What's the most you spend on a T-shirt? Watch

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T-shirts are the most versatile form of self expression in fashion - they open up a window into the wearer's personality whether that be a preference of music, style, sport, etc. Even a blank T shirt can say a lot about a person. On top of this, almost everyone wears them! Either for going on a night out, or sweating in at the gym, or just lounging around at home.

While Primark offers a cheap and easy £3 and leading brands easily exceeding £30 these days, the question I ask is what is the most you would spend on a T shirt? How much do you care about the clothing for all occasions?
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I spent £20 on a t-shirt once. It tells people I'm in Gryffindor.
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The T-shirt I paid most for was a Nike T-shirt!Got it for £15.
But I think my cheaper T-shirts are much better!
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I'll spend about £25 sometimes on a Superdry one, but tend to go a bit nuts when the sale is on and they're half price. Anything above that isn't worth it imo.
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(Original post by miser)
I spent £20 on a t-shirt once. It tells people I'm in Gryffindor.
aha totally worth it!
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I spent £20 on a t-shirt once. It tells people I'm in Gryffindor.
Slytherin ftw

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Slytherin ftw

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Pottermore put me in Hufflepuff... Don't tell anyone...
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£30 for merch at concerts. My Watch The Throne tee was £30 but very worth it because I still wear it 18 months later & it's in great condition.
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i bought some nice stripy t shirts at a French supermarché ... they were 5 euros each. in this country my most expensive ones would be the Hobgoblin Gift t shirts which came with a bottle of beer... about £3 for the gift pack.

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£25 on a personalised one from RedBubble

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I don't like to spend much on t-shirts, despite the fact I wear them most often. Instead, I prefer to invest more money into things like jumpers and jackets, when cost to usage is considered, not just the fact jackets are often more expensive than shirts

Think the most expensive one I own is a criminal damage one or some other t-shirt from Topman :P
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£25 on this.

Otherwise, it'll probably be gig merch that costs the most. Bough a Sikth tee the other day for £15 IIRC.
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£100
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£80
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Most I ever paid was 20 quid at a concert. It depends on the shirt, really. There's a fantastic t-shirt shirt I got second-hand from my Grandad, it's grey with a minimalistic Coral Shores Hurricanes logo. Fits perfectly. I'd pay 30 quid for a replacement even though it's just a shirt...
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