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Any suggestions of online clothing shops that have cheap threads? Ive been on the hunt for a good place to shop, but every place I look is too expensive. I'm not about to drop 30-50 beans on a tshirt..... I'm looking for something around 10-15 a shirt.... Dont have a lot of money, but my closet is hurting. I usually just do ross or something like that, but all they have these days is horrible skate shirts and retarded affliction/bedazzled garbage.

 

Somehow, my wife finds all sorts of cheap shit online, but for mens gear, its hard to find. Any suggestions?

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http://www.jackthreads.com/invite/doughnutrock

 

JackThreads is an online shopping community offering you the sickest apparel, sneakers, and accessories from respected brand names in the contemporary fashion set. We offer new gear daily with pricing at least 50% off retail (often times more).

 

 

They actually have ill stuff. They only offer 1 line a day (ex. Crooks, Society, Analog etc.) but the discount is really good and the shipping is really fast. It's a pain to sign up for it but it's free and definitely worth it.

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Well, you can easily get plenty of online websites but make sure that you pay for the clothes when you receive them otherwise you will have to pay the interest charges. So always read the terms and conditions before purchasing anything.

 

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fitted polo shirts for men

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khol's. got a suit, dress shirt and dark denim levi 511's for 80 bucks total last week. tj max and marshalls for occasinal non gay pants and some snap backs and random shit. i went to the mall last week and got some dark denim jeans at sears for 7 bucks. fuck paying retail for anything.

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I haven't bought casual clothes in years, around the time I stopped giving a fuck.

 

For business attire, I got a Macy's card, they send me a bunch of coupons, but I usually just roll there once a year during a big sale and buy a dozen shirts and a few pairs of pants for under $200 total (nice brands, not doo doo)

 

I chose not to renew my Costco membership, nor have I ever thought of clothes shopping there, but one of my clients who is a millionaire buys all his business shirts there. Apparently Kirkland is manufactured by the same company as Brooks Brothers, just different labels.

 

I guess he didn't get rich by writing a lot of checks.

 

 

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thrift stores for sure! if you have time and an eye for it..... they're gold mines. and INTERESTING! my friend's thrift game is out of control.. 70's Gucci safari suits and what not (on the crazier end of the scale)..

designer, vintage polo shirts for under $10.

He lives in the States.

 

Besides 'fast fashion' might seem cheap but the strain on resources and the environment is atrocious...

not only did it take immense amounts of fuels and oils and water to produce and ship, your cheap, white t-shirt will end up in landfill in 2 months.

 

quality investments - even in the simplest clothes are worthwhile.

 

/hippie

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i can never find anything cheap that actually fits me decently. mostly wear plain t's, cheapest and best fitting ones are the stafford brand from JC Penney's, for me anyway. thrift stores can definitely be gold mines though, and probably your best bet if you want quality for practically nothing.

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target has some good items now and again but i dont like when i go out and see 14-17 year olds wearing the same flannel or some stupid shit, recently found this

http://www.uniqlo.com

havent ordered from there yet but its cheap and has the essentials..

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Uniqlo and H&M i'd suggest for cheap and basic clothing. H&M clothing seems to be terribly made and will rip and just wear out on your incredibly faster.

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