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HugoNguyen414

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Hello I've been reading this forum for a while now and over the past year I've upgraded my clothing style to a more mature phase, I've outgrown my "abercrombie phase". Well I need advice on what is a tasteful t-shirt. I want t-shirts where people won't look at me and think I'm a kid. I'm not a fan of ed hardy t-shirts and I've seen some burberry t-shirts at bloomingdales but they seem "too youthful"
 

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Originally Posted by HugoNguyen414
Hello I've been reading this forum for a while now and over the past year I've upgraded my clothing style to a more mature phase, I've outgrown my "abercrombie phase". Well I need advice on what is a tasteful t-shirt. I want t-shirts where people won't look at me and think I'm a kid. I'm not a fan of ed hardy t-shirts and I've seen some burberry t-shirts at bloomingdales but they seem "too youthful"

I prefer the Banana Republic "Fitted Vee". Not too big of a V like some shirts, and classic styling. Plus, they fit me perfect(most important) and seem to last a long time. They also have a nice texture which I like. Watch out because Banana Republic carries another V t-shirt and it sucks. The tag must read "Fitted Vee" inside. They are not sold at BR outlets either.

Hope this helps you out; I can't believe there are 77 views and 0 replies...
 

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Just buy some plain t-shirt from American Apparel or something
 

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yah, seriously just buy some american apparel shirts. stay away from banana republic
Originally Posted by Catalyst
Hope this helps you out; I can't believe there are 77 views and 0 replies...
cuz theres a thread for basic questions, numbnuts
 

GraphicNovelty

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Buy plain V-neck t-shirts in a bunch of colors. Find one that fits your body type--you want slim, but not tight.

Search the forum for the t-shirt thread and read through that.
 

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Originally Posted by HugoNguyen414
Hello I've been reading this forum for a while now and over the past year I've upgraded my clothing style to a more mature phase, I've outgrown my "abercrombie phase". Well I need advice on what is a tasteful t-shirt. I want t-shirts where people won't look at me and think I'm a kid. I'm not a fan of ed hardy t-shirts and I've seen some burberry t-shirts at bloomingdales but they seem "too youthful"

you can do really nice japanese loopwheeled ts, like those by studio d' artisian, real mccoy, etc.
http://blueingreensoho.com/site/inde...mart&Itemid=28

OR, rogues gallery has some really great t's that are well designed, unique, and priced well:

http://www.roguesgallery.com/shop/4-tees
http://www.roguesgallery.com/shop/2-vintage

OR, velva sheen makes some great stuff too:

http://www.contextclothing.com/brand...nd=Velva+Sheen
 

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Originally Posted by Foxtrot56
Wow only $100 for a two pack, what a deal.
there really great shirts though. they keep there shape over time which is really nice in a t. but yeah, if your after a br/gap value these might not be your thing. hey, HugoNguyen414 you might also want to check out the w v. g t's as well.
 

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