Fill in, what would be the maximum you would pay for these things, and also say what you would find overpriced.
T shirt: I would pay 40 dollars maximum, and a tshirt over 60 is overpriced in my opinion
Sweater: 60 dollars, overpriced: 100 dollars
Jeans: 100 dollars, overpriced: over 150
Tanktops/etc: 20 dollars, overpriced 30 dollars
Shoes: Depends... Hmm tough choice lol, I mean girls love shoes! xD I think if I would have a lot of money, the maximum I would spend would be around 500 dollars. Overpriced: 2000 dollars or more
Underwear and lingerie: Bra's: 50 dollars maximum, overpriced: 70 dollars
Underwear: Panties: 15 dollars a pair maximum, overpriced: 25
Accessories (jewelry, watches, etc) 200 dollars maximum, overpriced: 1000 dollars or more
Handbags and suitcases for traveling: Handbags: 200 dollars maximum, overpriced: 1000 dollars
That's it I think? :D
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T-shirt - I don't know max, but its overpriced at 40.
Sweater - depends on fabric. I mainly buy wool sweaters, so I've paid up to 100 at least, above 200 its getting overpriced imho no matter what its made of.
jeans - depends on fabric. selvedge is gonna cost more. No reason to cost more then a couple hundred even for the best.
shoes - I've gone close to 400. overpriced? idk. you can get a fully bespoke shoe for sub 2k so 2k + is definitely over, lol. I'd have to be really damn rich to spend 1k on shoes.
watches - anything sub $500 is considered a 'poor man's watch' online. I'm assuming we're talking mechanical watches. If its some battery operated thing, $5 is overpriced :D I'd be happy to wear a $5k or so watch if I could afford it, but I can't.
suitcases? idk. handbags, I've spent 200+ on a vintage handbag for my wife. Note that crocodile is not cheap.
Generally a lot of branded stuff is overpriced unless its on discount. Some if it then becomes good value. Most 'brands' are slapping their label on stuff made by someone else and they mark the price up, but then they clear it all out at the end of the year and often have deeper sales then the original maker would.1