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    Thank you for assisting Danielle with her Textiles coursework! :aetsch:
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    It depends on what it looks like. Duh.
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    if it looked nice, anything, but not more than £80 I guess
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    Depends prolly only £10-£25 because I dont have a lot of money! :p:
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    depends on the material, the design, the fit. the question is too vague...
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    I think I've paid about £30 before,but then again it depends on how much I like it!
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    Okay, well assuming you really liked the top...what's the maximum that you would pay?
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    Well, if I really like it £50...
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    Whatever I thought it was worth, be it £5 or £90
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    nothing more than £50
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    16-20. Not a penny more or less. But it does really depend on the quality of the fabric, i've seen some old design italian tees that cost around £80.
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    if its designer yes...i have some armani ones that've cost me about 70 Euros..but the're real nice
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    (Original post by Refused)
    16-20. Not a penny more or less. But it does really depend on the quality of the fabric, i've seen some old design italian tees that cost around £80.
    But you wouldn't buy one?
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    (Original post by *daniEllE*)
    But you wouldn't buy one?
    no, but if it was really good, 50 quid would be the max i'd pay for a t-shirt.
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    i wouldnt spend more than 40
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    Where the hell are you lot getting your t-shirts from?!

    £15 at most, and even then i get them from gigs so they are expencive.
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    As with most things in life, it's relative.

    But... at the moment I don't think I'd pay upwards of £20.
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    No more than £20 for a t- shirt!

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    (Original post by *daniEllE*)
    But you wouldn't buy one?
    http://www.rapha.cc/products/shirt/index.php These were the ones I was talking about, they actually cost £130!
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    i cannot see the sense in paying more than £20 for a t-shirt- mainly because t-shirts are very bland to me, no matter what kind of texture it is or designs it has
 
 
 
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