Monday, August 11, 2014

Holiday T-Shirt Wishlist

As my holiday approaches I’ve been trawling around trying to find the perfect t-shirts to take away.

After finding and bookmarking about 30 websites and about £2,000 worth of t-shirts I managed to get around 10-15 new ones to take away and thought what the hell, I might as well show off the ones I didn’t get around to buying as a kind of wishlist post. 

So here they are, the top five I didn’t get around to buying.

It’s Bullseye time again and in true Jim Bowen style…….innnnnnnnnnnnn one:


I really like the tattoo vibe and plain white background. More recently I've moved back towards white and grey t-shirts, probably to mirror my darker and more warped mood.

Innnnnnnnnnn two......



At £26, this is probably one of the cheapest I found when searching around. I love the lettering ans skull and crossbones.

Innnnnnnnnnn three.........

Available from Sinstar Clothing for £30, this one gives something of a motivational speech in the shape of a cross. A bit religious, but would confirm that I'm no saint! 



Innnnnnnnnnn four......

Again from Sinstar, if you had shown me this t-shirt about 6 months ago and said I would like it I would have laughed in your face. My tastes have changed (it must be the pills) so much and I just can't help liking this design.

I'm not keen on the £35 pricetag, but I still say it's worth it.



Innnnnnnnnnn five.....

Available again from Sinstar Clothing at £35 I just really like the snakepit design. It is different, has skulls and is completely different to anything else I currently own.



I hope you like my choices, yes they are a bit dark but that sums me up beautifully lol. 

Here are some of the t-shirts I did manage to pick up, what do you think?





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23 comments:

  1. The rib-cage one is my favourite not to mention the fact it glows in the dark! x

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  2. The Rock and Roller one for me I think x

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    1. I think it was fairly cheap TBH Aby - Rachel picked it up from Primark for around £5.

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  3. Wow very cool and interesting t-shirts .

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  4. I can not imagine spending £35 on a t shirt!

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    1. I was the same - my wardrobe is a mixed between Primark for under £5 and then a few expensive ones. I think my wallet would have a meltdown if I kept spending £35 on t-shirts. The rib-cage one is from Cyberdog in Camden Town, I could go wild in there. They have one t-shirt for £50 that glows and flashes in time with music. Thank you for reading and commenting. Stephen :o)

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  5. I like the Psycho Juice one. My son will love these!

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  6. My boyfriend lives in tees. He isnt a rocker but likes a good design. I personal prefer the hand print and the ribcage but £35 for a tee thats too much for me to spend.

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    1. They are both from Cyberdog in Camden Town - well worth a visit if ever in town. They do others which range from £20-£50 that are soooo cool. The hand print and ribcage glow up under UV light (as do most of their tops). Thanks for reading and commenting. Stephen :o)

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  7. I'm getting a glow in the dark tee, soon, too. It's a Dr Who one, A weeping angel with hands over its eyes and in the dark it's doing its scary face - I don't think I'll really make full use of the glow in the dark part but who cares, it's cool!

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  8. Rock and roller perfect for me :)

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  9. Lots here that my younger brother would like (he's 25), not really the sort of style my hubs goes for though - although for Halloween I see a few that would be awesome.

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  10. I always struggle to find nice t-shirts for my hubby. Some fab ideas here

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  11. I like the rib cage one, some great choices here.

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  12. I can see you are a trendy T-Shirt wearer!

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  13. You would have loved some of the t-shirts on sale at Butlins rock weekend then

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  14. I love the hand print one. My husband wouldn't dare to spend so much on a tshirt but he has a birthday coming up. His favourite one is a cheap Daddy Pig one from Asda. Adults and kids stop him in the street to ask where it's from!

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  15. Very cool, I quite like the tattoo vibe too. I haven't really been a t-shirt person and I'm just getting back into them. X

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  16. FAr to cool for me, but they do look great!

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  17. Those are some great tshirts - I oddly like the skull print one most of all :)

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    1. It's weird in a good way. I was really drawn to it and now can't wait for it to arrive - I've ordered it already! Thanks for taking a peek and commenting. Stephen :o)

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  18. I love these! It isn't something my hubby would wear but I can see my brother loving all these designs

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  19. I like to glowing one. Imagine walking into a darkened room with that on!

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