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Where to purchase a cheap plain T-shirt

Everyone should have a supply of cheap plain T-shirts in their wardrobe. This article takes a look at where to get great T-shirts for men at low prices, to help you look stylish everyday without paying over the odds.

UK retailers

Primark High street store Primark is the place to go for plain and printed tees at low prices in the UK. Primark's menswear label Cedarwood State has plain T-shirts priced at under £4.00. If you have a preference for graphic designs, there are also some fabulous print T-shirts on sale at Primark, such as the fabulous Polaroid print tee which costs just £5.00. Matalan (Matalan.co.uk) Matalan also has a fabulous selection of T-shirts for men which are stylish and wallet friendly. Matalan's basic pin-tuck T-shirt comes in both crew-neck and V-neck styles and is available to buy in store or online for £7.00. If you want something with a more stylish edge, check out Matalan's V-neck Button Detail Slub t-shirt, available in navy or white, both of which will look great with jeans. The Slub T-shirt is a bargain at just £6.00. Other hot picks include the rib V-necked logo T-shirt in black or white, priced at £8.00.

Alternatives

Hanes clothing (Hanes.com) If you're based in the US, go to Hanes clothing store, which has some great value plain tees for men. Hanes T-shirts come in a variety of styles including round neck and V-Neck. For men with sensitive skin, you should check out the Hanes comfort blend Ecosmart crew neck men's T-shirt, which is a bargain at just US$7.00 and comes in a variety of styles. You can also buy trademark beefy T T-shirts from Hanes. Priced at £10.50 each, buy your T-shirts in bulk to save money with Hanes's special offer of two T-shirts for US$17.00. Freebies If you want a cheaper than cheap T-shirt, try to get hold of promotional wear and clothing from corporate sponsors. If you're in business, you may find you can pick up free logo t-shirts, as well as umbrellas and USB pens from conferences and business fairs. While these may not make a style statement, a free promotional T-shirt can be handy for keeping you warm on chilly nights, or for wearing to the gym. *Prices correct as of 13.07.11

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