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    somewhere below £20
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    £20
    283
    21.55%
    £40
    455
    34.65%
    £60
    181
    13.79%
    £80
    58
    4.42%
    £100
    34
    2.59%
    somewhere above £100
    57
    4.34%

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    (Original post by Tsrsarahhhh)
    Ikr what else are you supposed to wear on an every day basis??
    He's high class like ermagerd
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    (Original post by 0to100)
    What even are those? Paki kilts?
    loooool
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    Probably about £80-100
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    I've never seen a pair of jeans less then $80 that are good quality
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    Most of my jeans cost £80-100, so I'd cap it at around £150-200. £200 seems absurd to me for a pair of jeans lmao..
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    £20, if they were REALLY nice.
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    £150 maximum for a good quality jeans.

    Generally speaking however I only spend about £50-£60 on most pairs and I have 5 pairs of jeans.
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    £40 - I spent £80-£100 on jeans a lot when i was in my late teens . What a waste of money
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    I am not a narcissist so under £20. I'm not paying 5000% markup for a bit of cloth that costs a pittance for a peon to manufacture. I've been to where they are made. I think people are mad to spend so much. It doesn't go to the people there. £20 or over is mind boggling. You're being ripped off.

    If you really want to spend so much on jeans buy a ticket to the third world, buy enough pairs to fill all your luggage for next to nothing, take it home and sell half of them with such a markup it will pay for your plane ticket. At the cost of production you can easily get 100 pairs for £200.

    You just have to be discerning about quality. Some places let it slip but otherwise find the right place and for £2 a pair you can't get significantly higher quality.
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    (Original post by 0to100)
    ...What do you wear then if not jeans...
    Chinos and suits.
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    I spent £140 for a pair of Evisu jeans.
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    Where do you get jeans for under £20 for a women. Need advice
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    I've never spent more than a tenner on jeans. Branding means nothing to me, and they usually end up getting wrecked anyway.
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    (Original post by Larissa14)
    Where do you get jeans for under £20 for a women. Need advice
    ebay
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    (Original post by TheDboyAi)
    ebay
    Can you send clothes from eBay back?
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    (Original post by Larissa14)
    Can you send clothes from eBay back?
    a majority of sellers do accept returns, but to be sure , always check their returns policy just in case. i'll be ordering a bunch of stuff on there soon
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    (Original post by Larissa14)
    Where do you get jeans for under £20 for a women. Need advice
    H&M and New Look do jeans for under £20.
    I generally don't like paying £20 or more for jeans but I would stretch to £40 if I was feeling rich and really wanted a pair.
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    (Original post by King Scorchy)
    As it currently stands, £10.

    With unlimited money, £100. And no more. And they'd have to be of excellent quality.
    No more than £100 with unlimited money? unlimited...?
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    (Original post by TheDboyAi)
    a majority of sellers do accept returns, but to be sure , always check their returns policy just in case. i'll be ordering a bunch of stuff on there soon
    Hey thanks, that for letting me know. I get wary from ordering online, only really order from asos.
 
 
 
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