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where can one buy v-neck tshirts in the UK?

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by litho, Jan 6, 2009.

  1. litho

    litho Senior Member

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    Hi, it's so cold i'll resort to a vneck under my shirts! (i know, terrible).

    I have looked in all the major high-street shops, M&S, debinans, house of frasier etc and simply can't find a plain white vneck anywhere!

    Does anyone know where I can buy some v-neck tshirts? I'll go to knightsbridge tomorrow..

    Many thanks
     


  2. ManofKent

    ManofKent Distinguished Member

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  3. William Lister

    William Lister New Member

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    There are many sites in the UK where you can buy your desire T-shirts but i also would like to advise this website to buy T-shirts.
     


  4. GBR

    GBR Distinguished Member

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    Which shop is "debinans" [sic] ?

    Go and find a supplier of 'Uneek' tees. They are very good and don't particularly shrink. I have been using them for a number years as casuals with jeans or cut offs. If you really must wear vests (foul things) avoid those of Mr Lister - substantially made of recycled lemonade bottles and will simply make you sweat. How fortuitous he joined last Monday. Stick with real cotton.

    It is hardly cold (18 deg. yesterday), what do you do when it is cold in January, wear a sweater under your shirt!?.
     
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  5. BigBadBernard

    BigBadBernard Senior Member

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    Uniqlo is the best bet for cheap basics of this type
     


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