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V-neck t-shirts, do they exist?

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Pippidoeswhatshewants Sun 06-Mar-16 20:49:39

Or are they a figment of my imagination?

I like to wear v-neck t-shirts with my suits for work. You know, good weight cotton, not see through, in outrageous colours like white, navy or green. You used to be able to buy them in M&S everywhere.

Please tell me where I can buy them?

evelynj Sun 06-Mar-16 20:50:57

Gap?

southeastastra Sun 06-Mar-16 20:52:33

warehouse, american apparel, french connection lots of places

BikeRunSki Sun 06-Mar-16 20:52:35

Kettlewell Colours

Pippidoeswhatshewants Sun 06-Mar-16 20:52:38

Nope, flimsy shite that has holes in after one wash.

Drinksforeveryone Sun 06-Mar-16 20:54:00

I was going to say Gap too.

I have a few - but not particularly smart - mine are casual tshirts.

southeastastra Sun 06-Mar-16 20:54:48

uniqlo

Starman16 Sun 06-Mar-16 20:55:44

Uniqlo - I live in their long sleeve stripy tees and quality is v good for the price

www.uniqlo.com/uk/store/goods/163137?r=7294625839886957560

www.uniqlo.com/uk/store/goods/163143?r=6588933772959949950

Pippidoeswhatshewants Sun 06-Mar-16 20:58:31

Had forgotten about American apparel, but this is not suitable for work store.americanapparel.co.uk/brushed-jersey-venture-top_rsamoj3155
What's with the ghetto chic? confused

PacificDogwod Sun 06-Mar-16 20:59:59

I've just had a totally pointless trip to M+S for some white/black/navy short-sleeved cotton+atinybitofelastane t-shirts. No joy sad

When you find them, please share, OP.

Pippidoeswhatshewants Sun 06-Mar-16 21:01:00

I like uniqlo, but I am not a small bosomed Asian elf, I am more of your Germanic Valkyrie...

southeastastra Sun 06-Mar-16 21:02:33

i have that american apparel top it's alot more flattering in rl grin

Eastpoint Sun 06-Mar-16 21:02:57

John Lewis has some by American Vintage which are thick enough to be able to wear without a jacket but still fine. They are about £45 each.

southeastastra Sun 06-Mar-16 21:03:11

the material is really nice

burnishedsilver Sun 06-Mar-16 21:07:27

Unfortunately "flimsy shite that has holes in after one wash" seems to be the norm these days, no matter how much you pay for it.

Pippidoeswhatshewants Sun 06-Mar-16 21:17:02

Maybe I need a trip to John Lewis, although I think £45 for a t-shirt is ridiculous!

Kirriemuir Sun 06-Mar-16 21:18:27

I am about to order some from Boden. The gap ones are terrible and flimsy.

southeastastra Sun 06-Mar-16 21:18:55

american vintage is crap imo, but john lewis own brand do some nice thick v necks, also check our the somerset but temperley range

BikeRunSki Sun 06-Mar-16 21:20:39

Boden ones were flimsy shite last year. Haven't bothered this year.

lavendersun Sun 06-Mar-16 21:23:29

I bought some new jeans in Gap last week - they have got these - quite like the look of them but the reviews are rubbish

www.gap.co.uk/browse/product.do?cid=57343&vid=1&pid=000177366011

lamiashiro Sun 06-Mar-16 21:25:52

I've just bought some from Gap for the gym. They are fairly see through though. They're the linen ones.

daftbesom Sun 06-Mar-16 21:29:19

Lands End. They also do cotton/modal scoop neck which I wear with suits all the time.

lavendersun Sun 06-Mar-16 21:31:59

Just remembered that I bought from here a few years ago - colours limited but they were thick and decent quality

www.thewhitetshirt.com/shop/womens-3-4-sleeve-v-neck-t-shirt

PacificDogwod Sun 06-Mar-16 21:32:14

Well, I seem to have just placed an order for 5 t-shirts with Uniqlo.

Big-bosomed Germanic Valkyie here too grin
We shall see….

Pippidoeswhatshewants Wed 09-Mar-16 16:12:09

Very unexpected find on Amazon: www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B00LEOGMJE/ref=mp_s_a_1_11?qid=1457539754&sr=8-11&pi=AC_SX236_SY340_QL65&keywords=hanes+v+neck

The navy test one arrived today and seems nice. Not too low cut, not too flimsy. I have ordered lots more colours now, you can't go wrong for £3.99!!!

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