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Dickie

Posted by jenson13 (My Page) on
Tue, Nov 6, 12 at 7:38

Does anyone know where u can buy a dickie? I like to put a turtleneck one under my sweaters in this weather, but mine are all getting ragged and can't find them anywhere?


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That is exactly what I am looking for. Thanks a bunch.


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At the link below are ones Made in the US for $3.75. Shipping is $6.35 but they will combine shipping if ordering more than one item. Shipping is free, for 6 or more dickies.

Here is a link that might be useful: Click to view larger image Sell one like this Mock Turtleneck Dickies. Neck warmers. One size fits most. Cotton. Made in USA


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I would look at goodwill, or salvation stores... and buy one, and if you really want a dickie, cut yourself one, you really don't need to sew much.

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Moni


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I found a bunch of brand new ones for my mom at goodwill, they didn't know what they were and had put them in the children's shirts section.

Here's some at Blair

Here is a link that might be useful: Blair


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I bought a really pretty gold one from Stein Mart years back, on sale for $.99. Still have the tag on it. Never worn it.

Want it?


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This site lists several sources, the ones at the holiday site are so cute they are not just turtle neck but other styles too.

Here is a link that might be useful: Link


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I don't know if they have them now but I have bought them at Walmart.


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I always see them at thrift stores such as Goodwill and Salvation army.


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