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where is THE cheapest place to get childrens plain t shirts?

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CarrieDababi Sun 06-Sep-09 00:50:49

as plain and cheap as possible.

ive given in to dd demands for daisy etc clothes

want some plain ones for putting transfers onto.


cahu Sun 06-Sep-09 01:00:44

Primark, I think.

scottishmummy Sun 06-Sep-09 01:02:10

asda/tesco basic type ranges

joliejolie Sun 06-Sep-09 01:04:21

Next do a 3 pack in different colours for around £10 (for 3).

American apparel do plain as well and they are good quality, but not so cheap.

leoleosuperstar Sun 06-Sep-09 07:56:55

Ds has some really nice quality thick plain crew neck white t shirts from the Asda back to school range.
I use them for under cardigans etc.
Would be ideal for transfers - although they only do white.

GossipMonger Sun 06-Sep-09 07:59:26

2 for 99p in the 99p shop!

CantSleepWontSleep Sun 06-Sep-09 08:46:23

75p for a plain white t-shirt in asda.

pasturesnew Sun 06-Sep-09 09:17:52

my DS likes the Asda short-sleeved plain coloured T-shirts better than the ones he has from Gap, etc.

CarrieDababi Sun 06-Sep-09 13:04:46

thanks guys, had to come away from town as my dd was really naughty.
will see what i can find online
or send dh to tescos we don't have an asda for miles

BlueKangerooWonders Sun 06-Sep-09 13:43:11

Sainsburys is best imho! But I think any supermarket would be ok - always seem to have a pack of 3 for really low price.

monkeysmama Mon 07-Sep-09 09:24:58

I like Rainbowbabies! Can't link but Long sleeve, short sleeved and a brilliant range of colours. They wash well & last ages as they're really stretchy. Dd wears them under summer dresses all winter.

scottishmummy Wed 09-Sep-09 20:23:50

your link rainbow babies

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