Beware fashion content: Anyone else like PrettyGreen?
I dress wi whatever tkmaxx has on their sale rails, or what i can get for trade from our suppliers etc, currently sporting poc trail shorts and enduraa baa-baa top, along wi merino sock guy socks – same as what i’ve been sporting for the past 4 days along wi merrell rant brash trainers – i’m a fashion guru don’t ya know?.
I don’t own trousers and i don’t own a shirt/tie, but i do have a good selection of shorts n’ t-shirts for every occasion 😉Posted 4 years ago
Some lovely stuff. I’ve got this top 🙂Posted 4 years agoCountZeroMember
Nothing there I’d wear, that polo shirt looks like something my dad would have worn when I was ten. The ‘Biker’ jacket is just a thin leather blouson jacket, and overpriced, I’ve got a really nice Spyker bike jacket, similar sort of styling, with armour, and really heavy leather, and cost originally about the same.Posted 4 years ago
Those Festival jackets look like shell-suit tops.
The Balkan parka’s just an M-95 knock-off.Mr_MojoMember
You’re in the wrong place to talk about fashion. Usual comments from people about clothes been way too expensive and anyone who buys them are stupid whilst owning a £4k bike and Audi A4.
I had a look around the shop in Covent Garden a few weeks ago, quite liked what I saw and didn’t think it was particularly expensive either.Posted 4 years agoCharlieMungusMember
It’s about as desirable as superdry and Next which is clothing for cretins.
That kind of fashion has very little to do with style.
Smedley and Fred perry do it better.
Jeez! This and the McDonalds thread! What a bunch of egocentric closed-minded clods
Really? Clothing for cretins? Well, i hope you have enough courage of conviction to point this out to someone when next you see them so attired? What’s that you say? No? Too scared?Posted 4 years agohmanchesterMember
Hora – that’s probably it! It’s some hardwired thing going on in there that’s sending you down the nostalgia route!
Just to clarify, I think the stuff looks quite good. Not over branded and with a definite clear style. Just not for me.
I tend to be drawn to stuff that actually fits me as well which I find novel. It does mean that I’m limited in my choice but it also makes shopping easier.Posted 4 years agodeadlydarcyMember
Really? Clothing for cretins? Well, i hope you have enough courage of conviction to point this out to someone when next you see them so attired? What’s that you say? No? Too scared?
It’s like a standard response to every clothing related thread. See also: usage of the word “bedwetter” in music threads. We’ve kinda nailed it down to attention seeking issues now. So best ignored, like a naughty child.Posted 4 years agoFROGLEEKMember
I work in the Industry and tbh its all down to marketing / celebrity endorsement and a wide customer base.Posted 4 years ago
Liam Gallagher got it right in terms of heritage and retro being of the moment when he launched a few years ago. The product is very widely distributed and is one of the best selling brands in most of the stores I visit.
Yes its over priced if you take each garment on face value – quality and construction; but as with everything its punting a lifestyle and attitude.
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