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    Quote Originally Posted by besha View Post
    I shave my clothes too. Except last week I was a bit too gung ho and shaved a hole in one of my jumpers
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tinkers View Post
    Maybe try cotton on. Ive mostly got tees from cotton on and dotti lately and pretty happy with them.
    Are Cotton On tees better again? I had tees ages ago that I adored and were awesome and lasted FOREVER. I got some more a while ago and they stretched and got holes and were horrible. And made me sad. I might have to go check them out again.

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    Every shirt I seem to buy says hand wash only. In cold water. And I chuck them in the wash and they shrink and Vinnies scores yet again from my discarded clothing.

    Has anyone tried Bonds tshirts? I noticed them recently but haven't tried them on. I like their kids clothes so maybe the women's tshirts are ok too?

    Definitely keen to hear of basic white/black flattering cut ladies tshirts that don't require hand washing.

    I have one French connection black cap sleeve shirt I like from about 3 seasons ago...

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunnygirl79 View Post
    Every shirt I seem to buy says hand wash only. In cold water. And I chuck them in the wash and they shrink and Vinnies scores yet again from my discarded clothing.

    Has anyone tried Bonds tshirts? I noticed them recently but haven't tried them on. I like their kids clothes so maybe the women's tshirts are ok too?

    Definitely keen to hear of basic white/black flattering cut ladies tshirts that don't require hand washing.

    I have one French connection black cap sleeve shirt I like from about 3 seasons ago...
    I am scared of trying bonds. I bought underwear and my kmart ones lasted longer. One BF singlet stretched and went weird really quickly. DH has whinged about his new bonds socks and underwear.

    Maybe try one when they have a sale on?

    Otherwise no idea. I have given up for now.

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    I like Betty basics tshirts. But I do have to shave them!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wissa View Post
    I like Betty basics tshirts. But I do have to shave them!
    I like them too but they do tend to be thin aswell.


 

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