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On a related note, I've been meaning to replace my t-shirts recently and I was wondering if anyone could suggest any brand with a more aggressive taper for t-shirts. My problem is usually that the chest is too tight but waist/stomach is too loose.

Might need this, too. I've gone from basically a 0" drop (yes, that's right) earlier in the year to a 9" drop. Pretty much all of my tees are really baggy in the body, but about right in the chest, so sizing down isn't a viable option.
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trying to make a return to uniqlo but i lost the return form. filling out a blank one...anyone know where the item number is located on the tag?
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Might need this, too. I've gone from basically a 0" drop (yes, that's right) earlier in the year to a 9" drop. Pretty much all of my tees are really baggy in the body, but about right in the chest, so sizing down isn't a viable option.


oh u looking for the mystical perfect t? keep on looking man it doesn't exist

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Ink clothing seems to have blown up
I remember stopping by in 2011 or 2012, just a tiny room with a couple brands, now they have a huuuuge selection of everything. Guess it was perfect timing for disposable income in China
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Might need this, too. I've gone from basically a 0" drop (yes, that's right) earlier in the year to a 9" drop. Pretty much all of my tees are really baggy in the body, but about right in the chest, so sizing down isn't a viable option.

you don't need a tee to hug your midsection.
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oh u looking for the mystical perfect t? keep on looking man it doesn't exist

FALSE, Real McCoy's tees are the truth.

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Real McCoys ball shirts, the standard shirts are quite boxy.
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Really liking my tee from Jet's new company. Tapers in all the right places.
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Just saw a dude in Dior Homme waxed jeans, pretty sure they're the ones from Luster. Still look cool
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Is it just me, when I see the new Hermès campaign I imagine the tagline sung to the tune of Lionel Richie's "All Night Long (Fiesta Forever)"?

 

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Because the graphic resembles the music video's art direction? Yeah, I can see that. nod[1].gif
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I like apartments that don't have TVs

I love my home projection system.

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I project styleforum members' waywts on my wall so I don't feel so alone
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You can buy straight from kapital if you use Zenmarket/ a proxy!

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Originally Posted by Austo View Post

None that I've been able to find, your best bet is to proxy

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Originally Posted by dieworkwear View Post

Jonathan at Bandana Almanac works for Kapital and is happy to proxy stuff. I've bought stuff from him. The proxy fee is really minimal and he can help with sizing advice.

http://bandanna-almanac.com/

Thanks folks.
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I wonder if there is truly a perfect striped t-shirt. You think you found one, then you come across another that has more or less stripes and that suddenly becomes better.

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