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Good brands of graphic tshirts

ampire

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Going to nordstrom, macys etc b/c I need some more variety in my tshirts, mainly for going to bars and clubs.

With regard to fitting: Im 5'9, 170, 31" waist I lift weights so I have a muscular build.

What are some good brands to buy that are reasonably priced? Brands to avoid? (ex: ed hardy, von dutch I know you guys hate)
 

rapdancin

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for graphic shirts that arent outrageously tacky, i think its best to just look at individual designers. most print on american apparel shirts, so whatever size you are in that would work.

edit: also, id say dont start at threadless or designbyhumans or whatever site has 'hip' tees like that. usually the designs are much more bombastic than is needed
 

ampire

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ok dont want anything too obscure since id like to be able to try them on for fit but thanks for ideas.
 

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Trick question!
 

ampire

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went to nordstrom rack, bought 4 shirts at about $15 each, 3 from some brand called ezekiel, i liked the design and the fit was good. also got some shirt from rvca that looked cool.
 

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I have an Ezekiel shirt I got from Marshalls a while ago. Honestly I dont wear it anymore since I really think the thing is ugly.
I've moved from graphic shirts to plain color shirts.
 

fudgebutt

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tank theory and youngandjelenik.com are two of my favorites. I friggin hate affliction/ed hardy, most street wear is crap too. i used to have respect for orisue and greenappletree, but those asshole have done nothing but dissapoint me lately.

i've gone from loud streetwear to AA v-necks and never looked back. when you're muscular, you don't need your clothing to be too loud.
 

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