7 Luxury Brands That Are Worth The Money *IMO | 7 Expensive Brands I Love

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In this video men’s style, grooming, fitness and lifestyle expert, Aaron Marino of IAmAlphaM, AaronMarino, and Pete & Pedro goes over seven luxury brands that he adores and loves! Note that this post is not sponsored!

When you spend a lot of money on a product, it all comes down to a per-wear cost. If it’s timeless and classic, the time per-wear cost goes down. If you spend a lot on amazing suit but you don’t wear it, it’s expensive!

Disclaimer: Don’t spend a lot of money to buy luxury brands. Debt is horrible. Don’t buy things you can’t afford. Alpha grew up poor. He was thrifty and purchased second-hand. You can look good without spending a lot of cash.

Alpha Absolutely Loves These Luxury Brands

1. Rolex | Timeless Luxury Watches Rolex’s movement and maintaining value are what Alpha likes.

2. Tani USA | Men’s Underwear code Alpham25 for 25% off This underwear is the most luxurious and soft. They’ll change your life, and once you try them, you won’t want to wear anything else.

3. Ted Baker | Men’s Clothing & Accessories Alpha’s Ted Baker pea coat is one of the best purchases he ever made. The quality and fit are unmatched. All of their clothes are incredible in terms of quality, fit, and fabric.

4. Coach | Men’s Leather Accessories Alpha gets more viewer questions about this jacket: “Dude where did you get that jacket!?” Coach makes the best leather jackets! All of their stuff is incredibly beautiful but expensive. His jacket is timeless and classic so he can wear it for years to come– the per wear expense is low.

5. Santoni | Handmade Italian Luxury Shoes These shoes are very comfortable. Alpha didn’t need an insert! They also have a rubber sole with Blake stitch.

6. Gentleman’s Gazette | Men’s Socks These Egyptian cotton socks go over your calf and never fall down and are worth the price.

7. SUITSUPPLY – It’s the best men’s store for suits, jackets, shirts, pants, and more. Their stuff incredible and classic. Suits run from $400 upward.

Comments

Phantom Vlogs says:

7:52 i thought my computer was broke

rock star says:

Is coach making that leather brown jacket now also I mean in 2019

James says:

Rolex Daytona is sexual dude! amazing choice :)

Trevor Reenan says:

them sweat rings tho

TheClipperKing says:

Life is unfair when an annoying little dwarf fuck like you is all over youtube to the point I stumble on your shite videos/adverts more than id like …… i wish youtube had a feature where i could block myself from this toilet so id never have to watch this big nosed cunt again

FF AMO says:

You sweat pretty hard

Henry Tate says:

Not a watch guy so no hate please. But what’s all the fuss about Vincero?

Devin Hartlaub says:

Tommy Hilfiger is my expensive brand, can’t get enough Tommy and probably never will

Joe Glowacki says:

Sweat marks on your white shirts. Ted Baker

blobby panda says:

Alpha, you have giant sweat patches.

Alex Dunning says:

Coach is my fav brand ever it’s amazing I own so much coach stuff and they last soooo long

Bhavya Sushant Bansal says:

Superdry is the best

VIVA FPV says:

that was underwear ad

Killer Mike says:

off white

richard plotzker says:

Prada

Saturnino Fonseca says:

Alpha m. Tom Ford is a great luxury band I love and wear. Quality is amazing and the tailoring is very helpful

Emin Lemon says:

7:54

Ruben Cadmus Namata says:

arent the leather jackets the ones he sent to antonio?

Giorgi Shengelia says:

It is so pathetic when someone teaches you how to look fake-rich ))))

Matt Grey says:

You mentioned Rolex and before I continue to watch the rest of the vid I wanted to comment. I know you talk about cost per wear and how a good buy will last a long time but IMO that was drastically understated in the Rolex segment. That Milgauss and Dayton are expensive but they are watches that will last several lifetimes. When you purchase a Rolex, you’re potentially buying a family heirloom and something that could be passed down for literally generation after generation. That’s bang for your buck no matter how you look at it.

Alex van Varik says:

Well… I love the Wallets from Castelijn & Beerens

Red Hunter says:

Then the Rolex controversy happened…

Ruben Perez says:

dam, every dam video of this guy is a sales pitch for some shit to buy. Take a hike shorty

It's For My Time Pass says:

You’re right!!

Matt Grey says:

I’m a new subscriber and I like the notion and idea of a video recommending quality products and suggesting those products, but for the most part, the brands in this video are based on a very small sample size. That is to say – Ted Baker, Coach, Santoni all seem to be based on a single product. Even Rolex is based on the limited experience of only 2 items. While 2 of the other items were 1.) underwear and 2.) socks (reall? Socks and underwear for two different brand names of quality products?) That leaves… what? One brand!?

I don’t know if your experience with these brands extends beyond these 1 or 2 products and you’re just using that 1 product as an example, but it did not sound that way. With that, I’m a big fan of quality. In the past, I’d buy a $100-$200 coat every season and one year I fell in love with a RL leather 3/4 and it’s been absolutely great. That was 12 years ago and it just gets better (broken in look and feel and more comfortable fit) with each passing year and to top it off, I get compliments on it constantly. I wore it yesterday for the first time this year and 4 different people commented on it. Quality products are often more expensive because of they quality in materials and workmanship and they generally (when you shop/ purchase intelligently) wear better, fell better, and last longer and they also feel more comfortable the longer you own them.

I’m not criticizing the video. As I said, I like the idea of this video. I just thought I’d offer a little food. Not food to eat, but food for thought. As a suggestion, I think breaking it down differently would have made for a better style of vid. For instance, by type of clothing. 1. Underwear (socks and underwear). 2. Suits – talk about a few brands or retailers. 3. Casual wear (jeans, sneakers, day to day clothes). 4 Footwear – name a brand good for dress shoes and one for casual. 5. Watches – watches are big with me. 6. Coats. 7. Cars (I don’t know. Just a thought. You seem to like to make lists of 7’s). And name a few brands in each category. Maybe it’s just semantics because you would have covered the same things just complied the list differently. It’s just a thought. In fact this entire comment was a passing thought that spiraled out of control. Lol.

A Sodium Duck says:

I find designer street ware is usually worth the premium

Bob Mob says:

Get shoe trees for your shoes dude.

Cesar Varillas says:

What about bape

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