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    Default Where to buy?

    Which clothing store has the best quality t shirts and singlets for women. Some I have bought are poor quality with thin fabric that doesn't wash well.

    I am after some basics, plain colours no print maybe in a v neck, in a size 10.

    Any suggestions?

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    Try next online. Betty basics and Sadie are good too.

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    I find the longevity of a lot of the singlet tops around these days is quite poor.

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    I swear by Majestic for basics. Sorry not online but David Jones sells them.

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    Witchery is great for basics. They wash really well.

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    I'm a big fan of kookai tanks/singlets/t-shirts. They seem to be a thicker material. I've had a few of mine for 2 years now

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    Thanks for all the tips

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mod-Degrassi View Post
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    I find the longevity of a lot of the singlet tops around these days is quite poor.
    Me too.

    I have bought them from dotti, cotton on and sportsgirl that have been very poor quality.

    Perhaps I need to spend a bit more and go for witchery and country road.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TeBe View Post
    Me too.

    I have bought them from dotti, cotton on and sportsgirl that have been very poor quality.

    Perhaps I need to spend a bit more and go for witchery and country road.
    Country road can be really hit and miss on quality. I've had some CR basic tees that have lasted a couple of years. Others that have been in the waste bin after two washes!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonja View Post
    I swear by Majestic for basics. Sorry not online but David Jones sells them.
    Haven't heard of this brand will have to check it out!


 

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