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Esprit sizing

(13 Posts)
cathcustardtart Sat 05-Mar-16 15:09:31

They've sent me a £10 voucher and have some OK tee shirts for £12, seems a bargain.
If I'm a 14 will I be a M or a L?

LIZS Sat 05-Mar-16 15:15:21

I go for L

cathcustardtart Sat 05-Mar-16 15:21:32

Thanks very much

BumWad Sat 05-Mar-16 15:22:46

Agree with large

BikeRunSki Sat 05-Mar-16 15:25:17


I find their T s very thin.

LittleG69 Sat 05-Mar-16 15:36:56

If it's the same voucher I've been sent you need to spend £50

cathcustardtart Sat 05-Mar-16 15:37:49

Really, are they rubbish quality?

cathcustardtart Sat 05-Mar-16 15:39:23

Darn it, you're right it's £50. Bang goes my £2 tee.

BikeRunSki Sat 05-Mar-16 15:43:20

I didn't think much to the quality andvsentbit back. Get a £3 Tbshity from Primark instead!

LIZS Sat 05-Mar-16 18:18:06

I've always found the quality pretty good.

AgainstTheGlock Sun 06-Mar-16 09:16:38

IME there are two tiers of t-shirt. There's the classic t-shirt style in round-neck or v-neck, block-colour which is good and thick and made (usually) in Turkey - these will last literally years.

Then there's anything with a nod to this season's fashion in wafer-thin Primark fabrics.

BumWad Sun 06-Mar-16 09:25:46

I've got quite a few Esprit clothing and have found them to be very good quality

AgainstTheGlock Sun 06-Mar-16 14:24:21

Beware sizing - if you are "strong of thigh" this brand is perhaps not for you.

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