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Trendy/modern t-shirts/shirts/sweaters in Medium tall?

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by greatfire, Sep 22, 2007.

  1. stephen

    stephen Well-Known Member

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    Cool, was it this one? http://www.sierratradingpost.com/p/,...l-For-Men.html
    The very same! Hope it works for you (and mine wasn't just a manufacturing defect). But like I said, I tried some of the other Toscano V-Necks, such as this: http://www.sierratradingpost.com/p/1...l-For-Men.html With no such luck. (Although, I did end up placing a sizeable Banana Republic sweater order today (M Tall). They have all their sweaters on sale for 30% off and there are a bunch of 20% off coupons floating around... Decent deals.)
     
  2. dcg

    dcg Well-Known Member

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    The very same! Hope it works for you (and mine wasn't just a manufacturing defect). But like I said, I tried some of the other Toscano V-Necks, such as this:

    http://www.sierratradingpost.com/p/1...l-For-Men.html

    With no such luck.

    (Although, I did end up placing a sizeable Banana Republic sweater order today (M Tall). They have all their sweaters on sale for 30% off and there are a bunch of 20% off coupons floating around... Decent deals.)


    Thanks, I'll take a look.

    Did you happen to order one of these from STP?

    http://www.sierratradingpost.com/p/1...l-For-Men.html

    I was close, but wasn't sure I'd like the fact that the arms/back weren't herringbone. Still thinking about it, so I'm curious about the fit.
     
  3. zegogglestheydonothing

    zegogglestheydonothing Active Member

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    The *only* T-shirts I've found that will come close to fitting me (6'5", 33w, 40 chest) are the Gap "fitted stretch Ts" in Medium Tall.

    http://www.gap.com/browse/product.do...236&pid=278803

    I get compliments when I wear these. As much as I hate it, they're only offered in black / white / gray. Like most here, I'd love to be stylish and creative, but it's hard when nothing else works! Fit precedes style.



    I'm sorry, but you "get compliments" for wearing black, white and grey t-shirts???[​IMG]

    That's not really believable, and kind of sad. (and yes, I realize that this is a really old post)
     
  4. itskub

    itskub Well-Known Member

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    I'm sorry, but you "get compliments" for wearing black, white and grey t-shirts???[​IMG] That's not really believable, and kind of sad. (and yes, I realize that this is a really old post)
    That's what it's all about, going out in the most basic well-fitting clothes and feeling confident and getting attention. edit: this is my 'style philosophy', if you will. (hence why I don't post in WAYWT). A guy shouldn't have to rely on clothing to be stylish - it's about your attitude, personality, poise, physique, etc.
     
  5. stephen

    stephen Well-Known Member

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    this is my 'style philosophy', if you will. (hence why I don't post in WAYWT). A guy shouldn't have to rely on clothing to be stylish - it's about your attitude, personality, poise, physique, etc.
    I agree completely! And really, a good bit of "basic" fashion is about emphasizing your best features while hiding your flaws. A couple hours per week in the gym might be better spent than the same couple hours in the office earning money to buy a nicer shirt. There are trade-offs to consider. [​IMG] I just can't believe that someone bumped an almost year-old thread to offer that type of critical comment... [​IMG]
     
  6. Trendy Sing Sing

    Trendy Sing Sing Well-Known Member

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    Did you really just post on a thread thats been dead for a year? Ugh...
     
  7. Trendy Sing Sing

    Trendy Sing Sing Well-Known Member

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    O, it got deleted. Fuk, I feel like an idiot.
     
  8. Mexicorn

    Mexicorn Well-Known Member

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    If people are still looking for long t-shirts...

    http://www.target.com/Merona-Ultimat...id=1244157912/


    Note the one review. I'm 6'2" and these tuck in nicely. They're actually long enough that they look a little strange untucked. I use them as undershirts, but ymmv.
     
  9. deveandepot1

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    I thought I would bump an old thread instead of starting a new one.
    Is anybody currently offering slim sweaters in a medium tall? How about long sleeve polos?
     
  10. deveandepot1

    deveandepot1 Well-Known Member

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    I still have this problem.
     

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