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For a second I thought that was notwithit and that he had started getting into heavy weights or something biggrin.gif

If only...scrawny4life. confused.gif

I picked up an ASOS 3/4 sleeve scoop-neck, sized up one to large. I'm glad I sized up; I'm pretty sure a medium would be too small in the shoulders, and an open-necked shirt with narrow shoulders makes it look like you stole your GFs shirt, IMO. It's a little shorter and a hair boxier than it ideally would be. I'm gonna give it a cold wash and try to stretch the body lengthwise a little before I wear it.

Also, it's cold enough here that I'm still wearing v-neck + henley + flannel + cardigan or jacket every day. frown.gif
post #122 of 132
Anyone know a tee that is more in the relaxed and lengthy side? Trying to establish that tapering effect from shirt to skinny jeans.
post #123 of 132
considering buying this tee. I know it's not traditionally slutty but the rolled sleeves exude a slutty look for me.

post #124 of 132

You gotta show at least a little collarbone for a tee to be slutty.

post #125 of 132
Can anyone provide measurements for the AA Sheer Jersey Loose Crew? The Fine Jersey shirts I've tried were ridiculous (small was skintight; medium was like a tent) and I don't want to be stuck with a bunch of shirts I can't wear.
post #126 of 132
AA provides measurements for most items. Don't know how accurate they are though. Sometimes there's even variations within the same size.
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post #128 of 132

This is my favorite fitting u-neck so far...

 

http://www.zara.com/us/en/man/t-shirts/luxury-cotton-t-shirt-c493001p2021535.html

 

Just wish they made them in better colors and fabrics... and I wish the sleeves were a tad longer

post #129 of 132
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Hey guys,

I'm in a pickle. I got a delivery of Grana's scoop neck in size M (Thanks for the proxy @notwithit), I suspected they will be too large, and they were. I tried to shrink them by washing all in warm-hot water, amazingly enough, they all stretched and are now very big to the point they look ridiculous. Can't return them as I chatted to Grana and they said they can't do anything if it wasn't washed according to label. I recently also picked up a few BLK DNM t shirt 3 in S, which were a perfect fit, but as mentioned here, they all shrunk and are now quite tight.

I really am looking for a nice set of 4-5 scoop neck t shirts, at a decent price. I don't want to spend another $200 on 4 BLK DNM 3's or $90 on a single Acne limit :/

I saw you guys posted the ASOS scoop necks here. How's the quality? Obviously I don't expect anything spectacular, but they look nice and very cheap, would they stand to wear? I usually tend to hand wash t shirts because they are so prone to being misshaped and twisted in the washing machine, and then just hang dry.

If there are any more recommendations of scoop neck t shirts brands I'd love to hear it. As said here before, finding the perfect t shirt is the most annoying thing...

Thanks.
post #130 of 132

Not designer, but these are my favourite basic tees: http://www.amazon.de/Continental-Mens-Bamboo-T-Shirt-Black/dp/B00BYH79WU/ref=sr_1_6?s=apparel&ie=UTF8&qid=1439249797&sr=1-6&keywords=continental+clothing

 

They have a nice length, they're made of bamboo viscose and cotton so they're soft and drape well, they have a nice loose neck, and the price is right. The company mostly does wholesale for companies making graphic tees, but the shirts are quite nice on their own.

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Hey guys,

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I saw you guys posted the ASOS scoop necks here. How's the quality? Obviously I don't expect anything spectacular, but they look nice and very cheap, would they stand to wear? I usually tend to hand wash t shirts because they are so prone to being misshaped and twisted in the washing machine, and then just hang dry.

If there are any more recommendations of scoop neck t shirts brands I'd love to hear it. As said here before, finding the perfect t shirt is the most annoying thing...

 I bought a bunch of ASOS scoop neck tees a while back and they suck. THe sizing was way off (super tight) and also too slutty, and that´s saying something for someone like me. One I kept, plain white one is alright I guess. They were super cheap but even at that price not worth it.

I checked the site just now and they look decent enough on the models, but so did the ones I bought more than a year ago. Very deceiving. 

post #132 of 132
Yeah that's why I am always very cautious about their stuff, and usually don't fall to the temptation of buying them. I guess the search continues.
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