need t-shirts for winter!

  1. I'm looking for good (and inexpensive) tshirts to layer under my scrubs for winter. I want long sleeve, and color is optional. I just don't want the sleeves to get big and floppy after many (or a few) handwashings.
    Also, want then to hold up for atleast one season. Can't afford to keep buying t-shirts every week

    Any suggestions?

    Thanks!!
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  2. 10 Comments

  3. by   catlady
    I've always done well with good quality men's T-shirts. They seem to hold up better and be more comfortable than women's.
  4. by   thida
    where did you get them? What store/mall? I want to buy that too but don' t know where to find and what exactly is it called?
  5. by   nicuRN2007
    Quote from nextnursedani
    I'm looking for good (and inexpensive) tshirts to layer under my scrubs for winter. I want long sleeve, and color is optional. I just don't want the sleeves to get big and floppy after many (or a few) handwashings.
    Also, want then to hold up for atleast one season. Can't afford to keep buying t-shirts every week

    Any suggestions?

    Thanks!!
    I get them from Old Navy. Good quality long sleeve tees for a good price.
  6. by   traumaRUs
    I bought mine from Lands End and absolutely love the quality. I had mine for 5 years and they were going strong still!
  7. by   marilynmom
    I just bought a whole bunch of long sleeve t-shirts at Target and Old Navy. $10 each and really cute and comfy!
  8. by   INnurse
    Old Navy for sure!
  9. by   smoo
    Old Navy and Wal Mart!!

    smoo
  10. by   ICRN2008
    I bought mine at Gap and they're holding up very well.
  11. by   thumperRN
    I don't know if you have a ShopKo in your region or not, but that's wear I get mine. They are sooo comfy and are most usually on sale for around $6 to $8 - they have been pretty durable for me as some of them I've had for a couple of years. They also wash well (I use bleach) except of course with the colored ones. Good luck shopping. :wink2:
  12. by   missninaRN
    Another vote for Old Navy and Gap t-shirts.
    At Old Navy I get the tiny fit tees because I don't like a lot of bulk under my tops. At Gap I usually buy the seamless ones in the GapBody department for the same reason-lighter weight and more fitted.
    And Old Navy has their long sleeved tees at $10 each when you buy two or more.

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