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Low Cost Alternatives to M.Nii

tighty88

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I am a big fan of a 1960s West Coast/Surfer look and M.Nii's range of t-shirts fit my specifications very well. Pairing one with khaki-colored or stone-colored twill jeans & Vans Originals is such a divine image in my head. Problem is, the shirts are a bit out of my price range (not really keen on paying $55-$75 for one tee) and there's not a lot of brands that are conducive to the look I want to go for, at least not from where I can see. Does anyone out there know of a sufficient alternative that wont create a budget cavity?
 

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Brands that incorporate the original 60s details are all gonna be in that range. But check out Mollusk, Banks, Yellow Rat for other options. Some are less expensive. You can also just try some cheap simulations from somewhere like Old Navy.
 

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