Whenever I buy a t-shirt, the sleeves always seem to be really short, they don't even get half way between my shoulder and elbow, so they look kinda daft, and if I buy bigger t-shirts, they would be too long and baggy for my body. Maybe it's because I have long arms and a short body, I don't know!
Anyway, where would you recommend buying t-shirts from? I've tried places like Primark but they aren't (imo) nice.
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- Thread Starter
- 13-12-2010 03:24
- 13-12-2010 03:40
Well I think it depends how tall are you, and what size are you.
I'm a female though I don't fancy dressing neither too girly neither too tomboish like. So finding tshirt that are my size and not girly was a bit of a problem for a while. I'm 163cm tall, round size 10-12, so what I do is buy... t-shirts from BOYS section, for either 11-12yrs or 13yrs (it depends on brand - some brands make t-shirt a bit shorter or tighter and I have to go for size "13yrs"). The shop I buy from is Sports Direct. Unless you want to wear Nike and Adidas, you can get other 'brand', cool tshirt for as cheap as 3 or 4 quid (if it's a sale - and it's always sale in Sports Direct).
"Cool" tshirts for boys go really nice with suit jackets + blue jeans + trainers.
- 14-12-2010 05:43
I buy them online from iwanpants. They have a great collection and discounts are pretty interesting there.
- 14-12-2010 18:05
I tend to either get plain t-shirt from tescos/M&S if I'm only going to wear them under stuff, or I have about three hundred t-shirts from various sports teams I support/play for, or band t-shirts.
I can't think of any patterned or slogan t-shirts I own. Wearing your typical topman rubbish, emblazoned with nonsensical word combinations just looks retarded. Wearing "humorous" slogans just reminds me of some geekiest of maths geeks from the PhD department.
- 14-12-2010 18:23
I get most of my favourite T-shirts from gigs...