Lacoste Zip Harrington - half price - £119.50 at Triads
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Lacoste Zip Harrington - half price - £119.50 at Triads

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Found 7th Sep 2017
LACOSTE
Zip Harrington Jacket - Macaroon
NOW £119.50
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WAS £239.00|SAVE £119.50 (50%)
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Peacocks sell this jacket but it's missing that little crocodile badge - £14.99

What's not to like?
pennyfarthing883 m ago

Peacocks sell this jacket but it's missing that little crocodile badge - …Peacocks sell this jacket but it's missing that little crocodile badge - £14.99What's not to like?


Good comment, this is still a ridiculous price for a badge.
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narrow down by size first, as they are on sale £15-25 few sizes left of various colours
Designer items never get heat unless they are ridiculous cheap
Jon Snow?
OP best get their coat, getting rather cold in here...
rickys what?
I can get this jacket in Primark for £10. I love to dress fully in Primark, George by ASDA and Tesco brands. It makes me really stand out in my city job.
othen12 h, 2 m ago

Good comment, this is still a ridiculous price for a badge.


You could say this about any branded item! I think it's a pretty good price for a decent jacket. I spent £1000 on a Burberry jacket...worth every penny, looks a million bucks and will probably have it for 20 years or more
halsallms1 h, 49 m ago

I can get this jacket in Primark for £10. I love to dress fully in …I can get this jacket in Primark for £10. I love to dress fully in Primark, George by ASDA and Tesco brands. It makes me really stand out in my city job. You could say this about any branded item! I think it's a pretty good price for a decent jacket. I spent £1000 on a Burberry jacket...worth every penny, looks a million bucks and will probably have it for 20 years or more


I think most subscribers to HUKD would not agree that branded fashion items are worth a very high mark up for a badge (I would be of that opinion as well), that does not mean that high quality items do not get well supported (I recall a Rolex watch doing very well a few months ago, it was a very nice item at a very good price).

It is clear that in this case the 'voice of the body of the kirk' has been against this item, and considers it very poor value, but that is no justification for you to make facetious remarks about others. Many of us consider items from Primark, George, ASDA and Tesco to be apposite in the right circumstances, not because we are lower class people but because we appreciate good value.
othen6 h, 4 m ago

I think most subscribers to HUKD would not agree that branded fashion …I think most subscribers to HUKD would not agree that branded fashion items are worth a very high mark up for a badge (I would be of that opinion as well), that does not mean that high quality items do not get well supported (I recall a Rolex watch doing very well a few months ago, it was a very nice item at a very good price). It is clear that in this case the 'voice of the body of the kirk' has been against this item, and considers it very poor value, but that is no justification for you to make facetious remarks about others. Many of us consider items from Primark, George, ASDA and Tesco to be apposite in the right circumstances, not because we are lower class people but because we appreciate good value.


You say that sporting a Porsche logo. There are plenty of ways to get get decent clothing at a decent price without scraping the bottom of the barrel. You don't have to be rich to buy clothing from Zara or go to a shopping outlet. I prefer quality over quantity. I don't really care whether a primark jumper has reduced £2 in value. If a well known brand is at a 50% discount or more than that's potentially a good deal worth looking at.
I paid £100 for a Thomas Pink blue jacket similar to this one. Retails between £300-400. It's good quality, fantastic style so was that 'over priced.'? No
halsallms2 h, 20 m ago

You say that sporting a Porsche logo. There are plenty of ways to get get …You say that sporting a Porsche logo. There are plenty of ways to get get decent clothing at a decent price without scraping the bottom of the barrel. You don't have to be rich to buy clothing from Zara or go to a shopping outlet. I prefer quality over quantity. I don't really care whether a primark jumper has reduced £2 in value. If a well known brand is at a 50% discount or more than that's potentially a good deal worth looking at.


I do drive a Porsche, but I do not denigrate others who chose to drive Fords or Fiats. I like bespoke suits and shirts, but I still buy casual clothes from Primark or Asda because I think they are perfectly adequate.

If you wish to spend thousands on labels that is your business, but I don't think you will find many supporters on this forum, furthermore if you chose to disrespect people for buying less expensive items that will not win you many friends.
othen8th Sep

I do drive a Porsche, but I do not denigrate others who chose to drive …I do drive a Porsche, but I do not denigrate others who chose to drive Fords or Fiats. I like bespoke suits and shirts, but I still buy casual clothes from Primark or Asda because I think they are perfectly adequate. If you wish to spend thousands on labels that is your business, but I don't think you will find many supporters on this forum, furthermore if you chose to disrespect people for buying less expensive items that will not win you many friends.


You're not understanding the thread of my argument. I'm simply suggesting that there are plenty of good shops you can go to and plenty of sales and cut price deals where you don't have to resort to the cheapest possible shop. On the flip side i don't think that people that search for a bargain label should be looked down on either. What model do you drive out of interest, my brother leases a 911 turbo
Don't mug yourself.
halsallms2 h, 5 m ago

You're not understanding the thread of my argument. I'm simply suggesting …You're not understanding the thread of my argument. I'm simply suggesting that there are plenty of good shops you can go to and plenty of sales and cut price deals where you don't have to resort to the cheapest possible shop. On the flip side i don't think that people that search for a bargain label should be looked down on either. What model do you drive out of interest, my brother leases a 911 turbo


I'd agree with that. Like you I like nice things, many of which are never discounted (bespoke suits and shirts, and perhaps Porsche cars for example) - but I don't think those things would interest many HUKD subscribers (more M&S than Jermyn Street - but there is nothing wrong with that). When it comes to common user things like casual clothes, consumer electronics, food shopping and daily driver cars I can't see the point of paying any more just for a label. Like many chaps I'm happy to buy my boxer shorts from Primark (4 pairs for £4.50) - and the quality is pretty well the same as the ones Next sell at £22 (without the Next badge of course). My daily driver car is a diesel Skoda Superb estate (the most practical car going) - and I really don't worry about the Skoda badge stigma (although some of my friends do) - I bought it new for cash (saving £6,000 on the manufacturer's price) and will probably run it for 10 years.

Re my Porsche: it is a Boxster (981 model) - an indulgence my son and I allow ourselves for his school run. Your brother must be doing well to have a 911 Turbo (a nice car, but a little rich for my tastes).

I'm pleased we see (more or less) eye to eye now.

Best wishes.
othen19 h, 49 m ago

I'd agree with that. Like you I like nice things, many of which are never …I'd agree with that. Like you I like nice things, many of which are never discounted (bespoke suits and shirts, and perhaps Porsche cars for example) - but I don't think those things would interest many HUKD subscribers (more M&S than Jermyn Street - but there is nothing wrong with that). When it comes to common user things like casual clothes, consumer electronics, food shopping and daily driver cars I can't see the point of paying any more just for a label. Like many chaps I'm happy to buy my boxer shorts from Primark (4 pairs for £4.50) - and the quality is pretty well the same as the ones Next sell at £22 (without the Next badge of course). My daily driver car is a diesel Skoda Superb estate (the most practical car going) - and I really don't worry about the Skoda badge stigma (although some of my friends do) - I bought it new for cash (saving £6,000 on the manufacturer's price) and will probably run it for 10 years.Re my Porsche: it is a Boxster (981 model) - an indulgence my son and I allow ourselves for his school run. Your brother must be doing well to have a 911 Turbo (a nice car, but a little rich for my tastes).I'm pleased we see (more or less) eye to eye now.Best wishes.


Yes sorry for my earlier comment, I do like to stir the pot a little bit and provoke debate!

I agree with you, there are certain places i go for certain items. i get my unknown brand gym gear from sports direct and the t-shirts are fantastic. There are also some branded clothes which are very bad quality and you are essentially paying for the label which is very annoying.

A 911 turbo is a bit flash and very expensive leasing it like that! But as a salesman it kind of goes with the territory. I'm a reluctant 4X4 Jeep owner but hope to persuade my wife to go electric in the future.

Anyway happy hunting. I applaud any like minded individual who stands by the principle of savvy shopping, simultaneously keeping the economy ticking over without adding to the credit bubble!
halsallms55 m ago

Yes sorry for my earlier comment, I do like to stir the pot a little bit …Yes sorry for my earlier comment, I do like to stir the pot a little bit and provoke debate! I agree with you, there are certain places i go for certain items. i get my unknown brand gym gear from sports direct and the t-shirts are fantastic. There are also some branded clothes which are very bad quality and you are essentially paying for the label which is very annoying.A 911 turbo is a bit flash and very expensive leasing it like that! But as a salesman it kind of goes with the territory. I'm a reluctant 4X4 Jeep owner but hope to persuade my wife to go electric in the future. Anyway happy hunting. I applaud any like minded individual who stands by the principle of savvy shopping, simultaneously keeping the economy ticking over without adding to the credit bubble!


Original Poster
The post wasn't about whether people want to spend money on a designer item & whether designer items are good value was it though? This is 50% discounted so imo it was a good price, hence the post. *gets coat (again).
rickyswank5 m ago

The post wasn't about whether people want to spend money on a designer …The post wasn't about whether people want to spend money on a designer item & whether designer items are good value was it though? This is 50% discounted so imo it was a good price, hence the post. *gets coat (again).



What exactly is designer about that jacket? It's like something out of an 80s Dempsey & Makepeace episode.
Are you on the payroll Swank?
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