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Thermal tops in a t-shirt style?

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MincePiesAndBaileys Tue 11-Dec-12 12:04:33

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

TravelinColour Tue 11-Dec-12 12:02:16

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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.

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


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

I bought one from sainsburys for £6 each smile

NotQuitePerfect Tue 11-Dec-12 07:58:30

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

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.

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

prelim29 Mon 10-Dec-12 18:20:22

Brora do two:

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 .

SecondhandRose Mon 10-Dec-12 10:28:08

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'.

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

Uniqlo usually gets a mention, but we don't have one near us, so I've been using good old M&S. I'd suggest sizing up:

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?

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