What's your favorite thin & slim v-neck tee?

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  1. william

    william Senior member

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    I've got american apparel, alternative apparel, gap and j. crew v-neck tees.

    So far the j. crew broken in tee is my favorite. I plan on trying their Jaspe Tee soon.

    Any others I should look at?
     


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    BubblyMasquerade Senior member

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    I all seriousness, the ones I keep coming back to are tees I bought at Old Navy for $7.50. They have a slim fit, they're thick and soft, and they keep their shape.

    I also have some Gap v-necks and they are teh suck.
     


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    alt.a eco-heather v-necks all day long.
     


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    I love v-neck tees. My favorite basic wardrobe staple. I am a big fan of Armani Exchange pima cotton v-necks. Probably the only thing in that store you can buy that doesn't have AX plastered all over it.
     


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    I'm a big fan of J Crew shirts. I have the Jaspe in two colors, grey and charcoal and I'm a big fan of them, particularly the charcoal one. Pricy though.

    I do have one v-neck from Old Navy and I love it. I think it's a large and it's long enough for me, which is remarkable because I'm 6'5". I'm gonna buy some more of them next time I need some basic tees.
     




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    Kill_switch Senior member

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    I bought the AA Eco Henley off a user here and I love how the sleeves fit, can anyone attest to the sleeves of the V-Neck fitting the same?
     


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    Joffrey Senior member

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    American Apparel.
     


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    alt.a eco-heather v-necks all day long.
    Have to agree, nothing comes close.
     


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    American Apparel.

    Use to swear by them. Now I rock pretty much nothing but Hanes comfort fits. Plain white of course, but 10 bucks for a 5 pack and they fit VERY well, like they are my favorite piece of clothing lately lol
     


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    Muji.

    like how they fit too after getting a pack
     


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    william Senior member

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    thanks for the replies
     


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