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    I often go out on night outs and see some lads who are wearing some quite nice but not over the top fashionable long sleeved shirts. Where do you buy these from? I've been to House of Fraser, Hugo Boss (too conservative for a night out IMO) Ted Baker & Paul Smith (too flamboyant).

    Thanks in advance for your help.



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    (Original post by socialnoob)
    I often go out on night outs and see some lads who are wearing some quite nice but not over the top fashionable long sleeved shirts. Where do you buy these from? I've been to House of Fraser, Hugo Boss (too conservative for a night out IMO) Ted Baker & Paul Smith (too flamboyant).

    Thanks in advance for your help.



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    Heya, try www.asos.com, they are very good for their fashionable shirts, not too formal
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    (Original post by hattiemcbinky)
    Heya, try www.asos.com, they are very good for their fashionable shirts, not too formal
    Thanks a lot I will check them out now.


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    Next have good shirts, perfect for going out.
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    I wear one of these bad boys. See the below picture for me in one at a Robbie Williams concert.
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    (Original post by Belloq)
    Next have good shirts, perfect for going out.
    Thanks mate will check them out, do they last?


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    For fashionable shirts on a budget (like me), you can go to H&M (around £10-20) or River Island/Topman (£20-35) and there's a whole range of different styles so you can be as plain or as adventurous as you like :P
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    (Original post by chapmouse)
    I wear one of these bad boys. See the below picture for me in one at a Robbie Williams concert.
    That is absolute quality.
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    (Original post by socialnoob)
    Thanks mate will check them out, do they last?


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    Yeah they do, got my favourite shirt from there, I've had for a couple of years and I'll hopefully have it for a couple more.
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    *face palm*
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    Zara is your place to go. Fashionable but not over the top and they are more fitted than your average high street shirt so can look good in a clubbing environment. Prices range around £30.
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    (Original post by chapmouse)
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    A mate has one of them, initially I was like wtf but they're great for casual nights out. The fact they're actually called ****e Shirts and it says it clearly on the front is amazing.
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    Camden market. That way you won't have to pay £80 for the same shirt that 5 other people in the club are already wearing. Thrift shopping is the way forward.


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    (Original post by chapmouse)
    I wear one of these bad boys. See the below picture for me in one at a Robbie Williams concert.
    The fact you don't have a clue what the shirt looks like before it arrives is a bit of a turn off for me though... I bet you're glad you got that shirt instead of this monstrosity, for instance
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    (Original post by chapmouse)
    I wear one of these bad boys. See the below picture for me in one at a Robbie Williams concert.
    Aw sick man - you discovered ironic clothing.

    I'm undecided as to whether wearing a '****e shirt' is more embarrassing than wearing a morphsuit. Both make you look like an attention-seeking ****.
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    (Original post by MrSupernova)
    The fact you don't have a clue what the shirt looks like before it arrives is a bit of a turn off for me though... I bet you're glad you got that shirt instead of this monstrosity, for instance
    Ahh the whole lottery thing was what sold it for me. I wore it one day at Reading Festival last year, and I saw a fair few other people in them. I even met someone that had a matching panel with me. That was an intimate moment.
    To tell you the truth, I'm sort of gutted with how boring my shirt is. While there is a lottery aspect to the shirt, they seem to usually follow a theme. Mine is covered in various floral patterns. A friend of mine has a panel covered in watermelon. I want that panel.
    They're pricey but so much fun.

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    A mate has one of them, initially I was like wtf but they're great for casual nights out. The fact they're actually called ****e Shirts and it says it clearly on the front is amazing.
    They are quite something.

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    Aw sick man - you discovered ironic clothing.

    I'm undecided as to whether wearing a '****e shirt' is more embarrassing than wearing a morphsuit. Both make you look like an attention-seeking ****.
    Jesus Christ, I think you need some of this...
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    (Original post by socialnoob)
    I often go out on night outs and see some lads who are wearing some quite nice but not over the top fashionable long sleeved shirts. Where do you buy these from? I've been to House of Fraser, Hugo Boss (too conservative for a night out IMO) Ted Baker & Paul Smith (too flamboyant).

    Thanks in advance for your help.



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    You can get quite nice shirts at boutique shops, and even M&S do (or used to) some nice shirts for nights out. Crew sometimes do nice shirts, Ralph Lauren concessions in department stores too. Those are the only ones I can think of atm, as you're right - most shirts around are awful!!! I would also recommend avoiding checked shirts, as only a very few guys can pull those off...
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    (Original post by flit)
    You can get quite nice shirts at boutique shops, and even M&S do (or used to) some nice shirts for nights out. Crew sometimes do nice shirts, Ralph Lauren concessions in department stores too. Those are the only ones I can think of atm, as you're right - most shirts around are awful!!! I would also recommend avoiding checked shirts, as only a very few guys can pull those off...
    Thanks for that do you know of any good boutique shops? Ill have a look at the others you have you have mentioned and I don't like checked shirts either!


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    (Original post by überambitious_ox)
    I'm a girl, but have a brother, so can give you some help.

    Abercrombie and Fitch and Hollister. Really good quality.

    For a guide of price range: Abercrombie shirts are around 70 - 80 pounds. Hollister shirts are cheaper.
    Hollister is really good quality? :lol: well this is awkward...

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