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Looking This Poor Is Going To Cost You

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Ignore all those Mad Men and/or Downton Abbey trend reports heralding the return of polish: Folks are still willing to pay the big bucks to look like they go dumpster diving on the daily. Never ones to shy from the culturally absurd, Gawker asked its readers to submit "the most expensive apparel you can buy to make yourself look poor." Their most "egregious" submission include clothes that look like they were the victims of lawnmowers, manual labor, and bird's digestive tracts all for price tags that rarely dip below $300, and with the majority clearing $1,000, easy.
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