Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by themadpaki, Sep 24, 2008.
Yes, Shoes included. All the shit that covers your body.
Probably around $1500 if I had to guess.
a gazzzzzzillion dorrassssss
I think close to $1000, but I didn't include purses because you didn't specify.
What if I spend <$0 a year. All my clothes I got for free.
I know a girl who spends 20K each season. She's from a rich family.
I think the thread says , "you" and not "her"
I spend all the money I make on clothes. Parents/financial aid covers housing, school and food so the money I make working would equal aobut 4000+.
If I have a job and need money for work clothes: $600-1000 (this is what I voted for).
If I'm unemployed or self-employed, then probably <$100.
I keep things forever. I have slim fit H&M dress shirts that I got 4 years ago that I still wear.
I do get new shoes when I see a nice pair I like. I never spend over $100 on shoes.
It varies. When I first started working I spent a lot, to get clothes and shoes I've always wanted but couldn't afford. So three years ago I spent over $1000. But last year I spent probably $600, and this year so far I must have spent under $300. I liked the clothes and shoes I bought, so, less purchase after the initial.
im up to 8k this year already...i wont be buying a lot of shit for a long time now. maybe just an occasional item here or there that i really like. otherwise the rest of my money is going into stocks.
about 1000. fuck, actually it's way more when i include suits and shit.
However shoes probably count for half of it.
Damn Nike and their retros and damn the resellers that live by the places that get the good stuff.
Ha too much...too much.
too much. but working in sales, you sort of factor it in to an expense of the job...cant go out looking like a schlub.
bath and beyond
i'm not ballin by any stretch..
hundred thousand trillion
i find this to be quite interesting.
If I go into my office (web development company) in a suit, everyone will look at me weird. Half of the people don't even go for the business casual. It's jeans and t shirts everywhere. Sneakers. Bunch of people don't even tuck their shirts in when wearing dress shirts. Top buttons are usually not buttoned and nobody, even executives, rarely wears a tie.
If my job requires dress up, I'd probably have spent $3000 in that first year instead of $1000.