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Fred Perry Global Sweatshirt £57 with code @ Asos
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Posted 23rd May

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I appreciate it's not for everyone as it's a bit pricey but I've had my eye on this sweatshirt for a couple years now and this is the cheapest I've come across it in one of the nicer colours that's actually in stock in my size.

My ideal biting point would have been much closer to £40 but these just don't seem to get discounted much so not much I can do about that.
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M and m direct have oddly reduced their mens wear but this in apricot is 45 quid.
Womens in your colour same sort of price

I voted hot by the way as its a decent price for the colour.
Edited by: "brum" 23rd May
brum23/05/2020 01:10

M and m direct have oddly reduced their mens wear but this in apricot is …M and m direct have oddly reduced their mens wear but this in apricot is 45 quid.Womens in your colour same sort of price


Cheers for the heads up. I came across that but wasn't a huge fan of the colour.
ibz10023/05/2020 01:23

Cheers for the heads up. I came across that but wasn't a huge fan of the …Cheers for the heads up. I came across that but wasn't a huge fan of the colour.


Yep i can understand, odd Fred Perry is limiting its sales at the moment, trying to keep itself premium i guess?
Do like some of their gear, just refuse to pay the price they are charging !
Edited by: "brum" 23rd May
brum23/05/2020 01:28

Yep i can understand, odd Fred Perry is limiting its sales at the moment, …Yep i can understand, odd Fred Perry is limiting its sales at the moment, trying to keep itself premium i guess?Do like some of their gear, just refuse to pay the price they are charging !


Yeah I read somewhere that they're trying to change their brand image by outpricing rougher customers.
ibz10023/05/2020 01:41

Yeah I read somewhere that they're trying to change their brand image by …Yeah I read somewhere that they're trying to change their brand image by outpricing rougher customers.


With lyle and Scott, luke 1977 berghaus North face haglof and other premium brands all being chavinated, I can understand, however being chavinated means people are buying that brand.
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Weird they are trying to influence the 'type' of customer in these times ?

Still love perry wear, Ralph Lauren, penguin, a&f all saints, but I'm an old bugger fighting to stay young
brum23/05/2020 01:54

With lyle and Scott, luke 1977 berghaus North face haglof and other …With lyle and Scott, luke 1977 berghaus North face haglof and other premium brands all being chavinated, I can understand, however being chavinated means people are buying that brand..Weird they are trying to influence the 'type' of customer in these times ?Still love perry wear, Ralph Lauren, penguin, a&f all saints, but I'm an old bugger fighting to stay young


Tbh, most chavs I know can afford this stuff anyway. And I feel like they still design things to appeal to chavs. Most chavs would happily wear this sweatshirt.

They really need to hit Paul Smith levels of pricing and they need to minimise their branding if they want a different type of customer.
ibz10023/05/2020 02:04

Tbh, most chavs I know can afford this stuff anyway. And I feel like they …Tbh, most chavs I know can afford this stuff anyway. And I feel like they still design things to appeal to chavs. Most chavs would happily wear this sweatshirt. They really need to hit Paul Smith levels of pricing and they need to minimise their branding if they want a different type of customer.


Paul Smith wear was reasonably priced a few years ago. Cant recall the range but it wasn't much more then Debenham range of clothes.
Not really been checking the ranges out as stuck to lyle and Scott, luke 1977 nike North face berghaus Adidas superdry a&f penguin, Republic, Ralph Lauren and the like as decent materials and fit and value for money.
Ok superdry have gone poor quality wise but most have been consistent and can always snap some bargains.

The next price range up (armani onwards) I don't bother with as I weight lift, then diet so my size changes every 6 months and while I'm OK financially, I won't chuck money around. I do have a soft spot for fred perry though
Edited by: "brum" 23rd May
In the same league as these monstrosities in my opinion, sorry.

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brum23/05/2020 02:17

Paul Smith wear was reasonably priced a few years ago. Cant recall the …Paul Smith wear was reasonably priced a few years ago. Cant recall the range but it wasn't much more then Debenham range of clothes.Not really been checking the ranges out as stuck to lyle and Scott, luke 1977 nike North face berghaus Adidas superdry a&f penguin, Republic, Ralph Lauren and the like as decent materials and fit and value for money.Ok superdry have gone poor quality wise but most have been consistent and can always snap some bargains.The next price range up (armani onwards) I don't bother with as I weight lift, then diet so my size changes every 6 months and while I'm OK financially, I won't chuck money around. I do have a soft spot for fred perry though


Haha, yeah the 'premium chav' corner is quite a competitive market these days. Shame so many non-luxury brands like Fred Perry are trying to price their way out of it.

That said I don't hugely mind overpaying for something like this every now and then as it's only for lounging around the house or meeting mates or nipping out on errands. The vast majority of the time I'll be wearing stuff that has no visible branding as that suits my style more.
ezzer7223/05/2020 02:28

In the same league as these monstrosities in my opinion, sorry.[Image]


No worries mate. You've nothing to apologise for.
ezzer7223/05/2020 02:28

In the same league as these monstrosities in my opinion, sorry.[Image]



I see your point but fred perry is more classic than kickers who were great in 1990.

Perry is around the same league as la coste, up from a&f, lyle and Scott penguin and Co.
Edited by: "brum" 23rd May
ibz10023/05/2020 02:29

Haha, yeah the 'premium chav' corner is quite a competitive market these …Haha, yeah the 'premium chav' corner is quite a competitive market these days. Shame so many non-luxury brands like Fred Perry are trying to price their way out of it.That said I don't hugely mind overpaying for something like this every now and then as it's only for lounging around the house or meeting mates or nipping out on errands. The vast majority of the time I'll be wearing stuff that has no visible branding as that suits my style more.


Its weird, I'm certainly not in the chav category, I'm 47 and work in emergency service sector for last 20 years, have 4 boys but like some of the stuff they like.
My trainer collection i like to think, all over theirs.
Nike 90s, 95s, 98s, 720s and some fly knits ( waiting for vapourmax 25th may to drop to 65 quid in nike sale)
Adidas stan smiths, super stars
Puma madrids and romas
Old but still clinging on to youth
Edited by: "brum" 23rd May
ezzer7223/05/2020 02:28

In the same league as these monstrosities in my opinion, sorry.[Image]


Sorry to say i purchased that jumper back in the late 90s
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