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post #76 of 109
Best: NN07
Worst: Acne
post #77 of 109
best - belgian shit
worst - japanese derivatives plus ugly mc shit that is "high quality"
post #78 of 109
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Originally Posted by thekunk07 View Post
why the fuck not? this is what happens when your dog needs to shit at 5am.

Every time on my way to work i see the same girl walking her dog at 5:45am. Snow, rain, 0degrees, whatever. Fucking sucks
post #79 of 109
best: 3sixteen denim, uniqlo clothing worst: bed stu, true religion (and other 'shit' brands)
post #80 of 109
What is people's take on Zara

I really like their designs, but the quality is shit. I wonder who they shark
post #81 of 109
everyone. last winter it was all prorsum.
post #82 of 109
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Originally Posted by Cool The Kid View Post
What is people's take on Zara

I really like their designs, but the quality is shit. I wonder who they shark

I own a duffle/toggle coat from Zara and it's held up nicely and It's an awesome coat. Other than that, I'm not sure, but I haven't heard good things. Not a big fan of a lot they produce anyways.
post #83 of 109
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What is people's take on Zara

I really like their designs, but the quality is shit. I wonder who they shark
I have 2 jackets from there that I received as gifts. I saw they retailed for ~$100 each and I thought that was pretty overpriced. They are cool looking pieces that fit decently, but man...quality sucks severely.

I read up on the brand. It has a unique strategy that makes it a billion dollars firm. They never advertise and their stuff is suppose to be a notch higher than H&M.

Personally, I would never spend my own money on their items.

From all the times I have stepped in their stores, the general audience looks to be around my age, mid 20s.
post #84 of 109
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Originally Posted by Wiggles View Post
Their fabrics are way better than BoO and about the same price as other mid tier Japanese brands.

Pfft.. I compared them side by side with W+H last week, I would say there's hardly any difference in quality.

and the w+h is about 175$ less.
post #85 of 109
worst: ccp boots, my zipper just broke off after 4 months
post #86 of 109
Best:
Suiting - Thick as Thieves (easy go to brand for a young guy who might need a lot of suits)
Leather Jackets - ToJ no doubt
Pants - Uniqlo (basically to me, better fitting than Levis with a ton much interesting options in terms of colored denim with superior construction)
Leather Boots - Paul Smith and Marc Jacobs (PS shoes are decent but they're priced very well and well made leather boots in general don't come cheap, but for a little more mainline MJ boots are way better in terms of leather quality, construction, and comfort).
post #87 of 109
Worst longevity/buck: Corpus shorts. The bottom torn open after a few wears. Only piece that became unwearable.

Best longevity/buck: Running shorts, ran in them for 2 years, and still going steady. It's starting to show fadez


Worst quality/buck: Seven for all Mankind jacket, bought in the early days, is so uncomfortable

Best quality/buck: Seavees (for 20 bucks),
post #88 of 109
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Originally Posted by Cool The Kid View Post
What is people's take on Zara

I really like their designs, but the quality is shit. I wonder who they shark

Their designs are decent for a mall brand, but the quality on about 95% of their stuff is lacking and not worth the price in my opinion. However, I got a slim fitting grey blazer from them a bit ago for about $90 which has held up quite nicely. I bought it because the fit was spot on. For the price, I don't know which brands can really compete except Uniqlo. In terms of quality I would say is slightly above H&M. Also, most of their jackets to me just looked straight up cheap and the materials they used for their all of their knits were terrible.
post #89 of 109
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Originally Posted by Lel View Post
Best:
Leather Boots - Paul Smith and Marc Jacobs (PS shoes are decent but they're priced very well and well made leather boots in general don't come cheap, but for a little more mainline MJ boots are way better in terms of leather quality, construction, and comfort).
MJ makes damn durable shit. Don't really know why it gets passed over around here.
post #90 of 109
Hmm I passed on a MJ cashmere sweater once because honestly it didn't impress me, but personally I prefer the low maintenance of high end cotton. Also forgot to add one Pocketsquares: Kent Wang
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