Let's Flex: Your Most Expensive Clothes

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  • #3541

    smokeybandit
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    My most expensive has to be my custom-fitted suit from Empire Customs.  I picked it up back in 2013.  These retail for about $2500, but I got mine for a discount because of a promotion they were running.  They have been recently awarded this year as the #1 Clothing retailer for men in Toronto.  I also have another suit that I bought for $1500.

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  • #3542

    smokeybandit
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    #FreshPrince

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  • #3544

    Mr.Children
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    I don’t mean to be negative or look down, but I’m just saying it like it is…this is not directly towards the post starter.

    I have these clothing and products that I get from company and special events. These products are not expensive…but not anybody can get or wear them. It means that I get paid a lot! On the other hand, other people, they Pay a lot to wear or use certain products. Do you all get my drift? Yes, it’s true that many rich people will buy expensive products, but most people are not rich. Any person in the ghetto can go to the mall and buy an expensive handbag with borrowed money. There’s a difference between looking like you paid a lot for something…vs looking like you get paid a lot. Too many people buying a lot of things and pretending to be rich.

  • #3547

    Empire
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    I don’t mean to be negative or look down, but I’m just saying it like it is…this is not directly towards the post starter.

    ~Mr.Children

    Hats off to you for not being negative or looking down but being negative or looking down.  Thanks for the forewarning. Although needed, not necessary.

     

    Op looking dapper in the first suit.

    • #3624

      Mr.Children
      Participant

      Did I talk about you? LOL! I know it sucks when somebody points out that somebody is pretending to have money. thank god i’m not part of the majority of Americans who live paycheck to paycheck and buy things with borrowed money.

    • #3631

      smokeybandit
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      Reality Check: a credit score of 800 has more purchasing power than $100,000.

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    • #3632

      Mr.Children
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      People think that having a high credit score means that a person have a lot of money…but all it really means is that they pay their bills on time and have low credit utilization. So it’s the cheap person that buys little and pay their bills on time have the best credit score.

    • #3663

      smokeybandit
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      Yeah but if you maintain a good credit score, you have more purchasing power than a rich guy with shitty credit. Which reminds me, I have to fix my credit still lol Let’s just say, I’m still trying to recover from being on the run.

    • #3666

      Mr.Children
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      Yes, but a rich person can buy things outright … so a credit score is irrelevant. Many rich people have bad credit because they simply don’t use it. Yes, there are rich people who will borrow a lot of money to do business. However, who you rather do business with? A rich person who is sketchy on his credit…or the dude who has a high credit score but buy a little bit and utilize a low percentage of his available credit?

      People, especially women think a high credit score means a guy has a lot of money..but it’s not true at all. It’s just means that he pay his bills on time and uses a small % of his available credit..meaning he don’t buy much sh*t. You can be a poor person with a great credit score.

    • #3677

      smokeybandit
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      You do raise valid points, I’d much rather spend cash than rely on credit and paying 19% interest on my credit cards.

      I hate the idea of going into business and borrowing money to get started. If you don’t have the cash you should keep working until you’ve proven you can save up yourself. You’re only setting yourself up for failure. Plus, when you borrow from people, you have to do what they say to keep the loan in good standing. My money, my way.

  • #3552

    Nik
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    Ballin’

  • #3604

    Empire
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    I’m modest when it comes to clothing.  I have some Under Armour inner garments that I’ve had for close to 20 years.  With inflation and sentimental value, I’d say it’s priceless and serves a purpose for the cold season.  No one even knows how warm I am in frigid weather.

    • #3606

      smokeybandit
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      Under Armour is a good brand, I have one of their hoodies. Black hoodie with the under Armour logo in the front. Its pimp and stylin’s. I like to wear it on my casual days.

  • #3678

    smokeybandit
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    Seriously, nobody wanna show off their wardrobe? How about them Rolexes. Bring em out, the fake ones don’t count though.

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