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  • Anon x2

    Oh man this is perfect– now I can get a $160 shirt to go with my $225 leather basketball!

    • Der Kamerad

      First against the cerulean wall!

    • Philippe Lecheval

      $160? Ha! You can add a zero on the end of that price. There are a lot of people in the neighborhood who have a lot more money than either you or me!

      • Anon

        Ha, I enjoy people doing zero research.

        These clothes are slightly pricey, but hardly absurd. Not really my style, but still…

        • Craig

          And also made in America. People should realize the true cost of their ‘cheap’ clothes.

          • Toonces

            +100

          • anon

            Only some of their stuff is made in the U.S. A lot of the clothes said “made responsibly overseas by adults.” I mean it’s a start, but don’t think you’re paying more for only U.S. made goods.

        • TX2DC

          People hate on nice things on this blog. See the Le Labo/Tie Bar post from yesterday.

          • anonymous

            Why is that? Just because it’s not your taste or can’t afford it, I don’t see why it’s necessary to hate on it or the people that shop at these places. People like what they like. And we can all agree that the quality is better than the $10 sweater stores. Reeks of jealousy.

          • Anon

            I love it when people learn about how income inequality works. It seems like such a foreign concept to many.

    • anon

      +1. More things that I can’t afford!

    • Eleven

      Except I just went to the site, and it looks like most of the shirts are under $50?

      • Stop talking about actual things.

      • Anon x2

        T-shirts are the only thing under $50. Button downs are way pricier.

        • ***

          Looks to be about par with J. Crew, etc. No one said this was Old Navy.

    • ***

      Over exaggeration much? This is not what I would call expensive retail. Maybe I’m just used to paying more for clothing than say, shopping at Target or H&M but then again, I also like things to last a little longer than Target or H&M.

      • Trip Throckmorton

        This. Quality over quantity.

  • I gotta feel these soft shirts.

    • jaybird

      That comment is absurd.

  • Tux

    I love Marine Layer. I fell in love with them when I was in San Francisco. Welcome Marine Layer!!!

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