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short sleeve shirt that you don't have to iron?

jammiev Avatar
5y, 7m agoPosted 5 years, 7 months ago
hi, anyone know where i can buy a short sleeve shirt that does not have to be ironed and still looks good?

thanks
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5y, 7m agoPosted 5 years, 7 months ago
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1 Like #1
lazy ****...lol
#2
Marks and Spencer are best. clicky
1 Like #3
get a girl she'll iron it for ya...simples!
1 Like #4
davidbeckham187
get a girl she'll iron it for ya...simples!


I don't iron my OH shirts X) Infact he tends to iron my stuff! :p
#5
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#6
i get my kids shirts from marks
#7
If you need a non-iron shirt Eton' shirts are expensive but really do not need ironing, I think the m & s ones do. However Eton seem to have stopped making short-sleeved shirts but some sellers still have some in stock like these companies. (I do not know these sellers though so cannot recommend them)
http://www.lifeclothing.co.uk/casual-shirts-c2/eton-blue-stripe-short-sleeve-shirt-p604
http://www.christopherscotney.co.uk/store/product.php?id=301?&cur=EUR
suspended#8
Why does it matter to you if it needs to be ironed, we have women for that sort of thing ;)
banned#9
I never iron anything of mine, including my work uniform which is supposed to be pressed trousers and shirt (but I'm alpha and do what I want at work), just wash then hang up to dry, gravity takes care of the creases, fold after drying, though the wife does the folding :)

I slap her if she tries to iron anything of mine, though she's taken to ironing our baby clothes which I just think is ridiculous.


Edited By: lumoruk on May 06, 2011 10:40
1 Like #10
Just hang it up once it is dry and it should be alright.

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