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>Be poor
>Buy 2 slim shirts from H&M
>They fit perfectly and look nice
Next week
>They are already deformed and wear too large, no matter how I iron them, they look like shit
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You got them from h&m. What did you expect
Also don't wash badly made clothes in general, they will fall apart
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>>12633613
>don't wash clothes
so just trash them after use
How do I find non disposable cheap shirts? It's the same shit with jeans
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>>12633675
Gildan
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>>12633675
thrift. crossroads/buffalo exchange have good stuff generally. if you're asking for <$20 shirts, idk what you're expecting, it's like asking for a $50 smart phone and expecting to get anything
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>>12633606
You were short-sighted and got tricked by fast fashion businesses, like a lot of other people on this earth.

Why ? It's because you are considering your clothing choices with the wrong mind frame.
I get that you are poor and don't have much money to spend, so you look at price tags that you can afford, and these only exist in H&M, Zara etc.
The thing is that you should take another parameter in account when buying clothing, it's the number of times you'll wear the item.

Your H&M shirts cost you $5 each, and you've worn them once. That's a total of : 5/1=5. It cost you $5 per wear.

So now let's say that you bought a Sunspel t-shirt for $70 instead, and kept wearing it once a week for 3 years.
There's 53 weeks in a year avg. so the calculation goes : 70/(3*53)=$0,44.

So 44cts per wear !

Not only would you have had a much prettier, much better fitting shirt (+more ethical production), but you would have wasted less and made a much better investment on the long term.

H&M, Zara, and other fast fashion brands make low quality, disposable clothes that won't last. The clothes seem like a deal because of the low price tag, but there's a good reason why it's so cheap.

Think long-term !
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>be me
>buy 20 dollars t shirts
>6 years later they still looks the same
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