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C&C. I love how their cotton (at least for the men's stuff) is soft, but a little grainy. They also fit fantastic, far better than James Perse whose men's tees are cut for 350 pound ogars.

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I love the way most of the designer shirts listed above feel. I think that's what makes them so special. I just can't bring myself to pay $30-$50 on a tshirt.

I absolutely love love love the way Forever21 tshirts feel. They are as soft if not softer than the C&C and JP tops. And ofcourse much much cheaper

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i like michael stars because i like the styles which are a bit more fashion-y...
c&c falls apart and develops holes after 5 minutes.


for basic t-shirts...my fave is j. crew...better quality than the gap and a great fit...
i've had some of my j crew t-s for years and years and they keep getting better...
i recommend it to all my clients...

they are also the only tank tops i buy...

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I hate admitting it but I actually like American Eagle t-shirts. Most of them have stupid stuff written on them, like logos for fake companies, but they're SOOOO comfortable. The cotton is a lot softer than regular tees and they seem to breathe well. I also like how they're longer than most tees since I have problems with t-shirts shrinking and ending up like belly tops because I'm tall. The downside is that they are kind of expensive for what you get but all the ones I own I got on sale.

I wish we had jcrew here, I keep hearing good stuff about the quality of their casual wear.

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27-06-2004
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James Perse, hands down!

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still partial to helmut lang and i actually bought into the whole taavo craze...but these days i tend to alternate back and fourth between james perse and three dot.

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I have a lot of Abercrombie and Roxy tees

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My faves are by Splendid. They are a bit pricey ($38 for a plain crew or v-neck), but they are super soft modal/cotton and long (I don't like my belly hanging out!). I also have some new ones from J. Crew made of pima cotton...right now they are on sale 2 for $38 (normally $24 each).

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I like my tees from JUNK de LUXE

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Quote:
Originally posted by MJCouture@Jun 26th, 2004 - 10:07 am
They also fit fantastic, far better than James Perse whose men's tees are cut for 350 pound ogars.
james perse sounds like something i need to look into

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urban outfitters charlotte tees..they feel vintage i love them
american apperal classic girl are also a really nice fit for me

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I'm prone to anything that is soft, machine washable, and comes in tons of colors!

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