- Oct 22, 2004
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That is a sweet shirt. $$ though.
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Jesus, $390 after tax for a button down?
Surely there’s a shirtmaker capable of making one for a bit less?
This is just very odd. A shirt jumps to $400 — likely a 400% increase in as many years — and we are supposed to gravely consider the moral responsibility of the buyer to wear fewer clothes? I mean.... Dude. Please.I have no issue with a price increase given the brand's reputation.
Many popular or semi-popular brands have driven up prices...due to greed or increasing labor costs
The patchwork stuff and heavier fabrics are going to come at a premium
Sure, it sucks to have to pay more, but it may make people less inclined to buy on a whim and actually consider their purchases.
This looks really interesting, thanks for sharing! Based on a google search I'm guessing there's not much info online or in English yet?Anyone hear of Daiki and Keizo's new brand The Conspires? Took some bad photos of the latest Popeye magazine. Looks to me like a less gaudy Needles and cleaner silhouettes than EG.