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post #106 of 126
wow, it's scary that an L looks so short. thanks for your info smile.gif
post #107 of 126

does anyone has experience with BLK DNM tees? just saw this one and I'm wondering if I should get it in M or L.

the model is wearing M but seems pretty slim. I have wide shoulders but I dont want the sleeves to be too long (model is 186 cm, I'm 1,79). are those tees more cut out for slim bodies?

 

post #108 of 126
Thread Starter 
I'd say go with whatever your "normal" t-shirt size is. It'll start out feeling a little oversized, but it'll shrink even if you wash cold and hang dry.

Also, I wouldn't buy them at anywhere close to retail price.
post #109 of 126

thanks, I think I'll go with M then. found them reduced from 75 to 30 euros :thumbs-up:

post #110 of 126
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Originally Posted by notwithit View Post

I'd say go with whatever your "normal" t-shirt size is. It'll start out feeling a little oversized, but it'll shrink even if you wash cold and hang dry.

Also, I wouldn't buy them at anywhere close to retail price.
Shit, I hope they don't shrink much.
I ended up getting them for 42 each.


I swear though, finding a good t-shirt is the most difficult thing...
post #111 of 126

 

The Eleven Paris T shirts have a cool half-V neck half-slouchy neck that looks comfortable, but without having huge arms, which is cool for making skinny guys look tough. I think this brand has something here with this cut of T. Photo from Spartoo: http://www.spartoo.co.uk/Eleven-Paris-CHE-M-x201896.php

post #112 of 126
Thread Starter 
PSA: I think Acne changed the sizing on their limit tees. Definitely don't size down on them, or it'll just look like you're wearing a women's t-shirt.

Not that there's anything wrong with that.
post #113 of 126
I've had good luck with stretching t-shirts while wet to my preferred sizing... so after a wash, i always hang dry and before hanging it to dry, i've found I can really shape it by stretching. Example pulling lengthwise will slim up the body by 1-2 inches in width and add a solid 3-5 inches of the length for stacking/tucking, or I'll pull horizontal to stretch out the neck for extra sluttiness and the shoulders and chest for looser anti-fit which will shorten the shirt so I can wear it untucked and hit just below pants waist, etc...
post #114 of 126

Just got an AA Viscose Sexuali-tee, size +1 fits like a medium. It's a bit sheer, the neckline is slutty enough, and it's cheap. Good stuff.

 

post #115 of 126
Wait, they actually make a T shirt called "sexuali". Aaaaand that's a wrap folks.
post #116 of 126
For a second I thought that was notwithit and that he had started getting into heavy weights or something biggrin.gif
post #117 of 126

same

the sexuali is pretty nice - all viscose I think. only problem is it only comes in +1/+2, so small dudes have no luck :(

post #118 of 126

@mofaux: can you tell me where you got those pants?

post #119 of 126
who makes affordable ($30 max) t-shirts with good subtle graphics or patterns?
post #120 of 126
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@mofaux: can you tell me where you got those pants?

they are julius destroyed jeans

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