What's the most you'd pay for an item of clothing. ?

Discussion in 'SMB' started by Cox Green Fc, Dec 3, 2018.

  1. MackneyHackem

    MackneyHackem Midfield

    Eh? :lol:

    I was defending people spending lots of money on things. I'm not one of those people.
     
  2. You still got 8000 pairs of Nike trainers? :lol:
     
  3. Nicky Winterwasp

    Nicky Winterwasp Midfield

    Next to fuck all compared to all you millionaires. Think the most I've paid for jeans was around 70 quid, usually pay somrthing like 30-40 I think. Coats maybe 60 or 70 quid. Shoes about the same. I'm a man of modesty I suppose but with two young bairns and a mortgage to pay its all about cutting your cloth accordingly.
     
  4. Baby Give It Up

    Baby Give It Up Midfield

    Primark do mint jean's for a £10 man. You are all wasting money.

    Shoes, coats and polos on the other hand. Between £70 - £150 depending on how much I like it.

    £200-£250 for a suit
     
  5. Everything that was ever bought for my daughter from there fell apart almost straight away so I've never bought anything from it.
     
  6. Baby Give It Up

    Baby Give It Up Midfield

    Those Cambodians may have had a bad day at the office. My Jeans have lasted a good five months so far.
     
  7. Bishop Mackem

    Bishop Mackem Striker

    Only thing id but and wear from Primark are plain black t shirts to do graft in
     
  8. Butters

    Butters Winger

    A lot of people struggling to get their head around this concept on this thread. If there's something you like, treat yourself to it.
     
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  9. lager chimp

    lager chimp Midfield

    Bout £50 to £100 for a coat, mainly barbour from factory shop
    £80 - £100 on edwin selvedge in sales
    £50 - £75 on Clarks originals in sales
    £50 to £75 on trainers again in sales
    Outlet stores for polosrest of stuff from h&m, next

    If had money wouldnt think twice bout spending £500 on a holubar coat or £200 on sanders chukka boots or $400 on quoddy grizzly boots
     
  10. Thewper1

    Thewper1 Winger

    Stop exaggerating!

    Aye :)
     
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  11. My son paid £165 for a Stone Island top when we were back in England in October. I told him he was an idiot.
     
  12. oROSSo

    oROSSo Striker Staff Member

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  13. Wilfy

    Wilfy Striker

    Bargain them.
     
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  14. Coeus

    Coeus Striker

    Whatever I can afford, which is pretty much nothing for the last 8 years.
     
  15. wilka88

    wilka88 Midfield

    :lol::lol: how did you find them
     
  16. mini-x2

    mini-x2 Striker

    :D

    We’ve all been there when we’ve been young and daft man. Stone Island wasn’t as expensive when I introduced it to Sunderland mind. You wise up a bit when you’re older (and have a mortgage/kids). Saying that I’ve just spent £200 on a jacket today like :oops:
     
  17. oROSSo

    oROSSo Striker Staff Member

    They were in my targeted ads!?!?
     
  18. geordiedean

    geordiedean Winger

    Its all relevant to what you can afford really you could ask the same about what's most you'd pay for a car or what's most you'd pay for a meal out. or the most you'd pay for a holiday etc etc. Theres people out there that would pay 50 to 100k for a car or think nothing of dropping 200 plus on a meal for 2 or 10 to 20k on a holiday

    Then you get the frugal fuckers who can afford a bit luxury in life and go spend 200 quid on a suit i mean seriously what kind of suit are you expecting for 200 quid man an off the peg ill fitting pile of shit

    Never skimp on a pair of shoes or boots though they are the most important and should be one fo the most expensive items of clothing you should own

    Ive paid nearly $1000 for a decent pair of boots and jacket that i can ride the bike with
     
  19. Just bought a Prada jumper which got delivered yesterday for £310 :neutral::neutral:
     
  20. Cox Green Fc

    Cox Green Fc Full Back

    Mods ?? Might aswell Parsnip this then like all my others
     

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