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Puh, give me Primark anytime.
i would like primark except that none of their clothes fit me and they only ever have sizes 14+ left.
Hah, I love my curves. When I was 17/18 I was about a size 8-10 and I used to bitch like a mofo too, times haven't changed and I'm well chuffed for gaining that lil extra weight cause it's the mutt's nuts.
i buy things that actually look good, not just because they look good simple because of a small label on them
Probably armani and cp company are the only labels I can say i particularly like these days. The problem is, football hooligan culture has a strong basis in fashion, so a lot of previously respectable labels (such as aquascutum) have become tarnished by association with little pricks wanting to achieve the "hoolie" look.
Look at SI...aesthetically, much of the range is quality...but culturally, it's tarnished by the Football Factory wannabes who are literally EVERYWHERE.
Too true but its not just the wannabes unfortunately. I can never understand why people where burb and aqua to football these days as the police are all over you as soon as they see the 'house check'.
I wouldn't say I have a favourite label but I do quite like Gas stuff these days. For an old school casual having a label that shares the same name as your football clubs alias is a bonus. :thumb:
Dear Wendy wrote:
Call it bullshit, but in stores of mixed labels, brands, and priceranges I've found that I am always drawn to the expensive designer gear - before checking label and price.
That said, I do own Primark, and would be a fool to reject garnments based on price.
Hence going sale shopping with my mom in a bit
Whenever i go to Rangers, SI and aqua are more common than actual football tops. You'd think we'd have a massive mob judging on the amount of aquascrotums kicking about at the ground.
Aqua and burberry is an especially worryingly common combination :eek: .
Felix Da Housecat wrote:
I go to www.bbclothing.co.uk - they are actually cheaper than your shop and have dozens of brands for both men and woman.