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Believe it or not, you can have good taste AND look presentable without spending 300$ on your entire outfit, let alone one item of clothing. How fucking shallow and materialistic are you that you think you need 300$ designer jeans in order to look good? I mean, really? To me, an expensive pair of jeans is like 60$, 300 is ridiculous. They're not made any differently than 20$ jeans from Walmart, they just have a different label sewn on them, so what are you wasting all that extra money for?
They are made different stop trying to sound smart. Smh. 200$ is fine if thats what they're willing to spend. Who told you to judge based on what they can afford. Trues and other jeans of that caliber are hand made, hand stained hand stitched and use higher quality materials. So they are different than your trailer trash walmart jeans.
Maybe now you can reflect on how absurd it is to spend $300 on Jeans that are ripped, simply because they are "trendy"...
Wow. $300. I wish I had that kind of money to spend on one pair of jeans. Have you ever heard of Walmart?
I'm with you, mlenglish. Why waste 300$ on one pair of jeans when you could probably find two or three really nice pairs for 100$ (if you actually needed new jeans) and then spend the other 200$ on something you actually NEED, save it, or donate it to a charity. Some people are so damn shallow...
No, her grandma wasn't just being nice. She was messing with OP's things without permission. OP deserves some respect. My mom and grandma thought it was fine to clean my desk by throwing things away, write notes on papers I was about to turn in, etc. They thought they were doing me a favor and were angry that I wasn't grateful. I was 20 then. OP probably is around that age too if the jeans were $300.
Guys, they're grandma's, sometimes they genuinely just trying to help out, and possibly might not know the exact thing you plan to do with everything you own. I don't think you should be happy tht your grandma and mom threw your papers away, and you have the right to be angry, but don't reget the fact that they were trying to help.
Have to agree with all the other posters. Buying 300 buck jeans is a bit douchey
No. For the most part, denim is denim, and while yes, some pairs of jeans may be better quality than others, price doesn't necessarily have anything to do with it. I've gotten 20-30$ jeans that were more comfortable and lasted longer than the fancy "in style" jeans I got for over 100$. When that 100$ pair fell apart, I realized it was a huge waste of money and I went back to wearing my 20$ jeans.