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best place(s) to buy quality clothing (mens)

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i hate shopping due to social anxiety so prefer just buying it online so i dont mind paying extra for something that will actually last me for some time. Thanks
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1m, 4d agoPosted 1 month, 4 days ago
i hate shopping due to social anxiety so prefer just buying it online so i dont mind paying extra for something that will actually last me for some time.

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#1
Dont think quality clothing exists anymore. A lot of the top brand names were bought out and are now made in China or similar so you still pay the premium for crap quality.
I bought from the likes of Sunspel before who are expensive yet the quality was akin to Primark.
#2
Hiya I've just got a good few things from zalanda there's a great sale on. Free delivery and returns free too. U don't need to spend loads tho on decent clothes.
#3
Some of my favourite online retailers are ASOS and Boohoo Man. Their quality is surprisingly good, and their returns are completely free and painless. Burton are pretty good, and H&M are my go to for basics like V neck t shirts. In terms of quality I would look for Branded clothing at low prices on eBay and tkMaxx.
#4
I have had some very good made to measure from bespoke on flea bay the essential thing is getting your measurements right and paying for a bespoke measurement from one who alters clothes taylor or skilled dress maker.You cannot do it yourself use your head and pay for what you get .Your body changes over time.Delivery is about 3 weeks pay extra for specials like your initials 100% wool double threaded alternate coloured threading etc customise to your own taste suite .
#5
Gucci
#6
M&S. Next. Gap. In that order. And cheap stuff but good value I use peacocks because I'm 6 foot tall and there stuff fits well.
#7
The trouble is sizing will vary between brands so without you go in store you'll end up having to return the items which will mean interacting with the delivery/collection drivers.

Go to the shops during a quiet period (eg Monday mid morning), find stuff you like, try them on, but them then make a note of the sizes.
Once you know your sizing for that particular store/brand you can buy online without any hassle.
#8
What about catalogue shopping? That way you can order different sizes, try them on in the comfort of your own home and just return what you don't want and pay for the ones you do? Other than that Jacamo? The thing is, internet shopping is excellent for people with social anxiety, but have you tried to get help for this? One of your goals could be to try to visit at least one shop a day (even a small shop, and even if you can manage to stay there for five minutes at a time, and gradually increase this) to try to build your confidence, otherwise you will get to the stage where you do not want to leave the house at all (trust me!) Take care

Edited By: shywallflower on Jan 23, 2017 10:48
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shywallflower
What about catalogue shopping? That way you can order different sizes, try them on in the comfort of your own home and just return what you don't want and pay for the ones you do? Other than that Jacamo? The thing is, internet shopping is excellent for people with social anxiety, but have you tried to get help for this? One of your goals could be to try to visit at least one shop a day (even a small shop, and even if you can manage to stay there for five minutes at a time, and gradually increase this) to try to build your confidence, otherwise you will get to the stage where you do not want to leave the house at all (trust me!) Take care

i like to think i been at that stages for many many years. i just hate going out unless its to attend a lecture or i dont have a choice. i have tried to get help about year and half ago but had to put things on hold after few sessions as i moved for studying purposes. but it is something i want to do once exams are over.
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xPabloz
shywallflower
What about catalogue shopping? That way you can order different sizes, try them on in the comfort of your own home and just return what you don't want and pay for the ones you do? Other than that Jacamo? The thing is, internet shopping is excellent for people with social anxiety, but have you tried to get help for this? One of your goals could be to try to visit at least one shop a day (even a small shop, and even if you can manage to stay there for five minutes at a time, and gradually increase this) to try to build your confidence, otherwise you will get to the stage where you do not want to leave the house at all (trust me!) Take care
i like to think i been at that stages for many many years. i just hate going out unless its to attend a lecture or i dont have a choice. i have tried to get help about year and half ago but had to put things on hold after few sessions as i moved for studying purposes. but it is something i want to do once exams are over.
Good for you, I hope you can get help as it is exhausting trying to find excuses for not attending places or trying to think of shortcuts to everyday activities. Look after yourself, and be kind to yourself, and take small steps at a time, (remember, a small step is better than no step at all) you can do it!

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