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Take a look in your closet, what do you see?

Poll Results: Do you care if your wardrobe is made in America?

 
  • 50% (6)
    Yes
  • 50% (6)
    No
12 Total Votes  
post #1 of 13
Thread Starter 

How much of what you own/wear is made in America? 

 

With the election season upon, the forefront of each campaign is what CAN we do to provide more jobs and get the US economy back on track. I'm sure all of us (at least the Americans) agree with these points. I was just wondering if we all practice what we are trying to preach, that is to say -- we're actively trying to support this cause.

 

Does purchasing made in American products resonate with you? 

post #2 of 13

I'm in Canada and I have several pairs of US made shoes. Does that count?

post #3 of 13
None of my suits, odd jackets or ties are made in America. Most of my casual wear is: Left Field pants, Filson outerwear, several jackets by 8.15 August Fifteenth. My parka is from Empire Canvas Works. Gittman Bros. shirts.
post #4 of 13
Oh, and some shirts from Carl at CEGO which no longer fit and it kills me
post #5 of 13

Jackets: Canada & Italy

Trousers: USA & Italy

Shirts: USA (Local MTM)

Sportswear: USA, Italy, China

Shoes: USA, Italy & Spain

Ties/Squares: Italy & USA

 

I'd say 50%

post #6 of 13

What an pointlessly assumption-laden OP from someone who clearly hasn't bothered to take a look around SF and find out where people are actually from.

post #7 of 13

Don't know if trolling...

post #8 of 13
OP is Mole Person, pls ban
post #9 of 13
Thread Starter 

Sorry for falsely assuming the site was mainly US based. I think it was probably the US flag avatar that did so. All I meant to say was, do you care about supporting local fashion, whether that be US, Canada, or Italy -- or do you prioritize the trend / personal style?

post #10 of 13
Quote:
Originally Posted by Frankie22 View Post

Jackets: Canada & Italy

Trousers: USA & Italy

Shirts: USA (Local MTM)

Sportswear: USA, Italy, China

Shoes: USA, Italy & Spain

Ties/Squares: Italy & USA

 

I'd say 50%


For the local MTM items, were they actually manufactured in the US?

post #11 of 13
How much of what you own/wear is made in your household?

With the election season upon, the forefront of each campaign is what CAN we do to provide more jobs and get your household economy back on track. I'm sure all of us (at least the people who live in your house) agree with these points. I was just wondering if we all practice what we are trying to preach, that is to say -- we're actively trying to support this cause.

Does purchasing made in your household products resonate with you?
post #12 of 13
I see a brown bear looking at me.
post #13 of 13
Quote:
Originally Posted by mcbrown View Post

How much of what you own/wear is made in your household?

With the election season upon, the forefront of each campaign is what CAN we do to provide more jobs and get your household economy back on track. I'm sure all of us (at least the people who live in your house) agree with these points. I was just wondering if we all practice what we are trying to preach, that is to say -- we're actively trying to support this cause.

Does purchasing made in your household products resonate with you?

oh, I get it

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