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#40 - mfw people think my clothes are expensive but my whole outfit …  [+] (5 replies) 09/27/2014 on Broke vs Rich +4
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#44 - bloodredspark (09/27/2014) [-]
Then you're not buying name-brand...that's what this is talking about.
#50 - caplocker (09/27/2014) [-]
I buy express jeans and AE jeans for 10-15.00 every single spring. Most "brand names" around here are mega cheap buying them in the off season.
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#51 - bloodredspark (09/27/2014) [-]
I've been seeing people wear Diamond Supply shirts a lot more, recently, which are about $30-$35 on their own.

I always forgot that there are still name-brand pants (hope that doesn't sound rude?). They just never seem like something people would notice when trying to go for an "expensive" or "cool kidz" look.
#56 - caplocker (09/27/2014) [-]
It's probably an age gap thing. At my age "name brand" has a much different meaning I think.

As far as name brand jeans and slacks, most certainly. I've owned walmart slacks and jeans. They're like cardboard. The worst part is, that shit is more expensive than quality brands.

Oddly enough, I have found out my favorite shorts on the planet are pretty fuckin lame for my age group. Tony Hawk brand is probably the most comfortable thing I've worn. Been buying a lot of them lately.
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#57 - bloodredspark (09/27/2014) [-]
Ah. Yeah, that's probably the difference in the whole 'name-brand' stuff.

Kinda interesting things you noted though. Might be something to keep in mind.