#1
I am fairly skinny with a long torso and long arms, and cannot for the life of me find plain t-shirts that fit me. Google has not given me what I'm looking for. My checklist is as follows:

Slim/Fitted
PLAIN
T-Shirt
Cheap to Mid-Range in Price
Decent Quality

If anyone has any brand or website recommendations that fit any or all of the above criteria, it would be greatly appreciated!
#2
Have you looked into youth sizes?
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#3
Athletic fit tshirts and v necks from target. $5-$9 depending on store, sales and season normally. They occasionally shrink a little bit.

For a little more expensive, go to american apparel.

Both of those have mono colored/basic patterned thin fit shirts that hold up pretty well.
Last edited by Warrior47 at Jun 26, 2011,
#5
+1 to Target. I'm 6'0, size 30 waist and Target shirts fit great. I'm very skinny. I get most of my t-shirts there because they fit great, they're relatively good quality, and they're damn good prices.
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Athletic fit tshirts and v necks from target. $5-$9 depending on store, sales and season normally. They occasionally shrink a little bit.

For a little more expensive, go to american apparel.

Both of those have mono colored/basic patterned thin fit shirts that hold up pretty well.


I have a BTBAM shirt that's printed on an American Apparel 50/25/25 track shirt and it is fantastic. No way I'd pay the full price on a plain shirt, I'm cheap, but they would fit you well I'd think.
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#7
American Apparel is great, too. I have a Boards Of Canada shirt made by American apparel and it's perfectly fitted, plus very soft.
#10
try h&m, thats where i go, im 6 foot 3
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#11
All of the places mentioned are great - Gap('s online store) has led me to some real slim v-necks.
#12
I'm in the same boat, tall and skinny. I find any shirts from Volcom fit me pretty well (but you'd be hard pressed finding a plain and cheap Volcom shirt), and most v-necks.

If you find a good website, let me know because I have the same problem
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Super jealous of you tall, skinny people.

Short and broad-shouldered makes for shitty t-shirt wearing.


actually, short and broad shouldered should make a lot of t shirts perfect fit

well okay, they may be retardedly long, but you can always fix that. the biggest problem with shirt fits are that my shoulders are too narrow anyways.
#16
Make your own t-shirts. Start a revolution against the man.

Or go to Walmart and have ill-fitting t-shirts like the rest of the tall people. Seriously. It's a t-shirt. Who cares if it's tailored to fit?
#17
asos.com. Free shipping and as i unfortunately found out most of there t-shirts are 2 inchs narrower than most brands.