If you were buying a new jacket - denim, leather, wool (your choice) how much would you be prepared to pay? Are you male or female?
We have a vast difference of opinion on how much people are spending these days! Please help.
I'm a woman and I'd say it really depends on the jacket's purpose and how long I expect to be using it.
For a trendy jacket, I would not spend over $35.
For a wool or leather dress coat, that I plan to have for years, $350 would not be unreasonable. The top price I would pay would probably be about $500.
A quality down ski jacket can be bought for $150-200, new. Of course, I always shop second hand first, cause last year's style usually is just as warm. :0
I live in a warm climate so coats or jackets are only worn sporadically for a few months. I bought a nice ralph lauren denim pea jacket this past winter. It was a 200.00 jacket on sale for 75.00. I would never pay full price for a jacket. If I had to, I wouldn't pay over $200. I tend to go for classic rather than trendy.
I agree that it depends on its purpose. but I wouldn't buy one online. I would want to try it on and take a good look.
Well, I live where it snows, so for a decent warm jacket (that doesn't make me look like an elephant), I would pay up to $200.
by cupcakefan6 years ago
Local grocery stores charge $3.99 for a dozen basic cupcakes. How about a gourmet cupcake from a cupcake boutique? Would you pay $3.99 or more for one cupcake?
by blue dog7 years ago
if you were in your golden years and diagnosed with a terminal illness, would you let your children know. if not, why not?
by Bill Manning7 years ago
I have a leather jacket website, and I rank very well for many of the key words. So you would think I get lots of traffic, but that is not the case.So I'm starting to wonder if buying leather jackets online is popular...
by askfazeel6 years ago
Everyone have their own choice for wearing but I have a question that what type of motorcycle jacket you like most. A combination of Safety, Style and fitting makes a jacket perfect. Give me your ideas that...
by james02116 years ago
I would check out craft sites, Threadbangerdotcom, ebay would probably be your best bet. good luck!
Copyright © 2017 HubPages Inc. and respective owners.
Other product and company names shown may be trademarks of their respective owners.
HubPages® is a registered Service Mark of HubPages, Inc.
HubPages and Hubbers (authors) may earn revenue on this page based on affiliate relationships and advertisements with partners including Amazon, Google, and others.