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This edition of where to buy is for something essential, but seemingly difficult to buy. It wasn’t that long ago that it was virtually impossible to get yourself a cute graph/printed t-shirt that wasn’t just a men’s polo passing off as plus size wear. Which is ridiculous because nothing says I kind of hate my body and would like to hide it better than an ill fitting men’s tee. Most of the time, you know. So here are some brands doing cool things with t-shirts. There are more out there, but I just chose three. Here they are;

Mink Denim T-Shirts

Mink Denim.

This brand, available through MYER make some awesome t-shirts. The range is a little low online at the moment, I blame the change of season, but they are still worth a look. Cute graphic tee’s, great colours and flattering cuts and fits. For a while MYER was the only place to go, nearby, that sold decent fashionable stuff for plus size women. Mink denim caters mostly for the young and hip amongst us. I’ve seen other’s with owl prints, birds, butterflies. All sorts of things. Always worth a look and now available online at MYER.

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Fat Mandi t-shirts

Fat Mandi.

Gah! The range by Aussie cool chick Rebel Wilson this range is small but packs a bit of a punch. I mean, cupcakes and doughnuts on your boobs, if that doesn’t scream look at me, I don’t know what does! Haha. As you can imagine anything that Rebel puts her name to is young and fresh and funky. These tee’s are just that. Don’t go over to big cartel looking for a massive selection, this is it. I hope she adds more soon though. Maybe that Fat Amy for President one? That’d be cool.

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Tiny Hobo for Custom Plus T-ShirtsTiny Hobo for Custom Plus.

I was sent a t-shirt by custom plus after I, errr awkward, asked for one to review. I included it in an outfit post and it did really well for outgoing clicks because you guys, like me, wanted something cute and funky and the Tiny Hobo Make Coffee Not War t-shirt was just that. I love it and it shows. The brands involved shared the image on their social media and I still get the occasional click through from those shares. They are a comfortable tee with a cute {and so far long wearing after 20+ wears} print. What’s not to love. And if size positive messages are your thing, there are lots of curvy cartoon cuties to be found there. The plus size cat woman is my current new favourite.

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Happy Shopping. The end!