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T Shirt Dilemma: Smaller Guys

LTJazz

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So I'm a smaller guy, and I became very accustomed to American Apparel tailored t's in small. I recently found out you can only buy direct from them now for unprinted shirts.

Is anyone here aware of any nice alternatives with a similar fit?
 

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There is a search alternative I've heard about.
 

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Sir, the last T-Shirt thread relating to this has not been updated in quite a while (assuming I used the search function properly.) The sarcastic remark is unwarranted.
 

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I believe it's Sir Jet.
 

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There is still lots of helpful info there
 

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Originally Posted by Ossington
'cause, not all of us have trust funds, brooklyn.
$20 for a shirt constitutes trust fund wealth? Fuck, I'm wearing a $300 shirt right now and I'm a student :\\\\\\ man up. $20 is damn cheap.
 

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Originally Posted by Listi
$20 for a shirt constitutes trust fund wealth?

Fuck, I'm wearing a $300 shirt right now and I'm a student :\\\\\\ man up. $20 is damn cheap.


That's nice. Some people will spend $300 on a shirt while others might think he's a complete fool for spending that much.

Relax nigga, it's the internet
 

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If a $20 shirt is too expensive for you where do you get your shoes? Chucks are more expensive... What about jeans? Levi's cost more.. Are these people wearing full on salvation army? I mean, I don't care, cheap can be done REALLY well by people with standard body types (not me, at all), I'm not a clothing elitist.

But $20 should be more or less within anyone's price range really, going to dinner at Appleby's would likely cost more.
 

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Originally Posted by Listi
$20 for a shirt constitutes trust fund wealth?

Fuck, I'm wearing a $300 shirt right now and I'm a student :\\\\\\ man up. $20 is damn cheap.


I wear $600 jil shirts (0).
 

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Originally Posted by jet
I wear $600 jil shirts (0).
I've got some Julius shirt that was p. expensive retail... although I'm in Rick now. Let me find bill...
sq4you'ed $560 retail, damnnnnnn such a steal at 60% off. Comfiest tee ever. Not quite $600 Jil, but whatever, some day. I paid for this at a $17/hr job x( but I'm living no where at the moment so my expenses are negligible.
 

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Do you know who Rick Owens is? ??? Because his idea of a cotton long sleeve tee is probably not anything what you're picturing. You find me the same thing for cheaper, and I'll be ecstatic.
(and it layers very well)
 

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Listi, you ought to just proxy Julius stuff. That tee at 60% off was probably near jpn retail. Plus, there are some good deals to be had right now since a lot of SS stuff is being discounted.
 

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