21 thoughts on “How do you deal with people making fun of you for spending so much money on clothes?

  1. Anonymous says:

    I usually just say that I’d rather wear my money than trust the banks. Also, cheap clothing is a relatively new thing ever since fast manufacturing or clothing post 1960s/70s. Paying $300+ on a pair of well made selvedge, or $600+ on a pair of leather boots is ACTUALLY what clothing should cost nowadays, assuming that you care about getting something that will last you decades and was made with at least some ethically paid labor. Clothing wasn’t anywhere near as cheap as it has been for the last few decades. Buying a pair of jeans in the 50s was certainly a much bigger deal than it is today

    • Anonymous says:

      i went through all the old montgomery ward and sears catalogues a while ago. selvedge handmade jeans used to cost between $1-3 in 1930 money which adjusted for inflation* is about 30-60 dollars today. really goes to show what abandoning your manufacturing base for the third world does to a nigga.

      *yes i know the official numbers are a load of shit we’re just having fun.

  2. Anonymous says:

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    only when i get asked how much something costs.
    some normies don’t understand why anyone would pay more than some arbitrary number like 20/50/100 dollars for a garment.

  3. Anonymous says:

    I only wear non branded clothing so noone knows I’m wearing expensive clothing
    one time I told a normie how much my jeans retailed and they freaked out never again

    • Anonymous says:

      Every girl I dated made fun if me for spending so much on clothes

      Also every relative and close friend thinks I am mental for spending over 100 euros for a shoe for instance

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