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    It would be nice to see some of the designers producing in smaller sizes. I have to pass on a lot of the big names because the smallest size they have is way to baggy on me.

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    You're not like me....and you never will be!

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    all my tshirts arnt cheap but I do love a cheap bag of white v necks

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    I'm not too keen on labels or branding, so I get a lot of daily rags at Uniqlo.
    ahhh that is my favoritist store at the moment. I have like 5 of their tshirts and some other stuff. Tried to buy a pea coat type thing the other day at the store in NYC but they fit funny
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    affliction and express is like the cheapest i go other then that. i dont think i have ever shopped at sears no harm meant., im like hooked on what i wear and obsessed with designer clothing.
    No one wants to be in the middle. Thats why i live my life on the edge.

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    C'mon guys, this thread wasn't started so that everyone could be bragging about all the expensive gear you have been rocking, but the CHEAP stuff you have been buying.

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    $300 diesel jeans, and $5 fruit of the loom wife-beaters for me. I get ZERO disrespect. If you go to the gym 6 days a week, everything looks good on you.

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    speaking of shirts... I just came across this site today via facebook. some good styles that don't break the bank!

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    Quote Originally Posted by htfomaha View Post
    It would be nice to see some of the designers producing in smaller sizes. I have to pass on a lot of the big names because the smallest size they have is way to baggy on me.
    What designers are you speaking of? I have to get xl in Italian shirts where Ralph Lauren I can wear a medium.

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    All of them. I'm 5'10" ish and have like a 26 in waist. These are the smallest sized Diesel's I could find and a cheapie small sized thermal.

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