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These guys basically telling people if a designer piece doesn't look like a billboard advertisement for the desingers name it's not worth it and if you buy a piece of desinger you can't mix it with another desinger in the same fit and when making a fit you gotta follow what the mannequin looks like 😂 you guys have no style
So your expecting a glass of champagne and the sales assistant to be sucking you off because your spending $300/£250? how old are you 15!!! ...................you bunch of idiots, $300/£250 if nothing to these big designer shops and also ONLY little kids care that other ppl see and notice that your wearing designer cloths adults keep it low key!!! AND a rule you don't wanna break is wearing your wolly hats like a fisherman/dustman/like EVERYONE else so you look like a clone just like EVERYONE else .......... aaaaaah wait thats you 2 mugs you aint got a clue you just where what other ppl say is nice so you think your kool and are down with the kool kids!!!
I work as a cashier. You have NO IDEA how many customers rocking designer clothes and/or expensive jewelry/accessories ask (and sometimes BEG) for discounts. In those cases, the more they beg the worse I make it.
I only rock archive designer pieces like number nine, undercover, CDG (not play), Raf Simons, etc. cuz I personally think that most of these newer pieces of LV, Gucci, Fendi, off-white are mad corny and honestly an eye sore with all the logos
Why buy designer clothes? To impress others? Then what? It’s just a waste of money. Better take that money and invest it, put it to work. Otherwise you’ll keep working until you’re old and for what a logo on a hoodie? Really? Just think about how silly that is.
I disagree for the second rule, when you buy designer that is covered in logos it looks cheap. If you are buying pieces go for unique cuts and not basic items, you want your clothes to make a statement. This way you look fresh, stand out, and look like you came just off the runway without looking like you try so hard. You'll look expensive and this way your clothes still look clearly designer. Excessive logos or just a plane shirt that has gucci written in big font in the front isn't fashion, its just you tryna flex and most of the people that shop designer like this don't even have money, they be spending all their money on these pieces but be hella broke. Also the pieces that have the most logos on the front are usually the items you can get fakes of easily so people might see your real pieces as being bootleg .
Galaxy Girl Exactly. Everybody thinks you actually don’t respect the designer and the history of that brand, if you don’t go for its typical style where its roots are, but buy a plain shirt with a logo on it, which anybody could have made. For example if you go for Stone Island, you have to go for those innovative tech pieces not get a tshirt haha.
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