Super Market Clothing And Brand Name Clothing

Introduction

More and more supermarkets are releasing their own range of clothing for adults and children. Although the labels may not be designer – the range is good, the quality is high, and the price is right. Recently – ASDA (Part of the Wal-Mart family) started an exceptional 100 day guarantee on all its clothing range. This is better than any guarantee offered by any top brand label – and shows the level of service and quality supermarkets are putting into their clothing. With a great variety of styles and fashionable garments, at a fantastic price – is there any reason to pay top prices for top brands?

Top Brand Designer Labels.

Unfortunately when asked, the majority of a survey conducted said the main reason for buying a designer outfit was purely for the name. With a higher price tag, is it worth purchasing clothing for the label alone? The main benefit of owning a designer item is letting others know that it is a high priced item – which is why most designers insure their logo or name is in a prime location. People want others to know they paid a high price for their clothing, giving them an image of wealth and division. Designer clothing is usually modern, with a wide range of styles to choose from.

Despite many people buying designer clothing solely for the name – it is worth noting that the quality of the garments are usually much higher than some supermarket attire. Designer clothing usually uses a higher quality of material – insuring less problems and less shrinkage after washing.

The higher prices can sometimes reflect the quality of the clothes. An £8 shirt from a supermarket may shrink a lot after the first washing – sometimes making it too tight to wear. A designer shirt may cost £30, but it will keep its size throughout a number of washes.