- Large amounts of inexpensive clothes53% (16)52% (11)53% (27)Vote
- Small amounts of expensive, name brand clothing47% (14)48% (10)47% (24)Vote
I'm more in the middle to be honest with you I do a lot of yard work and mess around outside a lot so practical but good clothing is what I prefer but I also like looking good so I buy more expensive but classy clothes as well. Luckily my family is full of classy guys with lots of clothes they don't wear anymore so I have a wealth of dress pants, nice shirts, suit, sports coats, formal wear and the like.
I do find buying high end brand name clothes to be kind of silly though as you are mostly just paying for the name and that's it.
I do both actually.
In the middle. I get all my shit from TopMan, River Island, Burtons and ASOS. With the odd exception of Primark.
large amounts of inexpensive comfortable t shirts, sweats, hoodies.
small amount of expensive jeans, jackets , dress shirts
I buy clothes depending on if they are on sale or if I need it. I do both basically, depending on the quality.
Expensive Cabelas, Carhart and Deluth Trading clothing that is double stitched and robust but more expansive is better than cheap cloths
how about small amount of cheap clothes?, it is really my last favorite thing to do, to be honest , lol
I buy name brand but only when it's on sale.
i dont spend much money for clothes... well exept of my DVS sneakers and my Suits
large amounts i prefer to be more pragmatic
Expensive clothes are for rich people. I'm just willing to get dressed up well.
Bit of both
I want more clothes!
Both. Actually I try to buy some stuff cheap so I can pay more money on stuff that actually matter. I buy cheap T-shirts and pants, so I can save for a pair of leather ankle boots, a pretty dress or sunglasses.
Expensive clothes last longer and are made better
I do both. With tshirts I bulk buy them when they're cheap. Underwear and bras I buy them bulk when they are expensive as I've started to like Victoria Secret underwear. Buying bulk from there is cheaper then just buying one.
It doesn't have to be name brand or anything but expensive clothes do tend to look better and hold up longer. I like just focusing on one outfit when I decide to shop. So I'll pick out either a dress or a top/bottom, shoes, and accessories. It builds up over time.
Name brand, no. Expensive yes. I'm not a big shopper, but occasionally I do see something I love but is a bit expensive. And since I don't really shop for clothes much, I can handle it financially.
large amount of inexpensive clothes, i will be swiping that card at the thrift shop
on limited funds you have to be careful with money so large amounts of inexpensive clothes
Vote A. Not interested in paying for the name.
Small amount of expensive clothes.