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    Layering a deep-v T Shirt

    OK so over the summer I acquired a couple of deep V T-shirts, both Religion (one white, one white and blue stripes).

    I was wondering how I could use these for layering now we're in Autumn and it's getting a bit chilly?

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    Chuck them in the bin

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    Not hugely constructive, but thanks.

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    Should work well under shirts / cardigans / jackets / blazers imo

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    Cheers. I've worn the striped one under a black shirt on a night out which I think worked OK.

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    blazers and cardigans are great, although I would always be tempted to swap them for a regular v-neck. The all-saints 'field' v-necks are a great compromise and are much more versatile.
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    Thanks Nathan. I don't think I'll be buying any more deep Vs, sticking with normal V necks instead - much more versatile and grown up!

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    As above, they'll work well as a base layer (much like the way you wear vests) and then build things up gradually on top.

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