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No. I could easily afford it and I prefer plain clothes with zero logos or brand names visible. Its so tacky and disgusting. Waste of money. You can get good quality clothes that aren't brand whore crap. And the other secret is if you have a hot fit body, almost anything looks good on you even a ducking potato sack.10
my ex boyfriend was way to picky because he had a good bit of money he would moztly go fot the best o gear not cheap to be honest mix and match i hate people that use to say ure a jake if u can't always buy clothes that have a dear make well i like to mix and match evsn because i get a good bit of money av got to think of myself more not just my clothes to10
It’s not as worth it as it used to be a lot of that stuff is made in China now Burberry definitely does it. Like how jeans you bought 10 years ago still look new compared to ones you bought 6 months ago quality of everything is just mostly bad and not made to last so why waste money on names.41
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Nope, I'm not that much into designer stuff0
Why would I ever do that? Most of it is just overpriced trash. A $1,000 dollar pair of ripped jeans from a designer brand is still just a pair of ripped jeans. A $300 pair of sweatpants is still just sweatpants. You could just get that crap from Wal-Mart.
I prefer spending my money on well-made unique vintage items. All my true vintage pieces look brand new despite being from decades ago because the material is of high quality. A lot of them are one of kind from companies that don't exist anymore.30
No excluding a decent suit like a Brioni, Savile Row tailored or possibly a Zegna
I know a number of millionaires and most of them don't buy designer stuff, the guys have good suits and leather goods, the women have top shelf handbags (as liquid as cash or gold)12
I don't like the idea of spending more than I need to.
My style is basic and I play around with colour and like to rotate.
On top of price not always equaling quality, I also ask myself if I'm going to wear an item enough times to justify the price tag.0
My wardrobe consists of non-designer & designer clothing.
Many of my designer clothes were given to me by the designers themselves in exchange for wearing them in events for brand recognition & fashion exposure.
Sometimes, we both agree to auction off the designer dresses for charitable causes.10
I worked with a salesman who only wore bespoke attire. Everything from shoes up custom tailored. there's some neat videos on YouTube showing how they make bespoke suits and shoeshttps://www.youtube.com/embed/Z89RdEuCqSA0
Those are all ugly clothes for guy that you put for men. If I like expensive brands. It’s brands that make me look good. I like Saint Laurent, Hermes, Armani, and Salvatore Ferragamo. Those clothes make me look better. And their quality is pretty good. I got Salvatore sunglasses, and they’re my favorite sunglasses ever. I wear them everywhere. So it’s worth it for me. Because I like their clothes0
I would be picky. Many times I’ve seen the same shirts in macy’s as walmart. Same quality. About $80 difference in price. I was really looking for imperfections and couldn’t find them. I’m not about to feed greed.0
Depends on what you mean by designer clothes. If its burberry, balenciaga etc i would say pass. But if you means zuhair murad, mugler, and other haute cotoure, hell yes!!0
If I had a trillion dollars, I still would not care about designer anything. To me, that's just a scam - a way to exploit the insecurities of wealthy people.0
If you have the right style and body for it its worth doing, i lost about 8 stone and did that once i found my style and i didn't regret it0
I’d spend my money on something else. I don’t need super lux brands. Maybe I’d buy slightly nicer clothes but that’s about it.0
Yeah. I mean, its not often, but I have a burberry trench. I love it, especially in the winter time.0
I would. If I had the cash it would be suits from Savile Row in London and shirts made in Hong Kong.0
I have the money to... buy I do not buy overpriced stuff
I'm buying property and land instead0
Not as a rule, though I'd buy a couple of good suits & dress shirts bespoke from a local tailor, but never 'designer' brands, you're buying for the label with no guarantee of quality to go with the price.0
I have the money, but rarely buy "designer" clothes. The reason being that I buy quality clothes - not simply designer.0
Nah. I need something to cover my body, not clothes made by some mofo I won't remember.0
I'm sure I'd buy some, but I'll never give up on my converse or birkenstocks0
Fuck that. I rather stick to buying consignment clothes. I dont need fancy ugly shit.0
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Honestly? Only for practical purposes or special occasions; if it’s stylish, comfortable, and tailor made to fit me, sure. It’s only if I have money to burn, and definitely not for a whole wardrobe. Typically I find name brand stuff to be only for the name brand unless it’s known for quality clothing.
I’d actually much more rather learn how to make my own designs and create my own clothing for me to wear, so I can be stylish, artistic, and able to add my own touch.
and also to actually have more purple clothing because they are hard for me to find, but that’s besides the point-