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17-01-2006
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like everyone else said AA has great fitting stuff but my favorite by far (altho im sure people will disagree) is abercrombie. it just fits me perfectly, plus the discount i get working there is nice too:p

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28-01-2006
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Basic long / short sleeve T-shirts
I want some simple basic long and short sleeve T shirts in black and shite, maybe baige, brown, navry or gray.
Where should I go? I want to load up my closet with them so.
thanks.

uh oh. wrong section.
HOw do I delete? could someone move it to the right section.
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28-01-2006
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Male or female? Location?

If you're in the US, I'd suggest any of the Gap companies for a reasonably priced good basic. American Apparel & Splendid also get rave reviews although I've don't have any personal experience with those brands.

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28-01-2006
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for male.
Thanks I will check them out.

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05-02-2006
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I looove American Apparel, Urban Outfitters and Gap. Definitely avoid Old Navy.

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05-02-2006
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I would try James Perse, Splendid, American Apparel and C&C has some good long-sleeved and short sleeve shirts, too.

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05-02-2006
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Yohji Yamamoto - best quality i've ever seen in a plain t-shirt. Also priced accordingly, running about $180-230.

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05-02-2006
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Banana Republic. great shirts for about $20-30 each.

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05-02-2006
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check any of the stores mentioned above and Zara. I got a white, plain, long sleeved tee on sale for $3.95 CDN!!

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06-02-2006
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I like James Perse and Peti Bateau. Peti Bateau has a good variety of colors.

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05-03-2006
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I'm so glad someone mentioned Petit Bateau. My ultimate choice for basic tees.

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The Perfect Tee
What does it take to make the perfect tee?
I feel that even, at this day and age, no one has really mastered it yet.
Here is what I would like in a tee:
1. Not too boxy, not too tight, NOT fitted at the waist then flared towards the bottom because it accentuates my hips.
2. Super soft, but not too sheer fabric...not too stretch either.
3. A little length, but not mini dress length.
4. Interesting necklines, that don't make me look like I am choking
5. Anything that will not choke my upper arms...

HELP!

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23-05-2006
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Amen to that!! ^^^

I never, ever found the "perfect" t-shirt! i feel like they always look horrible on me!! I have the same criteria...

so if anybody finds the perfect tee, please let me know!!

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Me too!
I don't know where to look. I've searched high- expensive shops and low-target and everywhere in between. If anyone can recommend any tees that are chic and flattering, let us know!

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Some of my favourite tees are from American Apparel..

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