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    Where to find the best quality un-branded clothes?

    Hi,

    New to the forum and looking for a bit of advice on finding decent un-branded clothes. I'm looking for good quality clothes, without paying premium rip-off price tags. I've tried some of ASOS stuff and it can be hit and miss.

    Does anyone have any suggestions?

    Thanks in advance.

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    You get what you pay for and imo its better to own less that are of good quality and that work well together than own a wardrobe of cheap junk. Having said that you do have a couple of options if you're trying to save money

    1 eBay. can buy branded goods a lot cheaper than in shop
    2. Sales. Currently a lot of sales in several high street shops where closed is less than 50% of retail price
    3. Budget Basics. Ive picked up a couple of basics in the likes of Primark such as layering tees which which have actually been very good quality

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    Just started buying my tees from Gap. Never shopped there in my life, but the tees are great quality imo. Best I've had as far as basic / affordable crew necks go. Not sure on their other stuff

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    I second GAP. I find their basic stuff is really good quality for the price. I have quite a few pieces from there which always keep their shape and last really well.

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    GAP are a really good shout, particularly their tees. The difference in quality in the fabric between them and say Reiss is ridiculous. GAP are much better and a lot cheaper. Otherwise H&M items can be OK or Uniqlo.

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    Interesting point on gap, how are they for work shirts?

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