Where to Buy Designer Clothes

When it comes to fashion, it is easy to assume that the pursuit of designer clothes is predominantly a pursuit for the ladies. This couldn\’t be further from the truth as men\’s fashion has just as much demand – perhaps even more. When it comes to casual designer wear that can be worn everyday, most menswear available can be worn by either gender as items such as designer jumpers, jeans, t-shirts and overcoats will always be in demand by both men and women. It is for this reason why the textile industry is constantly kept busy by the need for designer menswear.

It is in the last 8 years or so that the fashion industry has seen large growth in the mens designer clothing sector both in terms of not just demand but also the range of styles. It is not coincidence that this is reflected in the trend for the seeming ubiquitous nature of male fashion models over the past decade.

You may be surprised to hear that the market for men’s clothing is so substantial that it can be very difficult to identify the counterfeit versions which are also making a brisk trade via the black market. Fake designs aren\’t always sold at the rock bottom prices you might expect, partly because the quality appears that good it can be tricks to tell them apart from the genuine article. If you buy your designer clothes from a reputable retailer then you shouldn\’t have any problem with your purchase, however the durability of the clothing item will be the ultimate tell tale sign. Original brand clothes will be able to withstand day-to-day wear and tear over a long period of time, however counterfeit goods will be much more susceptible to exposure to the elements.

Some of the most well known men’s designer brands are household names such as levis, diesel and junk de luxe clothing. It\’s always best to buy your clothes from recognised outlets that have been granted licenses to market these designer brands as the quality really will speak for itself. Proper designer clothing will have high quality fabric which has been specially cut and designed.

If you are looking to save a bit of money then this is perfectly understandable, especially in today’s economic climate. It may be the case that the clothes sold in high street stores are a little out of your price range in which case there are a number of alternatives. EBay is a popular choice for the shopper on a budget, however you will want to make sure that the seller provides lots of high quality photos of the article of clothing in question so that you can be sure you aren\’t being sold a counterfeit. If you see a particular item of clothing in a shop you may also benefit from spending time searching on the internet to see if there are any specialist online retailers who will be able to sell it to you at a lower price. The overheads involved in running an online shop will be significantly less than running a high street shop so you may be able to save a bit of money as a result!

Author Bio: Trevor Richards writes on behalf of Room 14 (www.room14menswear.co.uk), a UK retailer of Junk de luxe clothing.

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