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Posted on Sunday, April 4, 2010 in Mens Clothing

Grey Designer
Grey Designer

What do you think of the quality of designer labels?


I recently bought some a shirt and a pair of jeans from Guess? and the quality SUCKED. The embriodery of the shirt was thinning and coming off in the wash and one of the belt loops on the jeans came off when I hung it up by the loop and the (black) jeans are now gray after 6 washes.

And they charged the SKY for it! 100$ for the jeans and 69$ for the shirt.

So, do you guys think that this whole “designer label” stuff is crap? Because I feel really cheated. The “100% Quality” printed on the label is really ironic

The quality of designer clothes varies from one end of the spectrum to the other. Clothes made by bottom-end designer labels like Guess or DKNY or Bench are not always of the top quality, and quite often no better quality than mass market clothes. Sometimes even higher-up label’s cheaper ranges are no better quality either. They rely on their name to sell their goods. Top-end and middle-of-the-range designer names meanwhile, such as Dior or Chanel, will nearly always be of very good quality, unless the item of clothing is a fake. Next time you buy designer clothes look at them closely and compare them to your average mass market clothes. If they really are high quality you’ll be able to tell the difference easily.

CSF Graphic Design Chair: David Grey

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