To buy two shirts for £60?

(5 Posts)
FithColumnist Wed 13-Apr-16 23:26:53

They're really nice plain white shirts from M&S. Quality. I'm used to packs of three from Tescos for a tenner. Am I being unreasonable or is this just the onset of middle age/middle class-ness?

SheHasAWildHeart Wed 13-Apr-16 23:34:54

Just buy them. Or don't buy them.

y0rkier0se Thu 14-Apr-16 00:10:14

Depends what you will use them for and if you can afford them. It would be too much for me personally for everyday or work, but if for a holiday or something I might do. If you can afford it and you like them go for it smile

KanyePest Thu 14-Apr-16 04:25:19

You're alright. smile If you like them and you can afford them then go for it.

curren Thu 14-Apr-16 04:42:00

It really depends. Can you afford it?

I have less clothes than most of my friends and family. But I spend more on them. Not designer or anything just a bit more. I would buy 2 shirts for £60, if they were a better fit and I really liked them.

I don't think buying lots of cheap clothes is wrong, nor do I think spending more (if you can afford it) is wrong either. People are just different.

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