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    What are your favourite clothes brands? Thought this would be an interesting conversation Mine are SuperDry, ASOS, Topshop and River Island.
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    MA Strum, CP Company, Stone Island, Dolce & Gabbana, Burberry, Armani, Versace, Paul Smith, Ted Baker, Lacoste, One True Saxon, Hugo Boss, Pretty Green. My single favourite varies from season to season, but these make up the majority of my wardrobe.
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    Armani, Gucci, Ralph Lauren, Dolce & Gabbana, Versace and Yves Saint Laurent, cuz I'm rich innit...
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    Whatever is cheap and decent looking.
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    wow tsr probably does have the worst fashion forum on the internet.

    APC, Burberry Prorsum, Lanvin, Kitsune


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    Armani, Gucci, Ralph Lauren, Dolce & Gabbana, Versace and Yves Saint Laurent, cuz I'm rich innit...
    all of those are actually quite cheap. i can't believe ralph lauren made it into your hypothetical expensive list.
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    (Original post by toofaforu)
    wow tsr probably does have the worst fashion forum on the internet.

    APC, Burberry Prorsum, Lanvin, Kitsune



    all of those are actually quite cheap. i can't believe ralph lauren made it into your hypothetical expensive list.
    What can I say, I know jack **** about rich people's fashion.
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    It's more about the item I'm interested in purchasing, or the item that catches my attention, than the brand itself.

    In terms of brands that I'll repeatedly choose items from, it depends on my budget at that time as well as what I'm looking for. When the student loan instalment or a pay day has just been and I'm looking for an item such as a coat, I'll opt for brands such as Vivienne Westwood or Paul Smith. If less money is available and I'm looking for something that'll last, I'll usually start by heading to Superdry or All Saints. If I just need things like plain t-shirts or stop-gap clothes, then somewhere cheap like H&M is usually a safe bet.
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    Holliser for T's/Hoodies. Jeans/boots/coats/Leather jacket's from Allsaints.
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    RI, Topman, Burton, Uniqlo, Hollister, A&F, FF, F21, H&M

    Tbh, if i see something I like i'll buy it. Not really fussed about brand lol
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    i'm reeeeeally picky, so i never like anything
    but republic shoes are bangin, i can't lie
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    topshop!!!! and zara, but most of the clothes i own are topshop
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    I don't like change and i stick to the same brands for different things.

    Coach
    BCBG
    GUESS
    Romeo & Juliet Couture
    XOXO
    Buffalo
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    H and M
    Burton
    Stuff from Uniqlo
    Adidas
    Nike
    Most of my stuff are from random brands
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    Hackett, Paul Smith, Gant, Hilfiger, Gas Jeans, APC, Sisley and soon 3sixteen I reckon.
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    G-Star
    Levi's
    Adidas
    Nike
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    I like Crafted shirts. Apart from that, I just buy whatever is cheap and comfortable.
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    Low end: Uniqlo, American Apparel
    Mid/high end: Reiss, Cos, APC, Edwin, Folk, Norse Projects, Ralph Lauren, Oliver Spencer

    Awful ripoff brands that I wouldn't touch with a barge pole: Diesel, Superdry, G-Star, All Saints, Armani Exchange, Hugo Boss, Dolce & Gabbana etc
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    Penfield, FjallRaven, Lacoste, Ralph Lauren, Barbour, Casual Co, Norse Projects.
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    Desigual and Sephora
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    Most of my clothes are from Gap and Burton. It still looks decent and is no where near as exspensive as other more high street brands (Hollister, Abercrombie and Fitch, Superdry etc.).
 
 
 
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