I only buy things from charity shops if they are one of those fancy companies... I do buy costumes on ebay...(Original post by chocoholic.)
I've been downgraded to clearance shops. Last week I brought a pair of chinos from Newlook clearance for £5!
lol! I'm not a fan of charity shops (not that theres anything wrong with them), they just always look a bit depressing.
But most of my clothes are just primark :P
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- 04-12-2011 20:58
- 04-12-2011 20:59
- 04-12-2011 21:02
- 04-12-2011 22:21
Topman for generic plain T-shirts
Fred Perry for Polo shirts and V neck jumpers
Jump The Gun and Mikkel Rude for shirts
Jump The Gun for trousers
Royal Mer for warm jumpers
Loake/Grenson for shoes
Don't buy stuff for the brand, it's just they're the brands that make the sort of stuff I like and do consistently good stuff.
- 04-12-2011 22:26
Any Zara label
- 05-12-2011 17:06
Hollister,A&F,Topman,Primark,UO, New Look (very occasionaly)
- 05-12-2011 21:27
Whatever looks good and is quite cheap! Although my favourite top is American Eagle, I generally shop in primark or burtons (sometimes top man and next)
I think superdry looks good, but wayyyy too overpriced!
Least favourites are Abercrombie and Hollister.
- 07-12-2011 01:41
- 07-12-2011 01:55
hugo boss, ralph lauren, barbour, norse projects, lyle & scott.Last edited by conflict; 07-12-2011 at 02:09.
- 07-12-2011 01:56
TK Maxx - what you can get in JD for £55, I can get in tk maxx for a relatively cheaper price.
Primark & Peacocks - I'm a guy and I can admit that I do shop there sometimes.
Matalan and also H&M.
Point of the story is, you don't have to necessarily wear louis vuitton, gucci, burberry or whatever to make yourself stand out. I know some of my friends that think this but they don't realise how much of a fool they look/sound sometimes.
Edit: I just realised the thread was about 'brands'. Well I do most of my shopping pretty much at those stores ^^^ so you get the drift.Last edited by *Hakz*; 07-12-2011 at 01:58.
- 07-12-2011 02:23
American Apparel, ASOS, Topman for stuff like jeans, the odd Fred Perry polo for when I wanna look smart! A couple of band t shirts, I freakin' love my Weezer top.
Shoes wise, various different brands of plimsole type shoes, Nike, Vans, Fred Perry, I did have a Jack Jones pair until they became unwearable due to being absolutely ruined!
What I wear pretty much everyday is literally just a plain t shirt (various colours, usually from ASOS), a grey or blue American Apparel hoody, Jeans and some plimsoles in worse condition than a homeless mans shoes!Last edited by Cll_ws; 07-12-2011 at 02:37.
- 07-12-2011 02:35
- 07-12-2011 02:52
Topshop, New Look, ASOS pretty much! standard teenage girl places.
(just got really sad as i realised I'm actually 20 now and no longer a teenager, sob)
edit: why the neg?Last edited by petal1991; 08-12-2011 at 03:31.
- 03-01-2012 17:22
H&M, Jack Wills, Zara, Ralph Lauren, Hollister, River Island, TK Maxx (often find some bargins in there) and the TU in Sainsburys good for basics & jeansLast edited by headbands,; 03-01-2012 at 17:24.
- 03-01-2012 17:26
Charity shop stuff YEAH
- 03-01-2012 17:28
Glamour Kills, Hell Bunny, Criminal Damage, Iron Fist, Converse & David & Goliath
- 03-01-2012 17:33
Primark ftw! :P lets face it you could buy a shirt in Jack Wills for £35...but that's like 14 t shirts in Primark land xD
- 03-01-2012 21:00
Pull and Bear! Although if I'm looking for decent trousers or shoes, Bershka too. Zara's nice too!
..I think I have a thing for spanish companies, haha.
- 04-01-2012 12:06
They're all made in the same Pakistani sweatshop, so what's the difference other than that you're wasting your money on paying for a big fat logo that says "I am a massive ****er".
Clothing brands are a stupidity tax. Keep on coughing it up, morons.
- 04-01-2012 12:08
Whatever brand band T-shirts are.