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for a shop that produces incredibly plain clothes, why do they charge SO fuckin much for everything?!?!
Their styles have no designs on em... not exactly made very well either and they charge over the top prices for simple clothes. Obviously they know the demand so thats why... but its beyond me, surley they would sell more if they lowerd the prices a little.
and yeah, the ad's are a bit silly. Proper Vice fodder.
mexican employees a 'decent' wage
It’s like complaining that fair-trade products are more expensive.
Except that fair trade products don’t tend to be advertised with paedo-baiting models, and you’ll rarely find the heads of their companies repeatedly masturbating in front of journalists.
meaning that I can’t find the article on the web, but this blog has a pretty thorough summary: http://www.jewlicious.com/index.php?p=77
I've never been in the shop, but I quite like their hoodies. I want to go and spend some money in there sometime soon
they pretty much sell any kinda shirt possible. Its nothing more than a glorified whole salers.
Or are they mainly chequered ones? I'm into clothes with simple designs/patterns
next to HMV on Oxford St is always too much for me
like a ladies blouse?
Or have I just made this up?
i found it very confusing.
Between £20 and £30 for a well made and designed hoody. £18 for the leotards. £22 for dresses.
I suppose they must be worn in combination with other clothes in a way I can't picture. I'm retarded at clothes.
Can you answer my question about the way that the hoodies do up?
usually mens clothes in this country have the zip handle on the right side and shirts fasten in a consistent way. If I recall AA hoodies zip up the other way which might be an American thing but it annoys my inflexible mind. I need to know this.
..when i used to buy skateboard hoodies from U.S they'd all have a similar device
I know that there was a trend that Eddie Sedgwick started, just wearing a jumper over leotard... maybe It's to look like that? I dunno
I wear the backless ones with high waisted pleated skirts.
i bought a lightweight jacket and i'm going to get a three pack of t-shirts because they fit well and are oh so soft, and because such things are cheaper in america which is deeply exciting.
The medium is a perfect fit for me.
I don't like the hoodies/track jackets etc though.
Medium is ridiculously tight and large is way baggy. I think their sizing is most likely as inconsistent as Gap.