What clothing articles do you spend the most on?

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  1. KPO89

    KPO89 Senior member

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    What articles of clothing do you spend the most on?
     


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    Footwear for me.
     


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    Wess Well-Known Member

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    Easy, watches (as you list "accessories").
     


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    fuji Senior member

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    Coats, jeans and shoes. Mainly coats.
     


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    accessories.i have a strange lust for high end sun glasses and normal type frames!
     


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    sho'nuff grrrrrrrr!!

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    hendrix Ill-proportioned

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    at the moment it's shoes but in a few months i'm gonna dedicate a large sum to buying 2-3 really nice outerwear pieces.


    I buy most shoes $150-250 on B&S/ebay etc. seems to be where you can get decent quality.


    Jeans and pants up to $200.


    shirts i just do only MTM mainly.

    I have one ToJ moto which was $600. That's probably about the amount i'll spend for a couple more outerwear pieces.


    knits- i'll invest in knits when i have outerwear sorted. i have a couple of merino/cashmere blends which are fine for now, but i do want some nicer pieces.
     


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    Listi Senior member

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    Jeans, but shoes are a close second and will probably overtake jeans when I am out of school.
     


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    Lane Senior member

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    abercrombie & fitch jackets
     


  10. lemmywinks

    lemmywinks Senior member

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    Right now jeans because of my Epaulet and my Skulls.

    But I have a feeling my T-Shirt collection costs more than my jeans.
     


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    CoconutBanana Senior member

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    Outerwear and then jeans.
     


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    if I'm standing, my shoes. if I'm sitting, my pants.
     


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  14. KitAkira

    KitAkira Wait! Wait! I gots an opinion!

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    We've already done this thread.

    Went with outerwear because it's the category with the highest personal limit, though my outerwear game is nonexistant at the moment (funds redirected to knit and boot game)
     


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    We've already done this thread.

    Went with outerwear because it's the category with the highest personal limit, though my outerwear game is nonexistant at the moment (funds redirected to knit and boot game)


    Pretty much the same, Krane cleared me out.
     


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