I can’t believe we’re all hanging out with, so cancel if you want. Hey you want to go shopping because I need to pick up my shorts for my jiu-jitsu class and protein powder so I can get both up for my honeymoon. Can really fill out that one, speaking of which lets the Victoria’s Secret. You know Victoria’s Secret was originally marketed as a story for men it was supposed to be a sexy place where they could buy underpants for their wives and girlfriends. It was in 1982 that they change their product and have change for more exclusive kind of underwear.
Okay we’ll ditch the underpants unless you don’t ruin the mall because I love the mall. I mean look at this place it is very safe and you get such a great deal and you look like you’re in pain. What could be possibly bad about the mall? Advertising, racism, and many more. Nope they’re simply way too many of them it all started in 1956 when an Austrian architect named Victor Gruen invented the mall.
The modern mall shall be indoor towns fair people cannot only shop but live and walk and build in community but his beautiful dream was corrupted by greedy developers. In the fifties a legal loophole turn new developments in to tax shelters and nothing sheltered more taxes than malls. As a result there was virtually no way to lose money building them. By the nineteen seventies we have build huge numbers of malls all across America because of this loophole.
More than anyone needs, if you hate the regular mall why don’t we just go to the outlet. Sure oh you won’t find a deal there. here I’ll show you Look all of this, it’s very is amazing brands, the clothes are stalking their inventory and then we get them sweet sweet discounts. This one’s made of gold and it’s only five dollars I win bucket.
See outlets have customers like us get one over on that big bad company. Yes that is what they want you to think but the truth is factory rejects it all. They’re just cheap low quality close the retailer is pretending are overstock. Some estimates that 85 percent of clothes sold an outlet were actually manufactured exclusively for the outlets. what that’s crazy and openly admits that their outlets it’s a hundred percent think about it. There are over 12,000 outlet stores throughout the U.S. how could factories be making enough mistakes to stock them all. Okay but then why the closest are deeply discounted. Sorry but an outlet the MSRP is usually a fake number that the store makes up to make it look like the garment was once worth a lot but in reality that’s just have a 7 dollar dress and they’re selling it for seven dollars.
MSRP should really stand for Malls Scum Real Problem. To get these prices clothing need for outlets is often have noticeably lower quality. So who cares if it is little cheap I mean this is the only way I can afford this. Except this wasn’t made by the brand at all. Luxury brands often outsource their outlet merge to cheaper manufacturers then slab on the fancy label. How come they get away with that? Dr Lauren McAndrews she researches the fashion industry at the University of Georgia. Honestly this is an open secret in the industry when I was at the gap and product development we never communicated with the outlet team we were completely different supply chains, different yarn, different fabrics, even different factory. We basically were a different company. Ultimately you can call anything an outlet for a factory store the term has no meaning. Outlet stores are so deceptive than four senators have asked the FTC to investigate them.
Frankly traditional retailers are much better you can’t believe anything you read on a label. Clothing today is made so quickly and so cheaply they’re basically designed to fall apart. Fast fashion is killing the clothing industry. Despite what they want you to think you’re not getting a deal at the outlets to paying full price for crap.