Thermal tops in a t-shirt style?

(13 Posts)
CarpeJugulum Mon 10-Dec-12 10:13:17

I have thermal tops (very useful for playgroups in cold church halls!) but they are all hiking style tops from outdoor shops.

Does such thing as a semi fitted t-shirt (maybe slightly scooped neck so I can wear them under a shirt) exist?

carrie74 Mon 10-Dec-12 10:22:44

Oh yes! But dont buy thermal buy shapewear. Lovely tight fit that keeps you toasty and warm. Mine are all shapewear vests, I get them on Ebay but M and S do them too. If you look on Ebay go for 'shapewear camisole'.

RamblingRosa Mon 10-Dec-12 10:28:51

Definitely Uniqlo or M&S Heatgen thermals. Lots of different colours and styles. They work really well and you can layer them when it's really cold .

prelim29 Mon 10-Dec-12 18:20:22
mysteryfairy Mon 10-Dec-12 18:24:21

Uniqlo currently have free delivery on all orders and do a nice range of shapes so would second trying them

SoldeInvierno Mon 10-Dec-12 18:51:50

Uniqlo ones are great. I normally get one size smaller than my normal size and I find them quite big.

Just bought two high-tech thermal tops from primark, long sleeved, slightly scoop neck, £7 each. I love them. smile

Nicola10 Tue 11-Dec-12 08:14:09

I bought one from sainsburys for £6 each smile

DowntonSprouts Tue 11-Dec-12 08:15:46

Primark.

teta Tue 11-Dec-12 12:01:06

I like Brora thermals too but i tend to wear them as an outer layer-a grandad t shirt layered with a contrasting colour camisole underneath.They are pretty enough to be able to do that and wash and wear brilliantly [some of mine are on their 3rd year].Alternatively if you want something to wear as a basic i would just opt for something like the Matalan thermal vests.I have just bought several in black for dd1's skiing trip and they seem to be fine.

Uniqlo heattech. Amazing. Quite thin though, so not great to wear on there own, as bra outline very visible.

I bought an M&S Heatgen top last week, its lovely. Perfect for layering and so warm.

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