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    (Original post by RedArrow)
    I bought a formal white shirt - within 2 months (wear it once every week) starting splitting somewhere around the sleeves

    I bought another formal white shirt - within 8-10t months (wear it 3 times a month) threads started coming out and eventually tore itself a apart.

    I bought the same white formal shirt - 2 months ago - (wore it once a week) started splitting from the sleeves, back and probably elsewhere.

    Low quality stuff tbh
    Just out of pure curiosity why do you keep buying the same shirt?
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    (Original post by Edo123)
    Just out of pure curiosity why do you keep buying the same shirt?
    no brains
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    (Original post by Edo123)
    Just out of pure curiosity why do you keep buying the same shirt?
    I have 5 white shirts in my wardrobe right now. Different collars and whatevers but the color is white.


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    (Original post by RedArrow)
    I have 5 white shirts in my wardrobe right now. Different collars and whatevers but the color is white.


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    Why do you buy the same shirt from Zara, even though in your experience, they haven't been the best of quality,
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    (Original post by tehforum)
    Why do you buy the same shirt from Zara, even though in your experience, they haven't been the best of quality,
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    It's popular in my part of the world. But the third shirt's demise kinda broke my covenant with Zara....


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    (Original post by RedArrow)
    ?

    It's popular in my part of the world


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    Couldn't you have gone elsewhere about your bad experience?
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    (Original post by tehforum)
    Couldn't you have gone elsewhere about your bad experience?
    You are dumb and I'm done with your silly questions


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    (Original post by RedArrow)
    You are dumb and I'm done with your silly questions


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    Keep buying poor quality shirts.

    Throw your money away.

    Perhaps you could save money by buying shirts elsewhere, and use the leftover for anger management.
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    (Original post by tehforum)
    Keep buying poor quality shirts.

    Throw your money away.

    Perhaps you could save money by buying shirts elsewhere, and use the leftover for anger management.
    1) I give the universe 3 chances to screw up before I pass my final final judgement

    2) I'm don't foresee myself buying anythin from Zara

    3) I will buy from a formal from H&M soon


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    Zara is totally overpriced and i don't know why people shop there. The quality blows for what you pay.


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    (Original post by RedArrow)
    1) I give the universe 3 chances to screw up before I pass my final final judgement

    2) I'm don't foresee myself buying anythin from Zara

    3) I will buy from a formal from H&M soon


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    Fair enough.
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    Zara is a Spanish chain. The stock they sell in Spain is top notch! Clearly they sell the rejects and unsold items to the UK. It's my least favourite shop here but my favourite over there.

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    (Original post by Jebedee)
    Zara is a Spanish chain. The stock they sell in Spain is top notch! Clearly they sell the rejects and unsold items to the UK. It's my least favourite shop here but my favourite over there.

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    If you have the money, shop at Massimo Dutti.

    Owned by the same parent company, but the quality and styling is a lot better.
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    (Original post by tehforum)
    If you have the money, shop at Massimo Dutti.

    Owned by the same parent company, but the quality and styling is a lot better.
    Never seen one before. Is it just in London or something?
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    (Original post by Jebedee)
    Never seen one before. Is it just in London or something?
    I think so.

    Shop online.

    http://www.massimodutti.com/gb/en/
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    Bunch of girls talking abt clothes ^^^^^^*


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    Disposable fashion.
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      (Original post by yellowcopter)
      No where specifically but I know that Uniqlo and H&M are quite good quality.
      my favourites :lovedup:
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      The clothing is very cheap.
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      (Original post by + polarity -)
      my favourites :lovedup:
      I like Uniqlo best, they have nice basics and I like their cool UT collection t-shirts.
     
     
     
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