1. Well, I don’t have any craze for brands. I just pick up any piece of clothing that suits and fits me. I, honestly, avoid spending lavishly on my outfits as i prefer help needy people instead. That said, I seldom buy from j. as they are the best seller at reasonable prices.

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I adore Khadi Brand as it’s always in a variety of colours and designs. They offer the ever best stuff which is always affordable and durable. On top of that, I feel way more confident and contented while wearing outfits of this brand.

2. Honestly speaking, I never run after brands as I prefer design over brand. If I find nice designs with suitable colour combination, I will go for it. Unlike status conscious people, I look for my own comfort and satisfaction.

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Of course brand!
As you know, in this era of competition, everyone wants to suited and booted properly. I do prefer brand because of peer pressure and the surrounding where everyone talks in terms of brands. Just to avoid inferiority complex and to be confident among my friends, I always buy my attires from different brands.

3. Not really!
Splashing out on my outfits is just a wastage of money, in my viewpoint. I have never spent lavishly on my dresses’ designing as I think there are many people who sleep without having their dinner; helping them is our utmost duty. That said, I would spend generously on my clothes If I felt the need.

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Yes, of course!
We live only once, so we must enjoy our life. I would definitely spend on designing my clothes as to me beautiful and properly designed clothes are everything. Whatever I spend on myself is just mine, the rest will be left behind. So, to keep myself happy, I love to spend a lot of my money on my outfits designing. I never wear any piece of clothing if it’s not designed by anyone of my favourite designers.

4. No, not at all.
I never judge a book by its cover. Sometimes, you can see some great people in shabby clothes, may be because of their jobs or present situation. For example, once I parked my car at the mechanic shop as I had to change my car’s breaks. The mechanic over there wasn’t actually dressed in branded clothes, blew my mind. He was actually a Ph.D. Mechanical Engineer, collecting data for Camry cars. He impressed me by his dealing and services.

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Well, I do think clothing brands reflect someone’s personality to some extent. Attractive personalities mostly wear tidy and eye-catching clothes from some famous brands as a status symbol. You know, beautiful outfits add grace to someone’s personality. So, yes, it helps me to guess about someone’s personality from the clothing brands they are wearing.

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  1. Very sensible answers! 
    + Lots of great vocabulary: spending lavishly,  adore, suitable colour combination, affordable and durable, Splashing out, inferiority complex, favourite designers, judge a book by its cover, eye-catching clothes, status symbol.
    – Is “seldom” the correct word in this sentence: “That said, I seldom buy from j. as they are the best seller at reasonable prices.” (seldom means that you don’t shop there often. If they are the best, surely you should shop there regularly)
    – “They offer the ever best stuff” (it should be “best ever”)
    – “I never run after brands as I prefer design over brand.” (it should be “chase after”)

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