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post #91 of 149
slutty tees

ended up going with the L (my usual size) and def glad I didn't go by their sizing suggestion and get the XL.

def blousey and soft. nice, but not sure if $74 nice. gonna hit h&m tomorrow and see if I can't save myself $60 a shirt
post #92 of 149
I tried the H&M one on in a store. The white ones are thin to the point of transparency, and the inside-out rolled seam detail on the neck is a little weird, but for $12 not bad
post #93 of 149
Oops double post
post #94 of 149
I got the asos scoop neck in smoked pearl. More promiscuous than the stock photo suggests. Will post a picture soon. My only wish was that it was longer (its long but not RO long)
post #95 of 149
One second
post #96 of 149
I had some I bought a few years ago. They ended up shrinking and becoming unwearable after a wash or two.
post #97 of 149
unwearable because of shrinkage? did u machine wash and tumble dry? I usually just hand wash and hang dry
post #98 of 149
I machine washed cold and tumbled dry. They didn't fit me that great to begin with, and for what they cost, I wasn't trying to do anything special.

I usually wear the AA loose crew summer t, which depending on the color, come out fine after machine washing and drying. They don't last more than several cycles though, and end up getting holes near the seams. Not worth their retail price IMO.

I just ordered a few of these, and I'm hoping will work out better.
post #99 of 149
You can try the John Elliott U neck tee too. It's in the same price range. I haven't tried it but it has positive reviews in the thread on here.
post #100 of 149

not sure if this came up already but i get all my tshirts from muji

comes in a 2 pack for 13 dollars and i get an XL despite my true M sizing :p

and its all good

post #101 of 149
post #102 of 149

Looks good. Just don't ever wash it and you're set.

post #103 of 149
lol ill just hand wash and hang dry. if it shrinks ill just get a size up and try again before I call it quits biggrin.gif
post #104 of 149
Is asos' size guide accurate? Going by them, I am an xxs. I'm 55 kg and usually wear s, I'm afraid xxs would be too tight although the chest measurement fits me.
post #105 of 149
Idk what to tell you but i am wearing a L in that pic at 5 10 and 175lbs (maybe more now haha)
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