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I could wear the Converse One Star brand from target if we are just trying to save money. Those have decent burnout washes and feel nice enough for me. Still like my corpus over all though.
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Originally Posted by Stazy View Post

Who cares wether you can tell them apart when they're all brand new? The point is once you start wearing them, the W&Hs will last and the stuff from H&M, AA, and Hanes won't. I don't have any experience with BR or J Crew so I can't comment on their durability.

FWIW my experience has been the opposite. But who cares? Buy what looks good and makes your cock hang to the knee. Call it a day.
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sorry i forgot teger hates fashion
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The J Crew slim small tees fit me spot on though, I must admit. And getting them for around $10 on sale is a fine deal, I'd say
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Originally Posted by Uncontrol View Post

sorry i forgot teger hates joy

ftfy
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Originally Posted by reedobandito View Post

The J Crew slim small tees fit me spot on though, I must admit. And getting them for around $10 on sale is a fine deal, I'd say

JCrew slim fit tees are some of the best fitting tees I own. I've had a couple fall apart in the stitching, and the sizing can be all over the place if you order them online. If you can try them on in store they can be a good buy. They are a good fit and they look and feel good. I have more expensive tees that fit well, too - FilMelange, Flat Head, Sunny Sports, Our Legacy, W+H (I live in LA, I like t-shirts). My J.Crew aren't exactly my favorite that I own, but the fit is excellent, and for ubiquitous mall brand tees, they are the best. I like them better than American or Alternative Apparel.

Modern design aesthetic. Handmade in Los Angeles. www.JohnElliott.co | Instagram

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Modern design aesthetic. Handmade in Los Angeles. www.JohnElliott.co | Instagram

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uniqlo xlarge pima cotton vnecks till I die
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whoa did they upgrade from supima?
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Originally Posted by Teger View Post

if we took the tags off, could you pick out W+H tees from J Crew, Hanes or Banana Republic?

Actually, yes. Wings+Horns, especially back in the early years, used some very innovative fabrics, which were meant to be super rugged. I have an old Wings+Horns pique tee which is very distinctive, and probably the heaviest tee I've every come across. Same goes with their thermals until about SS2010 The tees and thermals from the past 5 seasons or so, not so much.
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also zippers used to be riri
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Originally Posted by shahanshah View Post

also zippers used to be riri

They went back to riri FW11.
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I'd love a super heavy t-shirt, that'd be awesome
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lands end canvas

$9 shipped. Size M a bit boxy but I am taking account of shrinkage overtime. Really want to return for S. but w/e. Was meant to be worn as an undershirt but it will take a couple of washes to shrink. =\

OT: for those who wear undershirts do you guys like it skin tight? i am talking about strictly for MC attire.
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OT: for those who wear undershirts do you guys like it skin tight? i am talking about strictly for MC attire.

I like my undershirt to be pretty tight. If it's on the loser side, I fide that it will move around under my dress shirt throughout the day, especially in the sleeve and waist areas. I buy my normal size but wash in hot water and dry on high, which shrinks them just enough.
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Originally Posted by reedobandito View Post

I'd love a super heavy t-shirt, that'd be awesome

This is, in fact, the best fucking super heavy t-shirt in the universe. I would buy 20 if it came in different colors. Go TTS instead of one up like some ppl do with AA. Wash and dry the crap out of it to get shrinkage out of the way, and you have the perfect super thick tee. It also breathes fairly well too.

http://store.americanapparel.net/hj401.html
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