Stores In Norway

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Store Tiers

Shit-tier: The stores that are a common beginner's trap, and should be avoided. Often have poor build quality, fit, and just look plain bad.

Mall-tier/Fast Fashion: Good for basics; t-shirts, underwear, socks, etc. Recommended for poorfags. Buy sparsely and do NOT build a large wardrobe with these stores.

Low-tier: Bit more pricey, but at this stage odds are you'll be dressed much better than people around you. Build quality is a cut above mall tier. Tumblr-core usually fits around here.

Medium-tier: Some entry level designer pieces, and at this point the clothes are very "nice". Quality menswear/streetwear often fits in this category. Fit and build quality are high.

High-tier: High fashion, designer pieces. Top tier menswear as well as some light gothninja pieces can be found here.

Artisanal-tier: Hand-made with skill that approaches that of an artist. This has nothing to do with design and everything to do with production methods. A boring design done fully by hand (example: a full bespoke two button suit) is 'artisianal'. Many designers source their clothing from artisans, but not all designer clothing is 'artisianal'.

Note: Not many good shops here, and you're absolutely fucked if you want effay pieces (You won't find them anywhere in Norway). Buying from shops abroad can get expensive, be prepared to pay 30-40 percent of the total in extra fees (Even when buying from other scandinavian countries). Shipping can be expensive af too, because we're outside the European Union. Use this tool to calculate the total

Buy while traveling abroad or something if you want stuff at an acceptable price. If you want a better life, you should move to Canada.

Brand Tier Description Website
Boys of Europe dLow A store that carries some awkward Norwegian design, the quality is decent but pricey. They also sell Jean Paul which is a more expensive brand. Still, not very /fa/.
Carlings dLow Supplies Nudie jeans, and other similar denim. The sweaters, shirts and tees they carry are overpriced. They have their own line of pants with a terrible fit for 50$, you do not want to buy that shit. (Srs,
Cubus Shit Low end mall-tier, but actually shit. Terrible fits and bad quality. A girls store that happens to sell mens clothing too. .
Volt dLow Volt carry their own brand "These Glory Days" which usually consists of good quality items at a good price, there are of course exceptions. Also carry other brands like Nudie and Diesel.
Gant dLow Diesel-tier. Really overpriced clothing. Quality seems decent, but they have boring designs and ugly pre-distressed denim. Richfags with no sense of real fashion buy clothing from this store.
Jack & Jones eMall/Fast fashion You can find one or two decent pieces in this store, but that's still better than Cubus. Quality is a bit above H&M. Also carry premium-lines.