Where can a poor person purchase fashionable clothes that do not cost a large amount of money?
Honestly it isn't that bad but the whole store is pretty gross as a whole. You can find one or two good things there once in a while though.
Just start small m8, you don't need to cop 1000 dollar clothes. Go to Uniqlo, get some t shirts and button ups (if they fit), and grab a pair of Levi's + a nice pair of shoes. From there, just buy a nice piece every couple weeks and slowly add things to your wardrobe.
Uniqlo is like a much better, Japanese Target. Idk, why people hype Target, some of their stuff is okay like Arizona if you're just starting out, but you should really try thrifting
I'd say that the focus on simplicity is a pretty Japanese value when it comes to design. Merchandising alone makes Uniqlo way easier t shop than traditional American specialty retailers. Also, their product range is very focuses and because they make instead of buying product, they do a better job of tailoring their wares to their customer's immediate needs (color, climate, whatever) than more generic retailers.
But it's silly to compare the two. Target has never billed itself as a seller of simple basics and has always tried to have SOME trend-oriented cachet, hence all the designer collabs. On the other hand, Uniqlo only sells clothes and produces very narrow product ranges and customers often don't suffer the paralysis from too many choices that plague some stores.
urban carries some great brands, idk why people speak like they're one entity ala uniqlo, h&m etc. same with ASOS
anyway they have some decent stuff, but it tends to be overpriced for what it is. their sales are crazy good so keep an eye out for them
I like Uniqlo but alot the praise here def comes from ~special snowflakes~. The brand is only now taking off in north america and europe, if it ever reaches a familiarity level with the general public like zara and h&m /fa/ will turn on them