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    Jeans: Next, H&M
    T-Shirts: Primark mostly, but also from online retailers
    Shirts: H&M, Primark
    Underwear & Socks: Pringle
    Jackets: M&S, Burton, North Face, Berghaus
    Duster: Leather Addicts
    Shoes: Topman, Converse, Kombat UK (boots)
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    Almost everything I wear at the moment is from New Look, other than underwear from M&S, Matalan, and Primark. Shoes from Nike, New Look, and British Knights
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    (Original post by Rakas21)
    All Saints, Armani, DKNY, Calvin Klein, Diesel, Reiss. French Connection, Adidas, All Saints, Ted Baker, Firetrap.
    Finally, someone with decent taste.
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    French Connection, Hobbs, Reiss and LK Bennett for most of my clothing, such as coats, dresses and knitwear.

    Shoes tend to be Zara or Mango.

    Gym clothes Under Armour.

    Handbags from luxury fashion houses (Chanel, Givenchy, LV etc).
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    I mostly wear clothes and accessories from Massimo Dutti, Diesel, Zara, Asos, Nike, Adidas, Calvin Klein, Oysho, Calzedonia, Guess, Esprit, Moschino, Mango, Under Armour.
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    Converse, Puma, John Lewis,River Island, Jasper Conran, Ted Baker, Debhanams and New Look are my main ones.
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    (Original post by FashionStudent05)
    I'm a fashion student doing some research into brands worn by students, if you could answer my question it would be a great help. Please state what brands you wear and what items of clothing you usually buy from each brand.

    Example
    -River Island: Tops, trousers, shoes

    Thank you kindly.
    Well here you have a small list of my stuff.

    - YSL/ Givenchy: Pullover, BackPacks
    - Ralph Lauren (Purple Label): Polo, Sweatshirts, Blazers
    - Tommy Hilfiger: Trousers
    - Adidas Yeezy/Ultraboost: Trainers
    - Bottega Veneta/ Tod's/ Christian Louboutin/ etc.: other shoes
    - Canada Goose: Jackets


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    Forever 21
    Asos
    Topshop
    Nike
    Adidas
    New Look
    Boohoo
    Calvin Klein
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    Now: ASOS, Zara, Urban Outfitters, M&S, MANGO for clothes. Topshop, Miss Selfridge, Urban Outfitters, M&S, Superga for shoes.

    I window shop Oscar de la Renta, Valentino, Christian Louboutin, Manolo Blahnik :sigh:

    I used to shop in River Island, Topshop, Miss Selfridge etc, but I don't like these stores anymore because their clothes are stupidly expensive and the shops are too busy; there are too many places to look for clothes. They're also uninspiring. However, I think the shoes are very good quality and when they're on sale they're such good value.

    I buy jewellery from Monica Vinader and Dinny Hall.
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    Almost everything I wear, but the specially leather jacket or coat I always using from my favorite leather store A1fashiongoods.
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    Topshop or new look for coats and shoes
    Matalan for jeans
    Primark for everything else
    Moschino/Jeremy Scott as a treat when I can afford it
 
 
 

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