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Boxy, stiff (?) T-shirts?

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poppym12 Tue 04-Feb-20 10:55:46

Has anyone seen any boxy t-shirts about that hang stiffly rather than floppy?

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EdinaMonsoon Tue 04-Feb-20 12:18:51

Gap usually stock them. If not in womenswear, check out the menswear section. You want to look for 100% cotton with no spandex/elastane.

MoltonSilver Tue 04-Feb-20 13:30:20

Try cos.

Lampan Tue 04-Feb-20 13:32:48

Uniqlo U ones are boxier than most and not made of soft cotton but I’m not sure how ‘stiff’ they are

poppym12 Tue 04-Feb-20 16:06:06

I've tried Cos, nothing in yet. I got some bargain white ones from Gap but they had no black or grey. There isn't a Uniqlo in the area so I might order online. Does anyone know what their sizing is like?

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ShivD Tue 04-Feb-20 17:35:36

How about Arket? They had some last spring

ShivD Tue 04-Feb-20 17:37:44

Here you go, I bought a couple of the £15 ones last year and they are quite thick and stiff. I imagine the heavy weight ones would be even more boxy.

www.arket.com/en_gbp/women/tops/t-shirts.html

BlairWaldorfLovesShopping Tue 04-Feb-20 18:21:13

Seconding uniqlo u. They are so thick and have very little drape. I'm a 10/30F and sized up to a medium so I would say they come up small.

poppym12 Wed 05-Feb-20 10:21:41

I like the Arket ones but I think the crew neck may be too high for me (I can't stand anything touching above my collar bones/throat blush).

Some of the Uniqlo ones seem to have scoopier necks so I'll have to order online. Are their returns ok (just in case)?

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