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The (semi-)official "slutty t-shirts" thread

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by notwithit, Nov 12, 2012.

  1. eglbc

    eglbc Senior member

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    Ive got 4 of the modern cut DSLTD, theyve lasted a year without shrinking and falling apart, so I'd call that a win for 20$. Cost per wear be like .04cents
     
  2. boned

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    Anyone have an opinion on the textured vs. regular? Is it worth the extra?

    Bought a ton of Grana scoops last year but these look much better.
     
  3. boozwah

    boozwah Well-Known Member

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    I have a couple of DSTLD tees and they are pretty great for the price. I actually prefer the normal crew tees as opposed to the modern crew. The normal crew has a nice dropped neckline that is wearable and not too exaggerated. My only complaint really is the length on the shirts is pretty long. The length is nice when layering with some sweatshirts/sweaters/jackets but isn't that great if I just want to wear a tee with jeans or shorts. Textured tees are pretty nice and are still pretty cheap at $28.
     
  4. t3hg0suazn

    t3hg0suazn Senior member

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    How to size? Compared with AA / Grana
     
  5. boozwah

    boozwah Well-Known Member

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    I went TTS. I haven't worn AA in a while, but I always buy L in UNIQLO t-shirts and went with a L. Fit tends to be slim and long. I am 6 foot, 175 for reference.
     
  6. boned

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    Any new contenders in the mix? DSTLD are just about to stock their modern crews which have been sold out for a while but the wait list pics look totally redesigned; more conservative neckline, raw hem, thinner fabric. Drape is totally gone and the shirt looks tighter and more cropped. $5 increase per shirt too. Bummer.
     
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    Lohikaarme Senior member

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    Any easy way to get these in the USA? IMO size up one. Maybe two. They shrink like crazy if you accidentally machine dry them.
     
  9. boned

    boned Senior member

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    Reviving this thread once more. Anyone have any new solid options? Still on the lookout; Grana got rid off all their colors and DSTLD is a mess. Ordered 10 tees from them and the length was crazy long and a bit wide for the size (I'm 6'1 and the M dropped below the crotch of my jeans). They said they had a defect in their latest batch and that I could exchange but I'd rather find something else. Their CS is shite and the shirts were very thin (decent drape though). Grana's had a good thickness and were Supima for like 15ish bucks. These were 25 and immediately felt subpar.
     
  10. notwithit

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    I'm a big fan of the WvG u-necks (although I'm partial to WvG in general). I think someone said they found the sleeves too short and slim, but they work for me. Probably my favorite fabric ever. http://www.wolfvsgoat.com/collections/tees

    Lone Flag also has an in-house line of tees. I wish the neckline was maybe an inch lower, but overall they're not bad. They have a couple of colors (I think all variations on white, black, and grey). http://loneflag.co/products/lone-flag-basic-form-fit-heather-gray

    I randomly found a couple of Asos-brand tees that were ok, but generally speaking their quality is awful and it's kind of random what you're going to end up with when you order from them (two shirts of the same model in different colors could fit totally differently).
     
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  11. Lohikaarme

    Lohikaarme Senior member

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    If only WVG did a black u-neck. Cuz I've been waiting for like two years :p
     
  12. boned

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    Those Lone Flag shirts look nice but $45 a shirt; yeesh, probably would just buy JE at that point.

    I'm exchanging the DSTLD tees for the new batch with the "updated" fit and will follow up if they're any good. Free returns so nothing to lose.
     
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    Doesn't look gay at all. Looks incredibly masculine wow. :foo:
     

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