Yesterday I went shopping with a group of friends and I was really disappointed with the clothing designs I saw. What was wrong? Put simply, there were shirts, sweaters, hoodies, tanktops, etc that had just a plain color with no logo or anything whatsoever and it costed quite pricely. I’ve seen similar designs in many different stores and one store would be more costly compared to the other by 4x the price! Some of you might think, “That’s just the way it is!” Considering the fact that it’s the brand that makes the clothing cost freaking pricey! I don’t know if any of you feel the same way as I do but…I don’t buy from a store because of its brand but because I like their designs and I go back to the store hoping that their clothing would have nice and cool designs on them. And by having only your brand name on the shirt with a plain color makes me extremely disappointed. I ended up buying a plain orange-colored hoodie because it was only decent compared to the other clothings in the store. I think the companies are beginning to think we’ll buy from their brand just because it’s a popular brand (which I’m sure we do!) and therefore causing them to begin to lack the creativity they used to have!
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