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Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by RudyGrow, Apr 2, 2010.
Mine is Lacoste. Its basically the only clothes I wear (other than socks and undies).
Hah, I just buy whatever looks good to me at Kohl's or whatever... Lots of Sonoma stuff.
Timberland: Very high quality, not pompous.
If I had a favorite brand, it would probably be banana republic. i usually shop there, j.crew nordstrom and macys. No brand loyalty here.
Also my GF gets a nice discount since she is a manager.
Ecko Unltd. has a cool graffiti style which I love (the t-shirts at least).
Others I like are: Dockers/Izod/Nike/Van Heusen/Perry Ellis/Fossil
I used to love the Gap like 10 years ago. Now all the clothes are too small. WTHell?
If I had to pick one, probably Burberry. I mostly buy from outlet stores cause I can't afford full price.
I buy from eBay all the time. Why pay $185 for a sweater when you can pay $40
I don't really have any brand loyalties, I buy whatever looks good.
But I do tend to gravitate towards certain brands for certain things. Levi's for jeans, Ralph Lauren (outlet only!) for polo shirts, and Rockports for dressy shoes.
My favorite clothing brand is Mammut, next would be Arc'teryx
I tend to buy J-crew a lot. They have good sales on their t-shirts from time to time and they are really soft too, which I like a lot. I bought loads of them over Christmas when their t-shirts were around $15.
I got with Levi's for jeans and American Eagle for hoodies and misc stuff.
I like banana republic too but they're a bit too expensive for my taste.
I'm gunna have to say stheart, they're pretty local right now but their stuff is awesome
You must be fairly well off if you buy Mammut, I'm poor so I have to make do with Haglofs.
RVCA or WESC probably.
I work a lot and I know the brand pretty good. I have a fleece jacket that is about 6 years old but looks new. I will skimp on other crap to buy Mammut.
Burberry or Ralph Lauren. Provided it fits and looks good, of course.
I looked at and tried Mammut and it is excellent quality,then I looked at Haglofs which is very nearly as good.Shell jacket from Mammut £400,from Haglofs £300.While I'd prefer Mammut £100 is quite a saving.
Alternative Apparel, American Apparel, Urban Outfitters, Levis
old navy for me.
When you are a fat bastard, brand can't help.
So, Target for me. Macy's for work clothes. I'm just holding out patiently until togas come back in style.
I don't care about which brand as long as it's affordable and looks good on me. I do terrible with pastels and every few years that's the hot thing.
Probably either H&M or Zara. They are two of the few stores that both carry stuff that fits me and that I can afford.
I'm going to have to go with A.P.C. if I'm just picking one brand.
River Island? It's what I'm wearing now.
Whatever is on sale
( I don't know half of these brands listed so far)