What's a clothing brand that you would consider quality-wise to be Ralph Lauren-tier but doesn't put logos on their shit?

What’s a clothing brand that you would consider quality-wise to be Ralph Lauren-tier but doesn’t put logos on their shit? Lower priced no-logo stuff from Zara feels cheap and low quality, maybe something like Luca Faloni or other italian less known stuff?

63 thoughts on “What's a clothing brand that you would consider quality-wise to be Ralph Lauren-tier but doesn't put logos on their shit?

    • Anonymous says:

      Not really. Wearing brander clothes is a subhuman trait bragging about paying to be advertisers. Like cattle with their hot iron marks

      No reccs for op since I buy in small stores with not really legally imported clothes

      • Anonymous says:

        >Wearing brander clothes is a subhuman trait bragging about paying to be advertisers. Like cattle with their hot iron marks
        Zoomer mental illness. No generation has been this petty about tiny embroidery. Only zoomers from tik tok who follow the ‘stealth wealth’ meme are this hysteric about it. Of course you use all the terminally online buzzwords you just learned from /pol/, bot behavior

        • Anonymous says:

          Never been to pol. On the other hand you seem to have, perhaps because you are a brownie in need of some kind of weird masochistic cope or something. Im also not into stealth wealth since it doesnt differ that much from its supposed opposite brand flashing reserver for hoodrats, wiggers and arabs or any peasant in general. I just like my shit reasonably priced and somewhat alright quality with no synthetic fibres

        • Anonymous says:

          >No generation has been this petty about tiny embroidery
          Gen X was absolutely against this. There was a big culture of not selling out/no branding. Unfortunately you outed yourself as a zoomer for not knowing this.

      • Anonymous says:

        >I won’t SELL OUT when I wear button-down shirts
        OK lol
        but I bet you get a hard-on when somebody asks you where you got your clothes. What do you say then? "I will not advertise to you!!!!"

      • Anonymous says:

        >Wearing brander clothes is a subhuman trait bragging about paying to be advertisers. Like cattle with their hot iron marks
        true and based

      • Anonymous says:

        >why would i pay to be a walking advertisement

        this midwit take has been posted so many times since Naomi Klein published No Logo that I can’t believe there are still people willing to say it without extreme shame and embarrassment.

        Next you will tell me about niche, underground brands like Brunello Cucinelli and Loro Piana that dirty stinky plebs have never even heard of, as if WSJ hasn’t been publishing a quiet luxury piece in the lifestyle section weekly for the last year, desperately trying to make "fetch" happen.

      • Anonymous says:

        Such an npc take, every single time logos are mentioned on this board there’s the redditor spouting the same npc dialogue tree: I’m not a walking billboard, logos le bad, etc
        Again you need to realize your mind has been shaped entirely by /fashion/ memes and the tik tok algorithm, you do not have a single original thought. You are a bot, an npc

        Boomers, gen x, millennials, and the even older generations weren’t this petty and hysterical about minuscule branding. This is exclusively <20 year old behavior. Using the same buzzwords, same arguments they heard on tik tok or read on /fashion/. Your entire personality could as well be just a script

        • Anonymous says:

          Don’t waste your time typing or your boner pills will wear off. You know how your wife feels about it, she’ll need help of her cooking teacher again

        • Anonymous says:

          The weird thing is there’s no shortage of high quality logo-free clothing for anyone who cares about clothing even a little bit but you never hear these losers talking about that stuff, instead they just scream about muh nig nogs muh gucci logos as if the CEO of old money is going to descend from heaven and thank them personally for defending traditional old money values

          • Anonymous says:

            >The weird thing is there’s no shortage of high quality logo-free clothing
            but there’s a huge shortage of examples of these companies.
            name a few you gayet

        • Anonymous says:

          What the heck are you even talking about.
          I remember the first time someone bought a shirt in ’89 ADIDAS written on int.
          Of course we had adidas before and it was the goto sports brand but at the times that shirt stood out and was considered childish.
          You heck.

  1. Anonymous says:

    OH I JUST heckING LOVE BRAAAAAAAAAAAAAANDS I CAN’T STOP BUYING FROM BRAAAAAAAAAAAAAANDS

    OH MY GOD BECKY, DID YOU HEAR ABOUT WHAT [BRAND] PUT OUT LAST WEEK? I NEED TO GIVE SHEKELSTEIN CORP ALL OF MY MONEY RIGHT NOW

    I JUST heckING LOVE BUYING SHIT FROM heckING BRAAAAAAAAAAAAAANDS

    • Anonymous says:

      Wanting to know the relative quality of different brands so that you know what is best to buy for your budget and interests is not consumerist. It’s completely normal. You seem to be conflating that with obsession over the brand itself as an identity, which is the opposite of what OP wants.

  2. Anonymous says:

    RL quality is shit, they just have cool marketing and PR
    you can get way better quality for significantly less, even more so if you don’t mind buying second hand

  3. Anonymous says:

    To me, the appeal of RL is their unique designs. They make a lot of basic menswear pieces, but they also make their own twists on the formula that you just wont find elsewhere. Rowing Blazers is similar in that department, maybe even more flashy.
    If you just want the basics, I’d recommend Spier & Mackay. Lower price, similar or better quality (depending on what RL sub-label you’re comparing it to).

  4. Anonymous says:

    >What’s a clothing brand that you would consider quality-wise to be Ralph Lauren-tier but doesn’t put logos on their shit?
    uniqlo

  5. Anonymous says:

    >itt: nobody can answer the question yet everyone still feels compelled to post irrelevant trash.
    It’s a fact that if you buy regular unbranded or unknown cheaper clothes you end up with worse quality than branded ones.
    High quality items practically always come with branding on them.
    Yet everyone knows that these companies have a big profit margin because stupids like to flex with expensive brands.
    Where are the companies selling the same high quality shit for less money without the branding?

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