Where do you get your t-shirts


#1

*** If you think that wearing t-shirts is lame you are banned from this thread ***

Hit me up with nice t-shirts lads :+1:


#2

Threadless if I want something with a nice design or pattern.

H&M for plain ones.


#3

Does Threadless not cost bare dolla to ship it to the UK?


#4

I think they pay for import charges but postage is more expensive. Currently they have a lot of tees for $10.


#5

Gigs mainly, I want an earthquaker devices tee but not sure it’s allowed as I don’t own any of their pedals, also might get s papergirls one


#6

Ebay.

Gildan over Fruit of the Loom every time.

Never pay more than £3 including shipping.

Probably exploiting more people than an eight grand wardrobe, tbf.


#7

Gigs, gap is good for plain ones


#8

Fruit of the Loom off Amazon. Can get them for under £2 each if you look hard enough.


#9

Im quite weedy and have kind eyes, what would they cost me?


#10

eBay for some (I recently bought some fake Kodak and Factory Records tees), but mainly surf shops. I used to get all my tees at gig, but I can’t remember the last band shirt I bought.


#11

Usually google one of my interests until I find a corresponding t shirt.


#12

WWE euroshop when there’s a sale on


#13

Do they all have the WWE logo on them? I’d potentially buy some if they didn’t, don’t wanna out myself though


#14

Kind of a weird concept isn’t it, really, wearing clothing that advertises our interests so blatantly. You don’t really get jeans branded like a sports team or a celebrity. Or a full suit.


#15

Because I’m full of double standards I find film and book ones really embarrassing yet am fine with band t-shirts


#16

gigs and charity shops


#17

I get a lot of obscure TV/Film related t-shirts from here:

https://darkbunnytees.com/


#18

Nope


#19

This is my current favourite


#20

I literally can’t believe they only go up to 2XL. Do they know anything about their fanbase?