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Looking for some affordable clothing brands with that "subtle" cool style to them. I typically like Nike, Hurley and comfort colors. Comfort colors primarily because of the soft tones and perfect fitment for my body type: tall and slender.

Thoughts? I am a 3w4 myself
 

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Nike can be somewhat over priced. H&m is good, but shirts wear easily. The same v necks can be bought at banana republic for 40-60$. They last longer.
 

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(8, considering 3, so trying to see how i fit compared to 3s)

i shop almost exclusively at marshals and tj maxx.... sometimes when i feel like stepping it up i'll go to nordstrom rack.

i care less about 'branding' and more about the overall look. I prefer bold colors, comfortable materials and a good fit. The price has to be right as well. its rare i'll spend more thatn 20$ on a pair of shorts, t-shirt, tank top etc... pants i bump up to $40, jackets im willing to flex a bit depending on its use case.

the only time i care about branding, is if i knew a particular brand that fit me in a certain size, i could then order online without worry about fitment.
 

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I wear something from everything. Anything that isn't bright anyway. I wear darker colors.

At least half is hot topic. Whatever that means. Brands I don't look at. If I like it, and it's artistic I'll try it out. Resulting in a culmination of brands.

But I do like wearing Nike shoes.
 

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I like Veronica Beard and Reformation, but I own nothing from either at the moment. I also like Theory on occasion.
 

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I don't care about brands, what I care about is how the clothes look and if they seem worth their price.

Style-wise, I like darker colors. Black is a go-to. I also pay attention to how clothes look on my body, I don't want anything that makes me look fat, but at the same time I don't like loose clothing.

I shop at places like Ross and T.J. Maxx a lot because they're cheap and have a decent amount to choose form. If I'm at the mall, I'd go to Hot Topic, Aeropostale (stuff without the self-advertisement name of course), and Forever 21. They're also generally cheap.

Price is important, I hate the idea of spending over $50 for an article of clothing. Under $20 is ideal for shirts, under $30 for shoes (although I do go higher sometimes), under $40 for dresses, jackets, and pants. I haven't had a problem with clothes breaking or wearing away too quickly.
 

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Hmm, I've never heard of this clothing brand before. Thank you for saying the name, maybe I'll start buying their products. I recently opened a new online store and I started buying clothes from there for myself and my family. There are just awesome prices and quality products and I wish I knew about them earlier. I accidentally read somewhere on the forum about this online store and after checking the review on newchic I was just shocked and very pleasantly surprised.
 
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