TODA SEXTA FEIRA, TODA ROUPA É BRANCA 😜💛 O xadrez “príncipe de gales” é super delicado e cria looks com um ar sofisticado! Mas se usarmos com alguns elementos modernos deixamos o visual bem estiloso! Use com camisetas estampas, lenços coloridos, jeans detonados ou tênis e faça um mix de estilos, ou opte pelo clássico como esse meu look all White! ❤ #modaparahomens#modamasculina#xadrez#principedegales
4973021 February, 2020
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Jacket from @thecouture_club confy as f*ck 🔥🔥
Have you ever seen a piece of clothing that you loved, looked at the price tag, put the hanger down and immediately felt the need to leave the shop? It happens to all of us and in recent times the high-priced designer clothes has become even more noticeable. What once was expensive is now completely unattainable.🚫 Designer dresses going for € 3,000, shirts for € 800, trousers for € 600, swimwear for € 200, t-shirts for € 500. Year on year there’s a leap in pricing on designer items — but what makes designer clothes so expensive?
Personally, I don’t believe that all designer clothes’ quality is worth the price. That might be true for shoes, bags and tailoring. There’s the leather, the hardware, the patterns, the cut, the artisanship — and here, I find, is where the quality is more evident.💬💬
When it’s all said and done, high fashion prices can be so expensive because that’s what shoppers want to pay for it.
Consumers will always equate cost to quality. It’s a fact for fashion as it is for food, gadgets, cars, and the list goes on. Some customers find joy in buying clothes that are not available to everyone or they simply want to have the same dress and bag as the one they’ve seen worn by a celebrity or seen in a magazine/movie/TV show.💬👔
What's your thoughts about it guys ? ---------------------------
Photographer : #karlpgyn#mensblogger