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Does anyone know where I can get designer clothing. I don't care about brands and stuff plus i'm not really materialistic to buy a jacket for £300 which would cost £30 without the logo.

But, I wanted to change my style so I follow a few guys on instagram for ideas and sometimes the designer clothes actually have nice patterns etc.. so does anyone know a place you can rent designer clothes, I know there' some sort of store to rent designer clothes in London but i'm from Birmingham. OR does anyone know a good fake designer store, I know a lot of cities have a big fake market somewhere in dodgy areas but anything online??
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Does anyone know where I can get designer clothing. I don't care about brands and stuff plus i'm not really materialistic to buy a jacket for £300 which would cost £30 without the logo.

But, I wanted to change my style so I follow a few guys on instagram for ideas and sometimes the designer clothes actually have nice patterns etc.. so does anyone know a place you can rent designer clothes, I know there' some sort of store to rent designer clothes in London but i'm from Birmingham. OR does anyone know a good fake designer store, I know a lot of cities have a big fake market somewhere in dodgy areas but anything online??
I’d recommend Bicester Village Designer Outlet. That’s where I get most of my clothes 🙂
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I’d recommend Bicester Village Designer Outlet. That’s where I get most of my clothes 🙂
Do they have a website or anything?
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I’d recommend Bicester Village Designer Outlet. That’s where I get most of my clothes 🙂
Or another outlet since not everyone lives in the midlands
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Cheshire Oaks or York Designer Outlet have good deals. I get most of my things from Cheshire Oaks. It’s a bit of a travel from Birmingham though
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Do they have a website or anything?
https://www.tbvsc.com/bicester-village/en
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Or another outlet since not everyone lives in the midlands
It's close to Oxford and has a direct train from London. It's also not in the Midlands :rolleyes:
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Does anyone know where I can get designer clothing. I don't care about brands and stuff plus i'm not really materialistic to buy a jacket for £300 which would cost £30 without the logo.

But, I wanted to change my style so I follow a few guys on instagram for ideas and sometimes the designer clothes actually have nice patterns etc.. so does anyone know a place you can rent designer clothes, I know there' some sort of store to rent designer clothes in London but i'm from Birmingham. OR does anyone know a good fake designer store, I know a lot of cities have a big fake market somewhere in dodgy areas but anything online??
Oh whoops didn't realise you want to rent them...I would just buy a few nice pieces tbh. How much do you have to spend?
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Oh whoops didn't realise you want to rent them...I would just buy a few nice pieces tbh. How much do you have to spend?
I do spend a bit when I shop occasionally £400-2000 maybe every 2-3 months, but with that I buy like 30 items from ASOS etc. For designer i'd just want to rent or buy fakes otherwise with £2000 i'd only get like 4-8 items.
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Thrift shop.
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I do spend a bit when I shop occasionally £400-2000 maybe every 2-3 months, but with that I buy like 30 items from ASOS etc. For designer i'd just want to rent or buy fakes otherwise with £2000 i'd only get like 4-8 items.
Umm not really. At Bicester I've found discounts of over £300 of the RRP. A jacket I got recently from Ralph Lauren was originally £500, I got it for £150
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Umm not really. At Bicester I've found discounts of over £300 of the RRP. A jacket I got recently from Ralph Lauren was originally £500, I got it for £150
I know I appreciate the recommendation. A lot of my friends go to Bicester Village like once a year since it's far. I didn't know it was known for this reason. But I guess for me, I'd only be able to go there once a year or so too so it doesn't really work out. If I were to go, i'd want to at least save £5000 and buy a lot otherwise it'd be a waste to go for a few items.
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Does anyone know where I can get designer clothing. I don't care about brands and stuff plus i'm not really materialistic to buy a jacket for £300 which would cost £30 without the logo.

But, I wanted to change my style so I follow a few guys on instagram for ideas and sometimes the designer clothes actually have nice patterns etc.. so does anyone know a place you can rent designer clothes, I know there' some sort of store to rent designer clothes in London but i'm from Birmingham. OR does anyone know a good fake designer store, I know a lot of cities have a big fake market somewhere in dodgy areas but anything online??
Depop is good (it's online not an actual store). Most of it is second hand though.
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