I second the Dorothy Perkins plain t-shirt range. They are just simple, nice-fitting t-shirts. I'm tall with a big bust and the t-shirts fit me really nicely, as they do my relatively shorter/smaller chested friends. I'm pretty sure that's what you're looking for, and you get 10% student discount as well.
'Normal tshirts' for girls Watch
- 26-07-2009 14:15
- 26-07-2009 14:20
Sainsburys do a good cheap range of plain fairtrade tshirts. About £5 each I think? Very comfy and nice colours.
- 26-07-2009 14:26
Isn't Penneys just the Irish Primark (and isn't primark actually irish to begin with? lol)
Edit: yeah the primark website for ireland says Penneys: http://www.primark.co.uk/page.aspx?p...&culture=en-IE
They're alright from Primark, and from £1.50 or £1 for vest tops
But the t-shirts were pretty uncomfortable as they were quite thick and weird at the edges...
so I just bought some from new look which I haven't worn yet but now seems they will be just as uncomfortable! lol
H&M, peacocks are pretty good although peacocks can sometimes have weird materials. Oh and http://www.uniqlo.co.uk/ is good if you are near any There's like ten just around Oxford St :sLast edited by bubbles50; 26-07-2009 at 14:33.
- 26-07-2009 14:32
David and Goliath- http://www.davidandgoliathtees.com/
If your into the whole random slogan/picture stuff, they can look quite good on most people.
- 26-07-2009 14:33
The Zara Basics range is amazing - so thin and soft and perfect for layering.