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This seasons t shirts from McQueen and Dior

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by jmswentworth, Mar 28, 2005.

  1. alx win

    alx win Well-Known Member

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    Most people here seem to detest graphic Ts, so if thats your thing, this might not be the place to ask. I think the general concensus around here is to just buy cheap blank t-shirts and save your money for nicer jeans or button down shirts. If cost is truly not an obstacle, check out N. Hoolywood or Wings + Horns. Even for casual-wear many people from here opt for button down shirts in more of a classic americana style.

    If you're into more european Diorish labels, superfuture might be a place to check out. Dior was mega popular over there a year or two back, but there is still a little bit of a remnant following. Most people have moved onto labels that are a little more obscure but offer basically the same garments.

    http://www.superfuture.com/



    Agree, I cant stand graphic tee's but thats only my opinion, if you like em that GO FOR IT. I just get the most plain T's I can find hah solid white, black, or grey. The only thing that matters is the fit, and the material. I found emporio armani T's to be true to size. They also stand the test of time ...and washing machines
     

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