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richardhenry's avatar

Where do you order your t-shirts from?

Asked by richardhenry (12628 points ) April 18th, 2008

Where do you frequent? I’m a big fan of Threadless, among others.

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The_Englishman's avatar

Threadless (http://www.threadless.com/) got loads from them. The designs are awesome, the prices are low and the shirts are good quality.

Allie's avatar

Threadless – I love Threadless.
American Apparel – there is a store in SF though.

richardhenry's avatar

For the record, it seems, I edited my question at the same time The_Englishman suggested Threadless. Haha :) & I love American Apparel. I’m just wondering if anyone knows of anywhere less well known?

Allie's avatar

richardhenry: What are some of the “other” places you speak of? I’m interested/curious..

The_Englishman's avatar

@richardhenry: lol, oh well!

wildflower's avatar

order?? I couldn’t buy one without trying on at least 10 different ones in 3 different shops first!
....guess this is more of a bloke’s Q ;)

Allie's avatar

Heyyyy.. I’m a girl, not a bloke.

wildflower's avatar

Allow
hence you’re asking for more than the one source ;)

richardhenry's avatar

@wildflower: I guess I know what you mean, but I’m generally pretty good at imagining what would look good on me. Although I do have a small stack of stuff in the back of my drawer that I ordered and then realised looked awful :). My main reason for ordering is that I quite like the odd printed shirt—although most of my stuff is MUJI style—and the problem with print shirts is that you often see people walking around wearing the same stuff as you if you bought it locally, which I don’t like.

@Allie: It’s really only Threadless and American Apparel that immediately spring to mind, but I can occasionally find something cool on crappy websites like Truffle Shuffle.

richardhenry's avatar

I was also sad enough to order the Transmit Truck shirt from the Panic Goods Store (scroll to the bottom). :D

Allie's avatar

wildflower: Haha.. that’s true. But I am also genuinely interested in shopping around for the designs and prints. =]

richardhenry's avatar

@Fallstand: I’ve never actually thought to check it out. I really should, thanks.

Allie's avatar

richardhenry: I kind of like the balloon one. It’s cute.

wildflower's avatar

for really unique shirts, make yer own. I do at times. A decent printer and photoshop can go a long way :)

Allie's avatar

I love making my own shirts!!!
I like stencils and paints.

jrpowell's avatar

I have found some stuff via this blog.

richardhenry's avatar

@wildflower: Have done :). I have a shirt for a film project I’m working on with a friend, and have had a go with a few others in the past. I made a Threadless submission once, but it wasn’t as good as it could have been and pretty unimaginative. (http://www.threadless.com/submission/143892/Love_Gun)

richardhenry's avatar

@johnpowell: Very nice find indeed.

Allie's avatar

If you like BustedTees, check out PalmerCash too.

delirium's avatar

http://www.uneetee.com/category/collections.asp

I LOVE them. Everything they have is SO gorgeous.

iCeskate's avatar

Ugh…,, I go shopping I don’t buy clothes online…

peedub's avatar

I like this new take on the AA “summer shirt.”

netspencer's avatar

the lucky store makes cool tshirts. I am a big fan of their new organic cotton t’s

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