I'm trying to impress really hot girls. If they don't care if my jacket is from Uniqlo or Louis Vuitton then I'll buy from Uniqlo.
It's not that I'm asking without a level head, it's that I'm a BEGINNER. So please keep this in mind. I am so beginner that I don't even know the REASON behind buying expensive clothes.
-Yes, I want high quality, but I don't know what it looks like.
----But I only want high quality because that's what it said I should go for in my book. If I had bought another book that said buy cheap, 100% cotton, made in Portugal, then I would be looking for that. The book is not specific enough for me and I don't really understand the explanations of what quality looks like, as I am a newb.
(One thing that really confused me yesterday was that both the H&M and Banana Republic jackets were 100% wool, yet one was $150 more than the other)
-Yes, as for my budget, I told you what my credit limit was, my total paycheck, and the amount in my savings. And I don't know how important the jacket is to me.
----All I know is that it said in my book that a gray blazer is on the 11 essentials list. I thought that sounded like a good idea as I could see myself wearing it every day because it would increase my level of confidence, and most of the clothes I own now are 3 years old from Uniqlo and H&M anyway, so I thought the jacket would be a nice bandage for the time being. He gave a few suggestions of makers such as H&M and Zara for lower budgets ( high school or college students, I am assuming he's talking about?) and for higher budgets he gave suggestions like Paul Smith, Christian Dior, et al (rich people, I am assuming he's talking about?). I don't know why he would suggest both ends of the spectrum if one end is more important than the other. If he had said, "The bare minimum you should spend is. blah blah blah, never buy 'Made in China', and absolutely no synthetic fibers or stitching on the lapels," then I would have a bit more of a direction to take this.
Your suggestions I will definitely take into account.