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this is true. especially in high school girls date the good looking guys with the expensive clothes. sometimes i buy nice clothes like an armada hoodie but I also only have 1 pair of jeans and my shoes were $40. I'll admit sometimes I can be a shallow person and wish I could date a hot ass cunt for a few weeks then dump her.
Agreed, add Hollister to that list while you're at it.
I can respect people who buy designer clothes, thats their choice to make. Just as long as they're using their own money to buy it.
I have multiple pairs of expensive shoes. I like the look of the shoe, the colors, the creativity, the materials. I'm kind of a sneaker head. I'd rather sport something beautiful on my feet than a hideous pair of shoes. I also like the fact that they are limited, they stand out, not everyone else has them. There not played, you can't get em at footlocker.
I like nice clothes too. Like not gucci sweaters that go for hundreds of dollars. But I have spent $40 on a shirt or hat. You pay for what you get. A sick limited design and great materials.
How could you not want to wear something nice? Its not like I feel that I am better than someone wearing regular shoes or clothes, its just that I like wearing nicer shit.
you make it sound like designer company's dont make their shit in factory's. Like im not saying the quality is the same because it obviously is not but still the reason there is a $200 difference in these shirts isnt the quality, its the name. honestly. if anything it should be a $20 difference no more. i mean you make it sound like Gap shirts are mad eout of lint( if thats possible) and gucci shirts are made out of some fire repellent, bullet proof ,never rinkle, stain proof shit.
i mean they do use a better material, stitche's are better, higer thread count etc... but still like if you look at a designer and a cheaper brand sometime's you actually cant tell the difference.
if you were to take an old navy shirt and put Dolce and Gabanna on it i bet people would still pay $120 for it.
well i didnt mean fake like say if dolce and gabanna was to take an old navy shirt and put there logo on it themselv's. but yea its just an example im not actually suggesting that they would ever go that low but i still think people would buy it. and yes i do agree with the part about the silk and hand made stuff because that shit is actuall quality but still some designers make t-shirts and they all still come from china and shit. What im saying is for lots of things it simply come's down to one thing and one thing only, brand name, and thats what determine's the price. but other things yea quality is actually huge im not doubting that like jackets would be a big thing, a nice armani leather jacket is going to last a fuck load longer( and look better) than something from Gap.
Im kinda right in the middle of this argument, like i do have the money to wear designer clothes( like im not loaded but if i were to give up a couple things i could) but i choose not to. Do i have some designer clothes, yes, do i also wear cheaper non designer brands, yes. I basically wear what i like. I cant justify paying over $25 for a t-shirt, but thats just me( cheap) im basically a huge bargain hunter. My friends give me shit for it but i dont care. For example i think ed hardy shit is sick but i would never pay $100 for a t-shirt, on my usuall budget $100 would buy me like 7 shirts.
i can see what your saying but whenever you have this many memeber on a forum talking about something( no matter how small of a topic) it always turns into a heated debate. But when you thnk of it the initial post kind of encouraged it i mean obviously the guys who wear designer/ expensive clothe's are going to take offence.
and this is the non-ski gabber.
I do see your point, and yes debates do get heated but i just thought there were better things to worry about other than the types of clothes...
yes this is the non-ski gabber, there are better things to talk about other than designer clothes, but that is just me