Whats the point of the fake designers Stuff?

Those days we were so manipulated by media and commercial that there are so many people buying over expensive branded cloth or even worse, fake ones. I don’t get it, well obviously not everyone has enough money to buy some brand but why do they have to buy fake one and pretend. It feels like to fit in, to be in the mold , we have to get the last famous brand to be “cool”. This starts at school where it’s actually the worst because kids can be very mean and reject others who dress differently. But it’s a common work than people should do. To not make their kids use to have those expensive useless stuff, to not let them be manipulate. I like the way japanese do actually with uniform, to avoid any difference between kids at these level. I would love that they apply these in my country. Don’t let a brand define you, don’t buy fake ones to get approbation of others, be yourself, wear what you like for what it looks not what is write on it. 

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101 thoughts on “Whats the point of the fake designers Stuff?

  1. There’s too much pressure on people and kids to look a certain way. Personally, I don’t understand it. I’ve never wanted to look like everyone else or follow the crowd. Just be yourself.

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    1. People forgot how to be who they are, maybe is media fault or internet where someone tells us how to dress and how to live our life, its our choice, we should listen them, we have our own brain🤗

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      1. And that’s one of the reason why my husband did not finish school, because he has only one pair of pants to wear going to school. I don’t think kids on their school is very forgiving from their country.

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      2. Whats so painful, i cant imagine how rude kids can be sometimes, but it comes from the environment around them, maybe at their own house they talk badly about people who has less…❤️

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  2. I am from India.. we have uniforms here in schools and many colleges too. And it’s great to have it.. equality is maintained. And one more thing I want to highlight is kids should not be given high brand products since early age.. parents must teach them to earn their own luxuries and not to depend on them for it..

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      1. A serious wrong indeed.. their brain works reverse I think.. fake stuff to show off.ughhh!! And even worse is I have seen people boasting about it to be the real stuff..Just ignore those crowds

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  3. Hi Ilona! I agree, there is just so much pressure now, starting with kids in school and continuing as adults, that they need to look a certain way, dress a certain way. And if you don’t have all the latest top brands then there must be something wrong with you. And that makes it so hard on some people and their kids who just can’t afford it, so people don’t want to hang around with those people who can’t afford. People should just be themselves and not just follow the crowd. Yes, uniforms in school would be great, then everyone would be equal, which would solve a lot of problems. Great post Ilona!!😃🌞😺

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      1. It does make us feel awesome! And great if you can find a sale on name brand clothing or other items. I am so pitiful! My sister gave me a name brand purse recently, and I didn’t even know it, till everyone around me was bragging on it and telling me how costly it was…I was clueless! My sister has a sweet giving spirit. She blesses me so much!

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  4. Hi Ilona! I agree, there is just so much pressure now, starting with kids in school and continuing as adults, that they need to look a certain way, dress a certain way. And if you don’t have all the latest top brands then there must be something wrong with you. And that makes it so hard on some people and their kids who just can’t afford it, so people don’t want to hang around with those people who can’t afford. People should just be themselves and not just follow the crowd. Yes, uniforms in school would be great, then everyone would be equal, which would solve a lot of problems. Great post Ilona!!😃🌞😺

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      1. Yes, I agree that it just doesn’t work well, will have to change it again. Sigh. I don’t have many options.😁😂Think I will try Rusty. Thanks for stopping by today too! Hope you have a good night Ilona!!😁🌙💛

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      2. Good thought, I’m making something to eat, seems to me I did that yesterday too. Hmm. Now it won’t let me change my picture. Having some problems today with my site, it was a WordPress problem they said which affected some sites, like mine naturally.😂😁😹

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      3. I’m breathing, I’m breathing!😂😂I think it’s all working normally now except for changing my picture. I was actually unable to get on my site for about an hour, right while I was writing my post!😁These things always happen to me.😂😹

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      4. It’s a beautiful sunny day so I was out this morning taking more pictures around town and another park for my next coffee post. So I’m a bit behind in posting today, have to write faster I guess!😁📷🌞

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      5. Well, my post was supposed to be a morning post. I already started it, but I won’t get it posted until afternoon now, oh well, for most of my readers it would be afternoon even in the morning I guess.😂😁

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  5. Agreed don’t let a brand define you. I say, create your own brand! So many websites like spreadshirt and others that give people the option. That’s how I started making my own workout shirts. Be your own brand!

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    1. In this case they should walk bare feet, i never understood how you can discriminate someone at school, i have never seen such a thing at my school, but i heard many stories online about it and some even went into bulling and physical hurting, just because someone have less or is different, how can it even happen?

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      1. Yeah It happens more often than you think, its really sad I think its society and how everyone is always trying to be something they are not. Once alot of these bullies get older you end up seeing them on the news for a string of crimes

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  6. Up to some controversy Ilona?

    Good afternoon. I am here to offer you’all another point of you. When one buys a knock off, it’s poking your finger in the eyes of the ones that pay full price. Because here I am having as much fun for $50, and you’re struggling to enjoy yourself for $5000.00. As I said, a different point of view, and one with a bit more humor. Cheers!

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  7. There’s a ton of fake designer stores around here. My mom actually used to work at a fake designer clothing store before I was born. The store still exists but I personally don’t shop there. People like discounts and they don’t care if they’re sacrificing quality for a good deal. We live in a throw-away society.

    I don’t typically buy designer brands unless it’s something I really really want. I have a Guess purse and some sample-sized Marc Jacobs perfumes, and a pair of Nike shoes. I use these items and enjoy them. I’m not one to follow the crowds and I do what I want to do – not what society expects me to do. Everyone I know shops at Sephora and is obsessed with makeup. I don’t wear makeup and I’m not into girly stuff like high heels 👠 high heels hurt my feet. I care about comfort, and my Nike shoes are comfortable. Oh yeah, they’re kid sized because I have tiny feet and they were on sale! 🏃‍♀️

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    1. Exactly if you buy it to enjoy not to show off is completely different story❤️I have few as well i bought it not because i want to be excepted at the gang or to show off i bought it because i like it and i enjoy it, but when i touch those clothes i dont feel like they are very different from those what i got for few euros❤️

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      1. I had Starbucks yesterday which is something I don’t typically do. If someone didn’t know me, they would probably think I’m one of those people who goes to Starbucks everyday. It’s amazing how brands define a person.

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  8. so true. When I lived in England we wore uniforms which is great. We are all the same and there is no brand involved..I know in USA they say clothing is a Childs personality but I think otherwise…this is my thought

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  9. We have uniform in Australia which looks so good on kids. It’s pretty, much better than usual clothes. Lots of colours and stuff. Anyway, I love buying branded stuff because I can afford it and I think I deserve it. For me it is cheaper to save for good quality 1 thing than buy 10 of those cheap and throw them away one by one because they are bad in quality. And it looks cheap and person look cheap. I love feel myself great in clothes that I am wearing, otherwise why do I need wearing clothes at all. I am teaching my kids respect themselves and others that’s how expensive stuff won’t influence their social life. Respect others like you respect yourself no matter what clothes they are wearing. People can wear cheap clothes and being morons to others and other ones who wear expensive they can respect people around them no matter how much bucks they put in their wardrobe. 🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻☀️☀️☀️💞💞💞🌈🌈🌈

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  10. What a great post. I wish every individual
    had enough confidence to walk into a thrift shop, and be able to style themselves with what was on the racks. You summed it up nicely with these words “Don’t let a brand define you, don’t buy fake one to get approbation of others, be yourself, wear what you like for what it look not what is write on it.”

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  11. Haha.. i only buy Under 10 Dollar Shirts better
    Put my Wife Picks ’em out for me.. as every shirt
    is Full of Holy And Sacred Purpose in Meaning
    as i become
    the Zen Ego
    Just for Fun
    For what the
    Shirt Represents..
    hmm.. Brand Names
    how about Messages instead
    of Just Labels Hehe.. at the Military
    Gym an Instructor was teaching someone
    how to use the Machines and i went up to Her to
    Say What do you think Life would be better with
    Lessons or No Lessons hehe.. they misunderstood
    me to mean Wisdom Lessons through Experience
    as Language will be confusing too.. as all Words
    are Metaphors for Essence anyway point being
    When We Learn to Use Machines to Move
    We Become Machines when we rely
    on Brand Labels to define the
    Meaning of our Life in
    Social Status
    For Self
    Esteem
    we become
    the Form of Brand
    Labels instead of the
    Essence of Expressing
    Ourselves in our own Written
    Directed Produced and Acted Play
    of Life.. ugh.. no Uniforms for me
    the same old dam thing bores me
    past tears to Numb just Numb
    hAha if the Washing Machine
    Ever Breaks i have enough
    Graphic T-Shirts to Last
    Almost 3 Years with Smiles..
    all different too.. all with Potential
    To exercise another Zen Art of Ego Each Day..
    no UniForm for me in Fact in/as the Art of Essence
    i will go Deeper than any Form at all as We become
    Water of Soul rather than only a Metal Chalice of
    Label
    as
    Gold
    hmm.. it’s
    what we feel
    and sense within
    that is all at essence
    that really counts some folks
    let other folks own their emotions
    and senses and other folks generate
    all their own sunshine within.. with
    sure a bit of help from a few friends too..
    particularly the Spirit Free Within to JusT Be..
    Smiles my Friend some folks look up to the sky to find
    Spirit never looking within wearing Cultural Clothes
    where God (the rest of Human Nature) reminds hidden..:)

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  12. Media decides what to wear what not to wear, they take the trends, they set the trends. So when someone is unique and out of the box he is so called “weird” and criticised. Unluckily same thing becomes a trend in years. I would like to remind a small quote.

    “Elegance isn’t solely defined by what you wear. It’s how you carry yourself, how you speak, what you read.-Caroline Herrera”

    Brand is only a quality, We should teach next generation that Real elegance is not on a dress. They must come out of brand prison. Kids are sometimes so mean like you mentioned, It their parents mistake and we should correct them too.

    Thanks Ilona, your blog is short but you are the one in a kind leaves short blog with a deep message. Sorry for late reply. Sometime good messages takes time isnt it.😉✨Let our keyboards talk and make the change✨✍️

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      1. You are right, ilona madam. Buying fake brands causes more harm than good. Firstly, it tarnishes our image if someone spots it being fake, then secondly, we are damaging the honest employees and craftspeople who create the branded stuff.
        Not to mention, we get addicted to using fake brands, which is a very bad lifestyle choice and leads to lowering of self-esteem and standard of living.

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  13. Bonjour ou bonsoir ILIONA

    Mon amitié est une chanson
    Que je dépose chez toi
    Qui m’ apporte tant d’émotion

    Mon amitié est ma chanson
    Je veux partager avec passion
    De notes de musique sur un rythme fantastique

    Mon amitié est une chanson
    Que j’offre sans aucune condition
    Sur des paroles qui te feront rêver

    cette amitié est une chanson
    Je l’apprécie et j’en suis fière
    Cette amitié que je l’ai construit avec toi

    Sur cet air de musique
    Que je te fredonne
    Je te souhaite une très bonne journée ou soirée

    Gros bisous,

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  14. This is a very important point you have mentioned here:
    “To fit in, to be in the mold , we have to get the last famous brand to be “cool”. This is something that I see happening around me so many times, specially when it comes to teenagers. This is because being cool and popular helps people get attention, and it is this attention they seek so that they can feel better and be socially accepted. There’s still a slight component of being different and unique but because everyone is trying to be different and unique, it’s now a form of conformity. Everybody is unique and beautiful in their own different ways, and this certainly, as you mention, doesn’t have to be through wearing ‘expensive’, ‘branded’ clothing. That’s why I like to believe, “To be yourself in a world that is constantly trying to make you something else is the greatest accomplishment.”
    Thank-you for sharing, well very said.

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    1. Good Afternoon Saania, we all are unique and beautiful, exactly and our health is the most important thing, the rest doesn’t matter🤗thank you so much for reading and for explaining your point of view, i can agree with you, when people dont have what else to show or to get attention they use those tricks, showing brand clothes and bags so this way they get folks who follows them. Not all of course if someone buying it because they really like and they dont want to show off is completely different :)❤️

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  15. Very well said Ilona… here where we live they stopped uniforms at some schools but the schools my children go to they wear uniforms. I love the fact they do become they are all dressed the same an equally. One thing about my children they are not into designer clothing or shoes like that.. especially my daughter… she don’t care what people say about her she’s her own person so I love how you broke this down… ❤️❤️❤️

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  16. This world is becoming harder to live with! Nowadays there are copy A and copy B and whatever fake brands…they rush to invent copies and people rush to buy them! About me I buy what I can afford, sometimes it might be a copy because this is what is available and sometimes it’s something that suits me regardless if it’s brand or not
    Our society cares a lot about appearances and they can really whip you with their judgments and criticisms but when you are happy and satisfied nothing can affect you at all! Clothes and money and fancy stuff don’t make people and human beings…

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  17. I completely agree, branded stuff is overrated. Also, I can’t understand people’s obsession.
    Why do they want to prove their superiority, when they aren’t going to take anything but their conscience with them when they die.

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    1. I think is better to die with memories instead of having a death around gucci bags, but i guess everyone prefer different things, if for someone buying a gucci bag is good memory to remember, than what can i say?😁

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      1. I don’t understand those people either. They seek happiness in material things, when pure happiness can only be found within.
        Yes, I agree, better not to question them. 😂

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