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Cheap Vs. Expensive T-shirts - What's Behind The Price Tag? - Teen Vogue
Cheap Vs. Quality & Quality Vs. Luxury
If you want to be smart about personal finance you have to understand the difference between cheap, quality, and luxury in order to make wise purchasing decisions. In many cases, it might actually deliver a better return on investment. I would never advocate that someone buy an item of questionable quality just because it has the lowest sticker price. Just the opposite. There comes a point, however, where value or return is greatly diminished. Luxury is a high price on a scarce object or service, often with a prestigious brand name stamped on it.
However, have you ever seen an exceptionally well-dressed person? They tend to have a look about them where you just know they paid more for their attire. Quality clothes, while usually more expensive, are worth the investment. They not only last longer, but they also can make you feel better. How many times have you purchased a garment because it was cheap and on sale, only to get a few wears out of it before it falls apart or loses its shape? Quality clothing, while more expensive, is inherently made better. From the higher-end fabrics that last longer, to the stitching higher quality clothes have more stitches per inch to help the piece hold better over the years , clothes you spend more on are designed to last.
If somebody is wearing an expensive suit that doesn't fit them properly, it will give a much worse impression than somebody wearing a cheap.
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That old adage that you get what you pay for is true for some products, but for clothing, not so much, or, at least, not always. Some pricey clothing brands definitely deserve their reputations. However, when I traded in my first Honda, a Civic with K miles on it, a salesman convinced me to buy something else that cost a lot less than another Civic. It was a long time ago when I would let salespeople talk me into stuff. This post may contain affiliate links; please read my disclosure here. The car I bought was a crap-mobile with constant problems even though I bought it new. After less than a year, I traded it in, losing several thousand dollars in the process, and bought a new Civic.