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    I'm sure its all in my head but I don't really feel good in super cheap clothes. I don't have VERY expensive clothes but I just feel better and more comfortable in nice clothes. My daily wear is either Polo Jeans, Polo/Tommy Bahama shirt and some Nike's.

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    Um ...what is this all about?
    Who cares how much your shirt costs as long as you like it and it looks good.
    If you only feel well in shirts that cost more than 50$ each thats fine and if you feel well in shirts that cost 1$ thats cool too.
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    Yeah Lgebbers, your answer to the question says more about your state of mind than anything else.

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    Go away.

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    I'm in fashion designing and manufacturing clothing for a living. For my everyday garb I prefer H&M. The fit is perfect and the clothes last me a good while. I work with a lot of name brands and actually don't care for anything in fashion with a "name." The only thing I will spend money on are belts, shoes, misc. accessories, and fine tailored clothing (custom suits and shirts).

    For jeans, I used to only rock $40 Levi's from Macy's or Capital E's (levi's big boy brand) that are on sale on Barneys.com. You can call me somewhat of a bargain hunter, but now it doesn't really matter. I am forced to rock certain big brand jeans now because my girl's family manufactures all the jeans for a certain "big name".

    All in all its about the clothes make you feel. I could feel like the $hit no matter what the price of my clothes cost. But then again, in some social circles, its a fashion feaxpau to be rocking anything less than the latest Hollywood fad.

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    i wear mostly abercrombie and Ed hardy
    '07 Infinti G35 Black/Black 6speed MT

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    Quote Originally Posted by misterkye View Post
    I'm in fashion designing and manufacturing clothing for a living. For my everyday garb I prefer H&M. The fit is perfect and the clothes last me a good while. I work with a lot of name brands and actually don't care for anything in fashion with a "name." The only thing I will spend money on are belts, shoes, misc. accessories, and fine tailored clothing (custom suits and shirts).

    For jeans, I used to only rock $40 Levi's from Macy's or Capital E's (levi's big boy brand) that are on sale on Barneys.com. You can call me somewhat of a bargain hunter, but now it doesn't really matter. I am forced to rock certain big brand jeans now because my girl's family manufactures all the jeans for a certain "big name".

    All in all its about the clothes make you feel. I could feel like the $hit no matter what the price of my clothes cost. But then again, in some social circles, its a fashion feaxpau to be rocking anything less than the latest Hollywood fad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by daveramies View Post
    I only get my stuff from Derelique . . .
    Sure thing Zoolander!

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    Quote Originally Posted by vodkarocket View Post
    Sure thing Zoolander!
    I was trying to remember where I heard of that, good call.

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    you can derelick my balls. love that movie.

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