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post #256 of 260
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I've spent up to my 2014 budget and am hoping not to need new clothes in 2015, as I'm on a 2 year clothing ban until 3rd May 2016!smile.gif

Next year's ££££ will go on bespoke Lobb boots, then clothing shopping starting on 3rd May 2016:)
post #257 of 260
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CP does make nice shoes though.

 

Their sneakers last forever but the boots I've handled were junk and definitely not worth $400.

 

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your shoe prices are out of whack. instead of $400 for cp officer boots, get some MOMAs for $150 from yoox.

 

I don't think $400 is unreasonable, I just wouldn't get those...

post #258 of 260
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Originally Posted by KingJulien View Post

Their sneakers last forever but the boots I've handled were junk and definitely not worth $400.


I don't think $400 is unreasonable, I just wouldn't get those...

I'm going to be spending far more than that on my Lobb boots next year!smile.gif
post #259 of 260
Put small deposit on new boots, but actually currently buying clothes!

Guess for 2014 so far I've spent about £3,000($4,500) but not all new jeans ordered paid for yet - which will bring me up to $~$5,000

I don't think you can get a whole wardrobe for $5,000, but if you spend that yearly, you can get a good selection!
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