Armiger said[quote]xrichx said
You're slamming Dolce & Gabbana (D&G) prices, but endorse Ed Hardy (a fad that passed years ago) which is notorious as being overpriced? At least with D&G you can get items made with better quality materials that were not sewn together in a sweatshop.
Fashion trends don't move as quickly in some areas.
Oh, Tennessee. Nevermind.
1st off I'm in Tennesse for college and I don't guy by fashion trends because I wear what I want to F#@*ING wear, not what the TV, company, media, or any superficial idiot tells me to wear, I like Ed hardy and wear it because it looks good to me, on me, and it's apart of who I am. So before you judge me get your facts straight, and don't try me again.[/quote]
You are not into fashion trends, but you latched onto Ed Hardy—a fashion trend that has come and gone? You think you're Mr. Rebel? Mr. Outsider? But you're wearing Ed Hardy?
If the clothes fit you and you like the designs—good. Wear all the Ed Hardy you want. I don't care. But don't think you can get away with slamming the high prices of designer fashions without being confronted with the fact that Ed Hardy is just as culpable, but on a lower scale.