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looking for t-shits similar to 'araina' label (i think asian label?)

deepfried

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hi, my first post on the forum. i hope this is the right place


im looking for places on the internet to buy shirts similar to these. i think the label for these shirts is 'araina' but i dont care about the label, im just looking for websites where i can buy shirts with a similar type of style. any help appreciated!




 

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Can you tell me a good cheap place to buy these from (I'm guessing from China or Singapore?)
 

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they look like UO tees
 

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The title made me lol. The subsequent posts following the title made me lol harder. That is all.
 

matbangkok

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Hi everybody! I'm new in the forum.
We are wholesalers of a lot of brands made in Thailand.
We have also ARAINA brand.
you can find wholesale prices on our website www.matbangkokexport.com
 

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you don't want any of that crap
 

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