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Someone help me with T shirts, please

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seeker Thu 10-Jul-08 17:37:32

I awways wear men's T shirts and polo shirts because I like them loose and long, and made out of very heavy cotton ones. I'm looking for some with a slightly more feminine cut, but still long enough to cover my bottom, and not made out of the very thin material that women's shirts seem to be made out of. Can anyone help?

Slouchy Thu 10-Jul-08 17:44:33

Tesco have some

southeastastra Thu 10-Jul-08 17:46:04

american apparel have longer line cut t shirts, i quite like the material too, it's not too thin

mejon Thu 10-Jul-08 18:07:09

Sainsbury's £3 Fairtrade t-shirt is quite nice - slightly shaped, thick-ish material and long enough to cover my large bottom! The only downside is that the sleeves are a little shorter than I'd ideally like but wearable just the same.

seeker Fri 11-Jul-08 10:50:23

Has anyone tried the Land's End women's T shirts? i've only had the men's ones.

christiana Fri 11-Jul-08 10:59:41

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girlnextdoor Fri 11-Jul-08 11:16:33

I know you might not like this BUT if you have a big bum, wearing a T shirt pulled over it will only a) draw attention to it and b) make it look bigger.

What you should be doing is wearing a waist length/ high hip-length top, which accentuates your good points- a good waistline, or a good bust!, with some nice beads or something- and well-fitting trousers in a dark shade.

love
Trinny.smile

seeker Fri 11-Jul-08 11:34:55

But I like to wear long Indiany-type skirts with a long plain tunic type top over them because I am an aging hippy!

girlnextdoor Fri 11-Jul-08 11:40:15

well, you are hiding your assets imo smile

seeker Fri 11-Jul-08 12:00:22

No assets to hide!

Lola234 Fri 18-Jul-08 11:48:51

http://www.my-wardrobe.com/Sex-Pistols-T-Shirt-by-Junk-Food

i think your looking for something like that..
feminine print but men's size
try something a little mre fitted
i bet it will suit you better instead of covering up!

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