£85 hoodie seems quite alright now. Cheap clothes just ain’t rate, I have a lot of cheap rammel that’s unworn, just kick it around the room. Better to get somert more expensive that’s gonna fit good, look good, wash good and you’ll actually wear.
Gramicci shorts are pretty good though for the £60ish mark
18-20 year old me with a credit card would have been all over them shits, especially the 93 ones. I think Droors were around £80 a pair back around '98-99ish, which adjusted for inflation is just under £125
Apologies, I am talking about jeans not jorts, but my head always thinks in prices 20 years back when I shouldn’t as inflation is a thing.
I bought some baggy jeans from ASOS for £18, compared them to a mates polar ones and they were nearly identical sans branding. I think it’s bollocks talking about being anti establishment or whatever and then selling your own shit at high prices. It’s like when car companies market their stuff as “the true drivers car” and then it’s a million quid.
Around 1986/7 things like Life’s A Beach pants were £40, the equivalent today is £120-£125. The shorts were maybe £5 cheaper. A couple of years later and Stussy, Jive and Fuct pants came along. The prices went up but were, in real terms, still in the same kind of price range. That’s what things cost. You can buy them or not. Just saying.
If the guy could actually dress himself properly and wasn’t wearing his shorts like some kind of geriatric then they would be below knee. Ben, whatever you’re doing won’t make a great cover shot so you don’t need to cover your nipples. Just sag ‘em a little dude.