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Cheaper alternatives to Isabella Oliver 'perfect tee'?

(10 Posts)
Vizzini Sat 04-Jun-11 11:16:45

I really like the look of this t-shirt. I love slightly oversized tees and I like the fact that the sleeves are that little bit longer. I'd buy it in every colour apart from one thing -the price! I'm all for paying for quality, but £35 for a plain shirt is madness when it'll get dd's food mashed into it.

Has anyone seen any nice-quality t-shirts in the same style/shape but for £20 or less? I'm size 10 and 32FF, so nothing that'll make me look all chest would be nice. Also, nothing where the material is too thin. TIA.

Vizzini Sat 04-Jun-11 11:17:58

Link again blush

madammecholet Sat 04-Jun-11 11:23:42

Marking place. I bought some primark ones in feb which have a high elastane content, that's what you're looking for, so they are comfy and keep their shape. I am amazed at them, for about £4 each.

PhoenixInVurs Sat 04-Jun-11 11:26:43


PhoenixInVurs Sat 04-Jun-11 11:28:34

That would be my coffee machine.. :/

There we go.

Nice T's in whistles but also ££s.

PhoenixInVurs Sat 04-Jun-11 11:29:14

Need more caffeine!

ColonelBrandonsBiggestGroupie Sat 04-Jun-11 11:30:47

Try M&S Autograph.

madammecholet Sat 04-Jun-11 11:37:07

Just had 20% IO code through door, SUMMER20, brings those T's down to £28 vizzini smile

crispyambulance Sat 04-Jun-11 11:38:06

american apparel

Vizzini Sat 04-Jun-11 11:42:55

Phoenix I am envy at your coffee machine! The Oasis ones look good.
The M&S ones look good too, Colonel.
Mme 20% off?! It'd be rude not to grin

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