Alright /fa/ggots, fashion priorities.
ITT, post your weekly spending money after expenses, and then list how much you usually spend on various fashion pieces.
I'll start. As a part-time student/worker, my weekly income is about $500 AUD, minus $300 for expenses, leaving $200, which I consistently blow on clothes and alcohol.
I happily spend on various items:
And I'll probably spend +$500 on my grail.
I have other hobbies and interests to support and invest in on a limited pool of money
plus tryna get a good body now so the last month I have spent 0 on clothes
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Spending money after expenses is about 4k weekly. I'm living up in a camp. My food is free, my gas/insurance is free, my rent/internet/cable/gym membership is also free.
Although when I go home, food is about 70$, gas around 100$, insurance for the month is 500$, gym is 30$, person living in my house pays my utilities/mortgage
But all that can't cover up your cunt personality. >inb4 jealous much
Earn like 8000$ per month but don't like my job (programmer) would rather like to go in some design stuff
400$ for alcohol and normal outings
150$ on tickets for clubs, concerts and stuff
2500$ for my appartment
500-1000$ for insurance and bills
2000$ or more aside for holydays
2000$ on cloths
I don't have a car
Tshirt plain 130-250$
NHS band 4 point 17 is £22,016 annually, don't go into the public sector for money, I do it for my own reasons. After tax and NI that's around 17k
I live alone in a cosy one bed flat at £610pcm.
>tfw no gf to gouge your bank balance
Other expenses usually come out to around £250 so every month I have about £560 of my own money. I put £100 into a savings account that I never touch so £460 potentially goes to stuff I choose, mostly clothes.
Average spends on stuff I would estimate at:
trousers/jeans £100 - 250
jackets/outwear £100-400 (sometimes more, but they're special and I save for them specifically)
footwear £150-400 (again more on rare occasions)
Right now I'm saving for a good suit and shoes for my brother's wedding, it's on valentine's day so I'm not too worried about saving in time.
I also have a bit of money coming to me from my grandfather who died recently, but I won't count it because it's not a huge amount and it's a one-time thing and virtually all of it is going into savings.
>tfw poor as fuck in Switzerland but rich everywhere else
>8K is an average salary in switzerland
Lmao what kind of bullshit i must read. I live in Geneva since 20 years, the average salary is about 3 to 5K flat. I don't know in what kind of retarded company you work, but there's no way in hell you're gonna get paid 8K as a code monkey in Geneva.
sorry the average incoming is 6.3k
you must have a really bad job when you think the average is from 3-4k
I'll spend no more than 20 on a tee. But I need to up my budget because I can't find t shirts that are slim and built for long t shirts. American Apparel comes close, but quality is shit and they are almost too slim in small
300 I don't give a fuck
I can get all my pants at j. crew and they fit me great so I don't give a shit
It is important to note I don't own anything even near my max price.
>$400-$500 bi weekly
>$150 on car insurance (brother pays half) probably gonna be less if my mom finally chips in for her car
>$22 for gym membership
>$44 on gas
>$45 on cell bill
I I've started to not buy clothes on weeks my insurance is due but:
>$50-$100 on shirt
>$100-$200 on jeans
>$50-$100 on dress pants/chinos
>$50-$150 on shoes
can't go higher until I find a suitable way to save up, especially since end of season sales will be kicking off in a few months.
im sorry but $100k isn't even a lot of money. it's enough to live extremely comfortably and even fashionably in a lot of places, pretty much everywhere in fact, but it is by no means an exceptional amount of money.
Part-time cashier, full time student
I make ~130 USD a week. I put $100 into savings for paying off my loans and the remaining money is split between gas, food, tobacco, alcohol, and cheap thrift store or H&M cops. I've decided to start abstaining from alcohol and tobacco products until I start making more money. I often end up having to dip into my savings and I feel financially stuck.
it really is a lot of money
just because there are some people making even more, hysterical amounts of money doesn't change that fact. compared to some oil baron, yeah, it's pennies, but keep in mind that the average income everywhere is like ~1k-2k a month, maximum.
you have to factor cost of living around that sort of thing though, any country where average pay is higher than your, almost definitely is going to have a higher cost of living
eg minimum wage in Aus is over double that of US but things cost a shitload more
Well I should clarify. I have undershirts that suffice, but nothing I'd really want to wear by itself.
uniqlo's supima t shirts are okay, but are a bit short for my taste. But that's what I find myself wearing right now.
wouldn't spend more than $100 on a tshirt
down to spend up to $300 on knits
~150 on sweatshirts
~100 on pants
~200 on jeans
~500 on jacket
the most expensive item of clothing i currently own is my sunglasses i paid 220 for lel