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OutwardBound2016 Sun 01-Jan-17 15:04:27

I am searching for some long sleeved, slim fitting plain tops to layer. I am quite tall and would like them to bottom covering (or near to). Ideally around the £20 mark as I need quite a few colours. Any suggestions greatly appreciated.

Melstarrynight Sun 01-Jan-17 15:40:47

Watching with interest as I'm yet to find these too.

whataboutbob Sun 01-Jan-17 15:45:53

Petit bateau.

MikeUniformMike Sun 01-Jan-17 15:49:47

Lands End, Uniqlo, Primark, Gap

slug Sun 01-Jan-17 16:46:34

Uniqulo without a doubt. Available in a variety off necklines and colours and all good quality.

carrie74 Sun 01-Jan-17 16:51:33

Baukjen do super long ones, but they're expensive. I've just bought a fantastic plain black top in the Cos sale (in store), which is a great length AND had thumb holes. I never want to take it off!

BigcatLittlecat Sun 01-Jan-17 16:53:42

Sainsburys do a great one! I bought them two years ago and have worn and worn them. Last week was looking and they had them again! Bought them again! Great for layering!

ImprovingMyMH Sun 01-Jan-17 16:56:51

White Stuff

Lunaballoon Sun 01-Jan-17 16:57:28

Another vote for Uniqlo. I must have at least ten of their long sleeved Ts in multiple colours. I wear them for layering, as pyjama tops, under shirts for extra warmth. They come in plain cotton or their heat tech range is fab!

Cosmicglitterpug Sun 01-Jan-17 17:06:24

Sainsbury's ones are really good. I have four and wear them loads.

Rednailsandnaeknickers Sun 01-Jan-17 17:38:53

I got a couple half price in Hobbes sale so would be in your budget at that price. I've had them before and they were excellent, washed really well, looked good as new for ages. I'll try to find the receipt for code.

OutwardBound2016 Sun 01-Jan-17 18:26:29

Thanks everyone, are the Sainsbury's ones on line (all the stores near here are rubbish). I have some heattech but they aren't that long on me unfortunately. I have had mixed success with Gap and our local one has closed down making it extra difficult to find the best ones

Petalbird Sun 01-Jan-17 18:29:21

Primark if just for layering, I wear them for workso have been washed a lot

Cosmicglitterpug Mon 02-Jan-17 18:10:03

tuclothing.sainsburys.co.uk/p/Black-Lux-Plain-Tee/129814224-Black

Says they are sold out, although I saw some in a largish Sainos today.

CantChoose Mon 02-Jan-17 18:54:31

When did you last try a heattech outward? I've recently bought a few new ones as mine were looking tired and they're annoyingly far too long, I'm sure they've changed! But might be perfect for you!

VivienneWestwoodsKnickers Mon 02-Jan-17 18:55:48

Frankly, all mine are from Primark.

OutwardBound2016 Mon 02-Jan-17 19:00:45

Thanks everyone. Cantchoose, a few years old might give them another try as I love the fabric. Vivienne, I used to live in Primark vests which were a great length but the quality was so patchy, some washed really well and others didn't (even though they looked the same). Will go on a hunt using all these suggestions, thank you.

Candlelight123 Mon 02-Jan-17 20:14:22

Sainsbury's TU premium ones (approx £10), I've bought 4 and they wash well.

RemusLupinsChristmasMovie Mon 02-Jan-17 20:55:36

I'd really like some extra long ones. Have given up on both M&S and Hobbs as they are too short.

Couldashouldawoulda Mon 02-Jan-17 21:08:43

I have 3 of the LTS ones. They do them every year. I like them. I also have some heattech ones, but they're much shorter.

Batteriesallgone Mon 02-Jan-17 21:12:49

I love H&M Henley style tops. In fact Henley style from anywhere is fab for me. Just got a lovely one in the Laura Ashley sale

bingohandjob Tue 03-Jan-17 09:34:02

Uniqlo supima cotton - I've got 3 of each of the long sleeve ones in black, white, grey, navy and wear them a lot as a layer, on own and they wash brilliantly. The white ones are brilliant on holiday as I'm so fair and are a great cover up.

OhSoggyBiscuit Tue 03-Jan-17 10:28:56

Normally, Primark for basics but as others have said, the quality can be a bit hit and miss. I've had clothes that were pretty good quality and others where it had a hole within the first wear.

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