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post #91 of 99
Target buys things in bulk in auctions and sell them in selected stores. There was an article in the newspaper a while back that target was getting sued by Coach for selling purses for cheap prices and not being an authorized dealer.
post #92 of 99
wow. i remember when this thread came out.
post #93 of 99
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Originally Posted by wEstSidE View Post
wow.

i remember when this thread came out.

Does it make you feel old?

Anyway, I wish I saw Prada jacket for men on TJ Maxx........ That would be nice..... However, Dolce and Gabbana dress shirt for USD15 does me just fine!
post #94 of 99
Yeah, that prada jacket along with your dg shirt would increase your douche factor 7 fold, good luck.
post #95 of 99
it does. but really i was just so young when i started out. as it should be. i saw a prada DB glen plaid SC at a TJ Maxx once, back when lil westie wore a 38 jacket. it was definitely awesome. i dont have a bad word to say about it. it's true, though, that they did a shitty job of advertising that they had that cause it was just lying around with the other junk they sell there and it still cost $500.
post #96 of 99
i wouldnt doubt it, i was in florda in summer of 2009 and my aunt in law bought me a pair of affliction jeans(don't judge i was retarded 2 years ago) for 58 bucks. i then went to a store in toronto called 'blue marine co.' and they had the exact same pair for 230 bucks.

conclusion?
these companies make too many jeans, they send half their over-stock to canada to fool the consumer base and the other half to outlet department stores
post #97 of 99
affliction apparently has a "flagship" in paramus nj
post #98 of 99
stop fucking bumping zombie threads.
post #99 of 99
Shit just got REAL.
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