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View Poll Results: What market segment are most of your clothing purchases?
Economy 7 21.21%
Fast Fashion 1 3.03%
Mid-Range 12 36.36%
Semi-Premium 3 9.09%
Premium 8 24.24%
Luxury 2 6.06%
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Old 12-04-2018, 08:13 PM
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Location: Ft. Collins, CO 'til the end of 2019
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Originally Posted by lkb0714 View Post
As an aside the average American spends $1700 a year on clothing. If you have 700 pieces to have spent less than what most spent in a year, you would need to have averaged less than $2.50 per item. That is highly improbable. Maybe you mean what the average per spent over a decade.
Don't wanna take over the thread, but as I've said before, I've bought designer pieces or ensembles for $5-20. I go a decade without buying anything. I don't need anything else & haven't for many years. Handwashing is a big help as is at home dry cleaning. With accessories, I have a whole collection of designer bags... most I've paid $1.75-2.50/ea, but of course, they're all 2nd hand.

I described all of this in previous posts.
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What category does Uniqlo fall under?
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