Any Good T-Shirt Websites?

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  • TakeTheVeil 7 May 2007 15:54:39 5,058 posts
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    anyone know any good sites online for buying t-shirts. Preferably cheapish and fairly original?

    along the lines of Threadless.com..
  • Hunam 7 May 2007 16:13:39 20,674 posts
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    Im a threadless bod myself, not many people in this country seem to sport them either :)
  • Saladin 7 May 2007 16:16:17 669 posts
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    http://www.publicgriefjunkie.com

    Best site on the web, UK based.
  • Deleted user 7 May 2007 16:17:07
    Do people actually buy clothes online then? I've always been paranoid I'll end up with a load of stuff that doesn't fit, but I'm dead tempted to try it 'cos I absolutely fecking hate clothes shopping...
  • meggsy 7 May 2007 16:21:23 1,628 posts
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    Bah, one of my threadless tees just got mangled by the washing machine and is indeed threadless along the bottom edge now :D :( .

    Oh and on uniqueness I recenlty went to a gig and saw two people with them, but that was the only time.

    Asos.com as mentioned are good indeed.

    3DS: 3454-0647-5991

  • TakeTheVeil 7 May 2007 16:29:13 5,058 posts
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    still.. better than walking down the street or out in a pub and seeing the same tshirt and jeans bought from Topman, H&M and RiverIsland or something

    only problem ive found with buying clothes online is differneces in whats Small and Medium.. but most sites have sizing charts and as long as youve a tape measure handy it shouldnt be a problem..

    bought some runners off ebay which turned out great..
  • DocX 7 May 2007 16:34:03 1,963 posts
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    Odicca.com I've had a few from them, they're good.
  • TakeTheVeil 7 May 2007 16:39:55 5,058 posts
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    oh that one seems good.. very reasonable shipping too.. cheers
  • oceanmotion 7 May 2007 16:41:16 15,969 posts
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    Cool T-Shirt from the first link
  • oceanmotion 7 May 2007 16:46:58 15,969 posts
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    DocX wrote:
    Odicca.com I've had a few from them, they're good.

    What price is shipping to the UK and how long does it take ?

    thanks
  • Saladin 7 May 2007 16:53:51 669 posts
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    nekotcha wrote:
    Do people actually buy clothes online then? I've always been paranoid I'll end up with a load of stuff that doesn't fit, but I'm dead tempted to try it 'cos I absolutely fecking hate clothes shopping...

    I've bought all my t shirts online over the years. It's far cheaper than going to the shops, even if you buy from America. Plus, you can get really original and amusing shirts if you look through the various webcomics available. They're very reliable.
  • tiddles 7 May 2007 17:10:54 3,555 posts
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    http://www.tshirthell.com/hell.shtml
  • Boundy 7 May 2007 18:49:19 959 posts
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    www.corpseclothing.com

    Some brilliant stuff on there, just some can't be worn in public. :p
  • Ajay 7 May 2007 18:53:14 2,412 posts
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    The tank shirts from Saladin's link are awesome. Very tempted.
  • macksed 7 May 2007 18:54:12 3,798 posts
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    play.com
  • Kostabi 7 May 2007 19:01:03 4,932 posts
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    Boundy wrote:
    www.corpseclothing.com

    Some brilliant stuff on there, just some can't be worn in public. :p

    I've had a few from them in the past and they raise a laugh out of most people. The vegetarian shirt is my favourite.
  • armyourfists 7 May 2007 19:11:44 917 posts
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    I always have trouble finding t-shirts with a good fit. Nowhere seems to do a youth large size so I always end up buying t shirts at gigs as bands seem quite keen on doing youth large sizes.
  • [menace] 7 May 2007 19:22:46 2,415 posts
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    I'd like to have some t-shirts made for my 'company'.. Apart from the price I'm mostly concerned about the quality of the shirts (and the print). I got a feeling I have to actually go to the store and feel the fabric etc. to really feel safe that its worth paying for. Have anybody had prints made from online shops? - and what's your experiences..
  • weeno 7 May 2007 19:41:19 721 posts
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    [menace] wrote:
    I'd like to have some t-shirts made for my 'company'.. Apart from the price I'm mostly concerned about the quality of the shirts (and the print). I got a feeling I have to actually go to the store and feel the fabric etc. to really feel safe that its worth paying for. Have anybody had prints made from online shops? - and what's your experiences..

    I've been looking into a few different online t-shirt websites for a while with the idea of getting my own little t-shirt brand going on the side of my usual stuff. It's not so easy, especially when you don't really want to pay much if anything up front. Probably the best one I found is spreadshirt.net, they have a lot of different t-shirt types, and the quality of the couple I have ordered have been pretty good. One big drawback is that they don't do screen printing (understandable for a print on demand service), and the printing methods they do have really limit the complexity of the design.
  • [menace] 7 May 2007 19:53:53 2,415 posts
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    Cheers.

    I can't afford to pay for a few 'mistakes' so it would pretty much have to be right the first time.. Which is why I think I'd need to go to the shop myself..
  • sanctusmortis 7 May 2007 23:18:49 9,631 posts
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    Bonaroo is the only one I can think of right now. Oddly.

    Edited by sanctusmortis at 23:19:11 07-05-2007
  • DocX 7 May 2007 23:35:46 1,963 posts
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    WooHoo!!! wrote:
    DocX wrote:
    Odicca.com I've had a few from them, they're good.

    What price is shipping to the UK and how long does it take ?

    thanks

    Shipping is about $7 & delivery about 3 weeks. A bargain really.
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    Edited by Art_Vandelay at 23:48:06 07-05-2007
  • Deleted user 7 May 2007 23:51:54
    one for bill
  • haowan 7 May 2007 23:57:02 7,384 posts
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    Where's terminalterror when you need him?
  • terminalterror 8 May 2007 00:28:34 18,937 posts
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    haowan wrote:
    Where's terminalterror when you need him?

    /waves

    I've been reading the whole thread, but Threadless, Oddica and Tshirt Hell have all been mentioned already.

    But whatever any of you do, don't buy this shirt! It is made from foetus eyelids.

    :)
  • Kostabi 8 May 2007 06:31:12 4,932 posts
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    I'm reserving judgement until the shirts arrive but so far Oddica appear to be very good indeed. Ordered last night and already have an email saying they've shipped it.
  • terminalterror 8 May 2007 11:17:05 18,937 posts
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    Kostabi wrote:
    I'm reserving judgement until the shirts arrive but so far Oddica appear to be very good indeed. Ordered last night and already have an email saying they've shipped it.

    They are awesome. I don't know if they are still doing it, but back when I ordered stuff off them shortly after they opened, it came in the most awesome package ever. Sort of like the sealable bags you get for Cathedral City cheddar, only with T shirts inside, not cheese. The shirt quality is superb as well.

    Shame that recently none of their designs have appealed to me enough for me to buy them.
  • DocX 8 May 2007 11:19:47 1,963 posts
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    They still do the cool bags with badges & stickers. The problem is they're very slow at getting new designs out, with only a couple every few months.
  • NOSAVIOUR 8 May 2007 11:23:42 2,804 posts
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    Our site goes live next month www.nosaviour.com

    Ignore the one up at present though as its being redesigned.

    Edited by NOSAVIOUR at 11:26:41 08-05-2007
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