Mainly clothes wise, how important is it for women that the guy wears brand names. Is having a shirt like this one link really justifiable at that price? Don't say quality because you know the materials and workmanship is not why that t-shirt cost 130 dollars. What attire would you be fine dishing out for the best and what would you say it is pointless to? I usually only dish out on jackets, jeans, and occasionally shoes but that is because I know this stuff lasts for many years.
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The only clothes I buy new are socks, underwear, bras and shoes. Everything else I get at second hand stores. I've never spent more than five dollars on a pair of jeans and four/five on a shirt. It just doesn't make sense to me. They're all the same, they're going to keep you warm and cover you up some just try to pretend they're better. I also hate wearing brand names. I really, really despise it. I don't want to be a walking billboard and I don't want people staring at me trying to read my shirt that really isn't that funny after thirty minutes.
I like looking professional and nice. I only own two pairs of jeans and any tshirts I have are either patterned or have a simple, elegant kind of picture on them. No shirt from a brand name store like American Eagle, A&F or any of those is going to look tidy and professional because they've got their logo plastered all over it.
Even if they didn't I could still find a nicer shirt for one tenth of the price at my local Savers. Not to mention Saver's has a lot more cool, unique and fun sh*t than any famous, brand name store does.1