Mens Fall Fashion 2004

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  1. stylegurrl

    stylegurrl New Member

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    The jeans prices in the slideshow are just ********. I can't beleive people are paying so much for these cheap mass produced jeans :rolleyes: .
     
  3. Spacemiu

    Spacemiu New Member

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    why does abercrombie and fitch make 100+ jeans now? :wacko:

    other than that that i don't think the prices are that outrages
     
  4. AlexN

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    Seriously, that's incredibly ridiculous. Why would I spend $250 on some mass-produced jeans from some of-the-moment trendy brand when it could be spent on something nice that would still be cool years from now.
     
  5. Acid

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    250 for some jeans :lol:
    some people really have no idea how much denim costs or they wouldnt go NEAR these jeans

    they probhably cost about $15 in terms or fabric
     
  6. Theory

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    But isn't that the story of all designer items? What item actually retails for what it may have cost to make?
    That 1100 Prada bag, or that $3000 Gucci dress that cost a fraction of the price? Many people swear by these designer denim, saying the cuts are much better than places like GAP.
    Jeans sure have come a long way...I remember being in school and Guess jeans were all the rave (I'm 24) and they cost $68. That was considered expensive. Now, jeans are $250? I'm one of those people who can't see spending $50 on denim, but will drop bucks on dress slacks in a second.....


     
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    Yes, that is the story of all designer items. Regarding the cuts and "designer denim", they're certainly better, but to think they're $250 better (or even $150 better) is laughable.
     

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