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    Good Quality Slim Plain Tshirts?

    Apologies if such a topic already exists, I am after some white and black tshirts which are good quality and dont lose their shape after every wash. Preferably something slim/relatively tight.

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    I find Topman and Asos T-shirts pretty good. They do need to be ironed to look their best, though.

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    American Apparel and H&M do decent basics. I would have to disagree with the post above, I would avoid Topman, very prone to shrinking and the texture can feel 'bobbly' after a few washes. Reiss and Allsaints plain tees are good quality too.

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    H and m, if you get the 7.99 versions not the 3.99. The former are slim, not tight but 'clingy' I really rate them it's all I wear as a bottom layer.

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    Don't go the Topman route, I'd personally recommend Gap.

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    Gap or H&M. Avoid American Apparel unless you're 6'+ or quite skinny, they apparently can't be bothered to make t-shirts that fit people below 6' who have an athletic physique, plus their returns procedure takes way too long. Topman make t-shirts that are too thin. You could try Reiss or Sunspel if you want to spend a bit more, but then they are pretty expensive. Gap are best for slim-fit t-shirts, and H&M aren't far behind imo.

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    I'm fairly happy with my H&M ones too. The Zara ones I've got in comparison are not up to par. Fabric feels cheaper and they have been prone to shrinking.

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    I too prefer Gap. The colors and the fittings of Gap I don't think can be copied.
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    Rich In Clothing is pretty good, really soft. Shipping is a bit expensive if you don't live in the States though.

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    Was in Uniqlo the other day and the ones they had felt good, they'd run out in my size though so couldnt try the fit. Anyone else tried them?

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