G-Star Jeans - LOADS OF SIZES - FROM £115 NOW £50 @ Republic - HotUKDeals
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Republic sale seems to have a few G-star Jeans for once, a couple of the styles have a huge selection of sizes for once too!
ALL £50 now! Bargain but i already have most of these lol
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#1
The RAFF ELWOOD jeans are marked up as "JUST IN" and appear to be the 09 jeans!!!
I think they have cocked up the pricing once again :D Grab a bargain!! they have a few sizes in stock too!
http://www.republic.co.uk/Jeans/G-Star-Raff-Elwood-Jeans/invt/51914
#2
50 quid for a pair of jeans - ridiculous! 115 quid for a pair of jeans - criminal!
#3
Good price for quality jeans.

I can remember a few years back paying £225 for a pair of Evisu jeans when they very 1st came out!
#4
Besford;5582918
50 quid for a pair of jeans - ridiculous! 115 quid for a pair of jeans - criminal!

How much do you pay then , i take it you go Asda for yours? Ive spent £200 on a top before , but if i really like something and its good quailty then ill buy it
#5
£225 for jeans....

£200 for a top.....

More money than sense... I though there was a credit crunch on.... a top and a pair of jeans or 70% of my mortgage payment for a month.... hmmmmm
#6
g-star jeans are nice, but I got 2 pairs. but some of the decor has fallen off.. so not as good as I thought they would be.
#7
morpheus
£225 for jeans....

£200 for a top.....

More money than sense... I though there was a credit crunch on.... a top and a pair of jeans or 70% of my mortgage payment for a month.... hmmmmm


Yes there is a credit crunch NOW!
I can remember a few years back paying £225 for a pair of Evisu jeans when they very 1st came out!
#8
very good price cheers OP!!
#9
magough
Good price for quality jeans.

I can remember a few years back paying £225 for a pair of Evisu jeans when they very 1st came out!


You would admit to that! They saw you coming and you were mugged.
#10
Besford
You would admit to that! They saw you coming and you were mugged.


Well me n 100's of others cos at the time they kept sellin out!
#11
A-n-d-y
How much do you pay then , i take it you go Asda for yours? Ive spent £200 on a top before , but if i really like something and its good quailty then ill buy it

Haven't tried Asda yet but if I was dumb enough to pay £200 for a top I'd certainly keep it a secret.

Carry on spending - the economy certainly needs it (hope it's not on credit though!).
#12
magough
Well me n 100's of others cos at the time they kept sellin out!

Sheep!
#13
Anyone have experience of this companies returns via post, is it free or do you have to pay for it
#14
gogboy
Anyone have experience of this companies returns via post, is it free or do you have to pay for it


Returns are free. You need to email them and they will send out a letter the next day with your prepaid returns label. Very easy and efficient.
#15
What is it with some of you guys on here? That feel the need to moan about the price of clothing/fashion, If your not interested in it and have no intention in buying it then Shhhhh!!! People who buy these items buy it because of the detail and better quality and sometimes just for the brand name to impress or feel good and yes we all know how much they cost to make and the massive mark up but its the same with supermarket baked beans pennies to buy in bulk but sold to us for about 50p for a large tin, At the end of the day its not your money were spending and were all getting robbed by big companies everyday wether it be shops/banks/government whatever.
#16
SPAMDOG;5583816
What is it with some of you guys on here? That feel the need to moan about the price of clothing/fashion, If your not interested in it and have no intention in buying it then Shhhhh!!! People who buy these items buy it because of the detail and better quality and sometimes just for the brand name to impress or feel good and yes we all know how much they cost to make and the massive mark up but its the same with supermarket baked beans pennies to buy in bulk but sold to us for about 50p for a large tin, At the end of the day its not your money were spending and were all getting robbed by big companies everyday wether it be shops/banks/government whatever.

Well said :)

At the end of the day i dont smoke or drink very often , i could call these people fools who spend money on smoking but i dont , you do what you enjoy doing....i happen to enjoy nice clothes , this is what i spend my money on , yes i know about massive mark ups etc ....i dont go spending non stop , i do have limits.
#17
EXACTLY!!
Same here .. i dont smoke either (and never have) but i could go on and on about why would you pay 5 or 6 quid for an item that states it can kill you, will make you stink, have yellow fingers etc etc but i don't!
If you've no interest then keep out of it
What i do with my hard earned money is my business.
banned#18
a quick google and you can find this price elsewhere though the ave price appears to be around an extortionate the £70 mark.

a jean is a jean .. from £10 mark upwards .. there isnt much in it quality wise.
#19
I can't imagine anyone dopey enough in the first place to pay £115 for a pair of G-STAR jeans. G-STAR!!!!

Just saying.
banned#20
A-n-d-y
Well said :)

At the end of the day i dont smoke or drink very often , i could call these people fools who spend money on smoking but i dont , you do what you enjoy doing....i happen to enjoy nice clothes , this is what i spend my money on , yes i know about massive mark ups etc ....i dont go spending non stop , i do have limits.


nice clothes can come cheap you know. maybe you just prefer to pay for the label .. which costs the corporations around half a pence to produce. btw average cost of a denim jean is no more than £5 for these corps to produce. so you can now guage the cost of those massive mark ups you know about .
banned#21
axhole
I can't imagine anyone dopey enough in the first place to pay £115 for a pair of G-STAR jeans. G-STAR!!!!

Just saying.


asda £3 to £10 ... kinda provides a perspective .. on the 'designer' market though ..
#22
wally07
asda £3 to £10 ... kinda provides a perspective .. on the 'designer' market though ..



Then shop at ASDA for your jeans.
Fashion always has and always will have large mark ups.
£50 for a pair of jeans seems ok to me.
No one on hear has to justify spending £50 do they ?
As said before buy your basic beens, coffee,bread if thats what makes you happy good on ya .
#23
Thought you trend followers would realise Asda is the new CK, etc. Fashion cycles follow the economy so make sure your impressionable friends don't see you wearing something 'expensive' - they might think you are being foolish or, worse still, out of touch!

Excuse my bit of fun - of course you should spend your money on whatever you want, but why waste it ?
#24
This online only ?
#25
G star, pretty poor jeans imo, you'd be better off with a pair of levis.

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