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do you wear them. if so which ones and why, if not why. would you wear snides (counterfits)?
i'll wear just about anything that comes along,i never look what my clothes are called.
ditto
same here as long as it's well made.
i have bought the odd snide shirt but not because of the brand, more because i just liked it.

i am partial to lacrosse shirt's though. for some reason a lot of their patterns take me back to my jaytex shirt years
VF; would you buy snide levi jean's? has anyone bought snide thinking it the real thing?

i also like kelvin klein trousers for some reason. though i don't buy them any more. luckily where i live i can get made to measure for the price of shop boughts in the uk. when i do i usually get 3 shirts and 3 pair of trousers.

i normally prefer not to wear snides. (in the main the quality is crap)
Not really into brands myself... for the odd one it's more the guarantee of quality I appreciate, which some well-known brands do have. But with all else being equal (if famous branded vs. non branded item are of comparably serviceable quality) then I'm not picky. If the price is exorbitant just because of the name and not because the product is anything special, well, thanks but no thanks. Sometimes I even avoid brand stuff because I dislike "statement" items, the idea that wearing a logo on your shirt or your bag is supposed to say something special about you :/
Yeah I don't follow brands either, though I don't like shirts with logos on them. Not because I consider myself a counterculture, stick-it-to-the-man rebel, but just because I prefer plain clothes, or clothes with meaningful lines on them, like some funny shirts I bought recently, including one which says: "I take the "the" out of psychotherapist." I also have a shirt with this quote from Sylvia Plath: "My heart beats the old tattoo: I am, I am, I am."
(02-15-2011, 08:21 PM)Heslopian Wrote: [ -> ]I prefer plain clothes, or clothes with meaningful lines on them, like some funny shirts I bought recently, including one which says: "I take the "the" out of psychotherapist." I also have a shirt with this quote from Sylvia Plath: "My heart beats the old tattoo: I am, I am, I am."

Your wardrobe sounds awesome. SmileSmileSmile

mrmod

Someone mentioned Levi's jeans as well.

I know the quality is basically guaranteed, so it's a safe bet for me...