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    What do you think of Abercrombie and Fitch ?
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    Sexy models!
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    I meant when you see people wearing it ?
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    As a non-UK TSRer, here's my perspective:

    - Probably middle class (not the British middle class which basically means you have a good to stratospheric income but aren't a Sir, the US middle class ie 40-120k USD a year family)
    - Probably hasn't graduated from high school
    - Not terribly original but with a decent sense of aesthetics

    As soon as you leave school it's time to wear big boys clothes IMO, and I wouldn't rank A&F, American Eagle and co. as such.
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    IN the UK it would mean you're pretty well off
    Well thats what I think...when I could spend a tenner on a tshirt from say h and m newlook or primark, why would i spend twenty to thirty quid on it? Get me? Unless it was a present in which case its okay....
    still its pretty overpriced here...as is hollister and superdry etc
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    I think silly person should have gone to hollister as most of the stuff is exactly the same, produced by the same company with the same materials, except Holister has lower prices. I don't get it my self.
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    (Original post by omnomnom1234)
    IN the UK it would mean you're pretty well off
    Well thats what I think...when I could spend a tenner on a tshirt from say h and m newlook or primark, why would i spend twenty to thirty quid on it? Get me? Unless it was a present in which case its okay....
    still its pretty overpriced here...as is hollister and superdry etc
    Well off? A&F is 99% style clothing.
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    (Original post by Bud Fox)
    Well off? A&F is 99% style clothing.
    WEll off as in wealthy
    Yeah I know they are kinda nice...but its still kinda expensive here....
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    Pretty much lazy/comfort wear, it's more fad than fashion really. Well produced stuff which is ok to when you're at college/uni etc.

    You look a little daft if you're a man 30 + plus sat in a bar with Abercrombie splashed over your chest.
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    I'm wearing one now... only because it's covered by a jumper
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    (Original post by omnomnom1234)
    WEll off as in wealthy
    Yeah I know they are kinda nice...but its still kinda expensive here....
    You misunderstood me. It's the 99% of people who buy it, not the 1%.
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    If I'm not in L.A, Cali or any place that's warm and deems owning beach bum wear I think 'misplaced'.
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    Hate it
    I work at hollister and hate that too
    just had to spend £60 on new summer unifrom urgh
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    I personally like it, because they have really nice basics. "A bit overpriced" is true - everywhere in Europe it is. That's why I prefer Hollister, they have pretty much the same collection. I think the stuff for boys at Abercrombie and Hollister is cooler than that for girls though :-(

    (Original post by Eldedu)
    - Not terribly original but with a decent sense of aesthetics
    true!

    And it depends on the colours you wear ... I'd only buy grey, white, navy, dark red at Abercrombie, I don't really like their colourful pieces ...

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