Money on Clothes.

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by mistawho, Oct 30, 2007.

  1. GoSurface

    GoSurface Senior member

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    I just buy when I see something I like. Usually, the money just sits in the bank.
     


  2. jet

    jet Persian Bro

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    It's hard when you live in arguably the best shopping area in the country. I can imagine it being easy for those who don't live in socal or ny since you don't see all the pimp shit that exists.
     


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    ^ I used to see more clothes last year through consignments than living in NYC. But thats probably only me...
     


  4. BYucko

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    I'm looking at around 200 a month for a sweater or two, or a sweater and some shoes....

    Hopefully when I get a higher paying job I'll have more money to spend and higher quality clothes.

    Err....save as well. Until I get my hands on a credit card, of course.
     


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    Shit job, shit pay.
     


  6. Marrakesh

    Marrakesh Well-Known Member

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    I'm a college-student from Germany and i spend about 1000$ for clothes in a month.
     


  7. qwerty

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    I use to spend only $2000 a month, but lately it's been $1000 a week for the last 2 months due to my over obsession with denim.
    but I am a college student .. so this will change once i graduate as I won't be spending mommy and daddy's money anymore [​IMG] .
     


  8. Stylin-1

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    I use to spend only $2000 a month, but lately it's been $1000 a week for the last 2 months due to my over obsession with denim.
    but I am a college student .. so this will change once i graduate as I won't be spending mommy and daddy's money anymore [​IMG] .

    Jesus, what do your parents do that they can throw you over 50K annually for clothes?
     


  9. metkirk

    metkirk Senior member

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    Jesus, what do your parents do that they can throw you over 50K annually for clothes?
    Believe it or not some kids can blow a serious amount of money on clothes. I know kids who blindly spend money on designer stuff and when I visited their houses I had a hard time not feeling bad for their parents since they obviously didn't seem to make money that easily. Anyway, I usually spend $500 a year for clothing related items.
     


  10. qwerty

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    yeah and i'm a girl.. so its reasonable..
    and i just noticed this is the men's style forum but that's okay.
    but my parents are retired, but they have already said i won't get a penny from them after i graduate so i guess i am milking the shit out of it while i can.
     


  11. qwerty

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    anyone know why there's no women's style forum on this board.. i thought i saw it when i signed up.. guess not -_-
     


  12. Stylin-1

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    yeah and i'm a girl.. so its reasonable..
    and i just noticed this is the men's style forum but that's okay.
    but my parents are retired, but they have already said i won't get a penny from them after i graduate so i guess i am milking the shit out of it while i can.

    So tell me about your denim obsession.[​IMG]
     


  13. metkirk

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    yeah and i'm a girl.. so its reasonable..
    and i just noticed this is the men's style forum but that's okay.
    but my parents are retired, but they have already said i won't get a penny from them after i graduate so i guess i am milking the shit out of it while i can.


    Yeah milk them dry girl, milk them dry [​IMG]
     


  14. Torec_Scrail

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    Believe it or not some kids can blow a serious amount of money on clothes. I know kids who blindly spend money on designer stuff and when I visited their houses I had a hard time not feeling bad for their parents since they obviously didn't seem to make money that easily.

    Anyway, I usually spend $500 a year for clothing related items.


    Haha man, that's like me... I dress ok...very basic. Gotta put it all towards rent/school. So I pretty much only buy something I really like now... Hopefully save up some and blow it on some nice new clothes hah.
     


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    Damn, I'm a student too and I spend no where close to 1k on clothes a year. And thats from my own income. I never buy clothes on my parents dime. To say 2k a month is reasonable because you're a girl is a stretch to say the least.

    But if your parents are loaded then i guess how much of their money you spend is between you and them.
     


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