As we know fashion is fickle and this is particularly the case with women’s designer clothing. As this season’s must-have pieces fall into obscurity and eventual derision, proactive fashionistas are left to mourn over yet another expensive item of clothing that has gone the way of the Dodo. So what can you do to stay ahead of the curve and ensure you don’t have to follow the costly vicissitude of women’s designer clothing?
It´s highly unlikely that I would ever rush to the designer boutiques as soon as the new ranges arrive. For one thing, I couldn´t afford to buy designer clothing at full (over)price. Furthermore, I´m not really enamoured of expensive labels.
You need only read the message boards on eBay to discover how common the sale of fake designer clothing is. There are countless complaints from buyers that the ´100% guaranteed genuine´ item that they purchased is poor quality and clearly fake.
Designer clothing is much better than ordinary High Street clothing. The standard of workmanship and expertise involved in making fashionable creations designed by Chloe, Chanel and Dior bear no comparison to the mass produced outfits found on overflowing racks in shops such as Primark, Asda and other cheaper chains.
Selling counterfeit designer clothes is a booming enterprise, and more and more individuals internationally are falling foul of the “fake” epidemic, while trying to save a few pounds. Imitation designer clothing is, without exception, inferior and poor quality products, so you do not want to part with your cash for such goods.