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    Default What are some good tees companies?

    I really like how Hollister and A&F fits me but those brands are for younger kids/youth... I know they had Ruehl for older males but it's no longer being made. What are some good companies that have similar tee fit as A&F/Hollister.

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    I get my shirts from tshirthell.com

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    puma, dc, hurley, billabong, express/limited

    most of the surf/skate stuff fits smaller people, much like abercrombie/aeropostale.

    I have a lot of dc, hurley billabong, quicksilver, vans, volcom, element... and so on

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    Ed Hardy and Affliction!

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    HK ARMY

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    A/F for younger kids???? Im 21 and I have a ton of their white tees and it never gets old.... My favorite is a white V-Neck Ruehl tee.... But If u have the $$$, Burberry...

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    plain tees? i stopped wearing funny tees and such. i sort of grew out of it. i think plain tees look better and theyre so basic that you can dress them up or down.

    anyway, if youre looking for some great cheap plain tees (vneck or crew) h&m has a GREAT selection and they last a long time. i think i got most of mine on sale for about $5ea. if there isnt an h&m local to you, urban outfitters has some bdg tees which are also high quality but are more like 2 for $24. there are other higher end brands as well making soft cotton plain tees - john varvatos, 7 for all mankind, guess, etc etc. they cost a bit more though. i cant explain how much i love my 7fam v-neck tees.. they are extremely soft and comfortable.

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    i see plain t-shirts as a easy way out, since they are blank, they don't offend any group/taste.

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    I have more Diesel tees than anything else, I find they fit me very well.

    As for the plain tees, I love them. They can cost $5 to 50, and as long as they fit nice and don't fade or change into a horrible color, can end up looking cleaner/better than virtually anything. One of my favorite spring/summer outfits is a nice pair of denim with a solid colored tee. As said above, they can be dressed up and down. Just the other day I wore a solid tee under a simple cardigan to the office and it looked great.

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