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What's your favourite clothing brand? That's the question we asked you in our big Loved By Students survey...and the results are in.

It was a close-fought contest, but in the end Topshop triumphed in first place, followed by H&M, then New Look in third.

Those brands bagged the top spots ahead of the likes of Superdry, Nike, adidas and Forever 21.

You can see all the results - including the full countdown from this category - in our Loved By Students section.

http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/cont...rands-students

What do you think of the winners in this category?
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Hello,
I think Nike is the best brand in worldwide market...
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I think Superdry and G-star are good.

The denim on G-star jeans last quite a long time.

And Superdry have the best jackets for comfort and fashion.
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I'd say this is pretty unrepresentative. I know barely anyone who still shops at Superdry...
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I think Topshop won because of its British associations: kate, cara etc...
It's a nice shop, but their sizing is smaller than elsewhere and their prices are quite high.

I'm not surprised those brands beat Nike and Addidas as they don't sell everyday clothing (well, they do but obviously sports-based). And superdry would eat up anyone's student loan :lol: I've never lived anywhere near Forever 21; it's American right? I suppose it's in London.

Thought River Island would be top three. My favourite one's probably New Look as it's stylish but reasonably priced xx
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UNIQLO
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(Original post by lktaior)
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I think Nike is the best brand in worldwide market...
Nike sells clothes? :confused:
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Nike sells clothes? :confused:
Hello,
Yes, sports apparels and this was in option...:rolleyes:
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Not sure anymore tbh.. Im starting to like smart casual clothes which you can buy from places like ASDA and Tesco, they do some nice stuff. I dont mind abit of supply and demand, but thinks like nike is tackie to me.

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Not sure anymore tbh.. Im starting to like smart casual clothes which you can buy from places like ASDA and Tesco, they do some nice stuff. I dont mind abit of supply and demand, but thinks like nike is tackie to me.

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Okay then would you like to go with custom made clothes....?
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Okay then would you like to go with custom made clothes....?
What u mean?

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What u mean?

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I mean to say. you can try custom fitted clothes by custom tailor or bespoke tailor.
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Superdry and ASOS should of been rated higher
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Where th is ralph lauren??:eek:

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Asos and Urban Outfitters are my personal favourites.
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(Original post by NeverTooLatte)
I think Topshop won because of its British associations: kate, cara etc...
It's a nice shop, but their sizing is smaller than elsewhere and their prices are quite high.

I'm not surprised those brands beat Nike and Addidas as they don't sell everyday clothing (well, they do but obviously sports-based). And superdry would eat up anyone's student loan :lol: I've never lived anywhere near Forever 21; it's American right? I suppose it's in London.

Thought River Island would be top three. My favourite one's probably New Look as it's stylish but reasonably priced xx
There's a big one in Glasgow now too

And tbh I'm not surprised top shop is so high I remember being in high school and being excited when I got my first ever top shop top. Tbh now I shop more in H&M and new look
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I do not agree. I don't know of anyone who still buys their clothes in Superdry.

I would have thought at least one of these would have been in the list:

Jaeger
Tommy Hilfiger
Ralph Lauren
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I do not agree. I don't know of anyone who still buys their clothes in Superdry.

I would have thought at least one of these would have been in the list:

Jaeger
Tommy Hilfiger
Ralph Lauren
Students? Don't think so
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Primark or h&m


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I'm surprised that Zara did not make it on there...
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