and arrive in one or two weeks.

Bieber could have another hit on his hands. Kanye West’s plain white A.P. C. t-shirt (with his name subtly silkscreened inside the neckline) sold out instantly in 2014 – and that one cost $120.

At just a third of the price, the JB xKarla tees are a steal – and you’d better Belieb the run on these shirts is gonna be even shorter than the “Purpose” tour.