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Lacoste. The brand for the fashion conscious individual, with sleek designs and a logo which is known to just about everyone due to the tennis links. Lacoste was founded in 1933 by a tennis player called René Lacoste, the idea behind the 'green crocodile' logo was due to fans calling him 'the Crocodile' on the tennis court as he was very tenacious and peseverant.
The brand produces a wide range of high-end products including footwear, clothing, eyewear, perfume and most importantly its tennis apparel.
High quality is apparent throughout the brand and purchasers will enjoy top quality products, the price tags however can be on the steep side and should be purchased with consideration as you're handing a lot of money over!
They produce fantastic styles that are extremely up to date with the latest fashions and you can't go wrong with a few polo shirts!
All in all a fantastic brand.
Lacoste is a designer make of clothing which is very good quality and stylish, however very expensive. Lacoste have their own shops throughout several locations and also have their brands in shops such as House Of Fraser.
Lacoste also have their own brand of aftershave, I won't review this purely for the fact that this is titled Lacoste clothing!
The clothing is of very good quality and Lacoste do have unique styles, the pricing though is VERY expensive and does normally put me off. I would love to have more Lacoste clothing but it's just too pricey for me, £90 for a polo shirt for example.
You can normally pick up a plain coloured polo shirt for Lacoste for around £50-£60, they are very nice and very comfortable and a nice top to have for a night out. For a unique styled polo shirt this will cost you more in the region of £80-£90. You can also pick up jumpers and cardigans between £80-£100. Jackets and tracksuits will cost you in excess of £100.
I would recommend only using lacoste clothes for nice clothes to go out in, but if you don't earn loads of cash then you won't be able to purchase a wardrobe full! One tip I would give you is to check very.co.uk as they sometimes have Lacoste clothes in their sales.
Overall 4/5 as the qaulity of clothes is great, I can't increase this to a 5 though due to the pricing.
Lacoste is sold nation wide and is a french brand, there clothing both guys and girls is amazing price and quality. me and my boyfriend have been buying lacoste clothing for years and they have never dissapointed us. they continue to impress us. our favourites are the polo shirts for the guys as they looks smart and aswell as for the girls as they are light and very suitable for the gym or working out, or even just going out in the day with a pair of jeans. The prices are good for the quality but there not cheap. but highly recommened, i have never come across a person that has been dissapointed with lacoste and i doubt i will ever meet one. it is a huge brand and suitable for all type of people and occasions. there sportswear has a large range as we are in to working out and theres always something to choose from.
Lacoste is a brilliant good quality brand that offers relative value for money as well a great cool retro style. Their shoes are really cool as they offer great value for money (around £50) and can be cleaned easily to look brand new as they are very hard wearing. I have 5 pairs of Lacoste shoes and I dont regret buying any of them as they are all stylish and very well made. Also the logo is in my opinion very trendy as it is bright and eye catching and people recognise it. Everything I have bought from Lacoste is also made of top materials and their is nothing that is not properly made. I would advise anyone to buy from the Lacoste brand as it is totally cool and I really like their retro style that is unique and stands out from every other brand as Lacoste. My advice is always buy Lacoste.
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Lacoste clothing in general is of a high quality with a good, solid brand, denoted by a crocodile. They manufacture jumpers, t-shirts, shirts, jeans, coats, trainers, shoes, accessories and are probably best known for their polo shirt range, that is of a similar ilk to Ralph Lauren's polo shirts. Like RL, Lacoste make plain polo shirts with the Lacoste badge but also differentiate themselves by producing some very stripey and colourful polo shirt designs!
Personally, I am a big fan of Lacoste's plain polo shirts as they are fashionable, good for both smart and casual occasions, of a very good quality and simple. Also, the collars are like cardboard, so if you wanted to put the collar up, it doesn't just flop straight back down! I also own a pair of Lacoste trainers, a very expensive Lacoste jumper and some very nice shorts by them - all of which is great quality but as I say, pretty pricey! I have also had some Lacoste aftershave in the past and was very impressed by that.
However, the Lacoste brand has been slightly tarnished over the last couple of years through its association with 'chavs' - probably as a result of the brand's increased availability on the high street in shops like JD Sports. Lacoste also has its own dedicated shops and their clothing can also be found in many House of Fraser stores across the country. Overall, I like Lacoste, maybe not as much as I used to, but I still respect it as a brand and rate the quality very highly.
Once upon a time Lacoste was a premium brand and well although it is still considered 'designer' i think that they have put out some pretty trashy items in the recent past. However there are still many quality items they produce and can be found on the high street at a reasonable price. For me personally i have always liked the plain Lacoste polo shirts in the most basic of colours. Although it is a very simple piece of clothing, and it may appear that the only thing seperating it from any other polo shirt is a label i would have to say you are mistaken. The quality of the shirt is unmatchable and the few i own have lasted my a few years and are still in great condition..the reason i like them is because they are what i would describe 'smart/casual' so good for everyday wear yet still smart.
I have also owned several pairs of Lacoste trainers in my time, two pairs which looked like the old tennis shoe and one more quirky design which i havn't seen anywhere else before. I picked all of these trainers up at a discounted price in store sales or online so for me the price was reasonable...between £30-40.
The quality is great, the stitching has all stayed in tact and the rubber soles have not worn down much at all. The leather is easy to clean apart from the white part where scuffs show up quite easily (but this is the case with all white footwear i would imagine) the trainers have kept their shape and are still very comfortable to wear.
Lacoste as a brand is very fashionable. Before I review the clothing range i will give a brief background to the brand itself.
René Lacoste was a retired professional tennis player when he set up La Chemise Lacoste in 1933 with André Gillier, the owner and President of the largest French knitwear manufacturing firm at the time. They began to produce the revolutionary tennis shirt Lacoste had designed and worn when playing tennis. There was also an influence of golf and sailing in the clothing design. The brand increased in popularity and the 70s saw a large increase in the number of sales under the new management of Bernard Lacoste, the son of the former owner. The brand has grown into the popular fashion line it is today and has had many examples of famous sports personalities wearing the line. Examples include Andy Roddick and golfer José María Olazábal.
There has been criticism of the brand for its association with the 'chavs' however this is misplaced. Lacoste in no way has the same 'chav' problem as, say, Burberry. Lacoste is a popular brand among many young people.
The famous polo shirts retail at around £60 each, with knitwear jumpers going for around £100 and jackets at around £150. There are many outlets for Lacoste clothing, such as House of Fraser. The brand also has examples of Shoes and Fragrances. The Lacoste Red aftershave is a particular favorite of mine.
For anyone considering purchasing Lacoste clothing you can be assured of getting a good quality, very fashionable item. Due to the popularity of the line, there are forgeries out there so its best to purchase from a legitimate retailer.
If you're searching for quality clothing with a 'cool' label, lacoste is the place to look.
I've recently purchased some lacoste trainers from JD Sports and they are rather eye catching, with a number of comments.
The quality is far more superior than the previous pair of K-Swiss I owned, where the trainers practically fell apart within a few days of purchasing. Lacoste seems to e better built with more durable materials, let alone the fact it looks pure 'sex'.
The only problem I find with lacoste is that, due to it being a highstreet brand, many 'chavs' buy into this clothing so it may give off the wrong impression.
I have a lacoste watch, some shoes and a number of Polo shirts, all of which rival that of Ralph Lauren, Fossil and K-Swiss.
They do a lo of smart-wear too which is great for a night out, and their formal range is very smart without the alligator being too much 'in your face'
I love my designer clothes, I don't drink,don't smoke and don't do drugs (although I'd at times wished I did). So I tend to save up and go on shopping sprees, big ones.
My last outing was in April where I found myself looking into the window of Cruise in Glasgow, I thought "right I'm going in to have a blow-out", I went inside and looked around for about a half an hour, I had seen one or two pastille coloured shirts by Lacoste that I really Liked, costing GBP85.00 and GBP105.00 respectively I tried them on, and took them to the checkout.
I had a Gala day coming up in June so decided not to wear them till then. On the day of wearing the lemon coloured one, it was extremely comfortable, a lovely light material and a cracking fit, this was about my 5-6th Lacoste shirt I had bought from Cruise, I was with my daughter and partner and could hear people remarking on how nice the shirt was.
Spending this kind of money on something as trivial as a shirt divides people into two groups, those that buy the quality brand name because they know that these are hard wearing, comfortable dress pieces, and those that think spending anything over GBP10.00 on one is a waste of money, I am forever telling my auld man that it is not quantity that counts, but quality, nevermind.....
I think Lacoste are a great brand and produce some really nice stuff, especially on the shoes front. It was well over a year ago now that i bought a pair of velcro fastening white Lacoste trainer type shoes. Usually being the first person to destroy a pair of shoes i was thinking they would only last a few months but much to my surprise they are still going strong, even though maybe they do need a bit of a wash. They combine being pretty sturdy with, in my opinion, looking great. At the same time i bought a couple of polo shirts as well, which were relatively expensive, but they are really good and i think are still pretty fashionable even after the amount of time i have had them. You can guarantee the quality of the garments produced by Lacoste and if you have a few quid in your pocket this summer i suggest buying some Lacoste stuff.
Lacoste clothing is a french company that has been in business since approx 1930. Lacoste is available form Lacoste stores nationwide but also sold in other retail outlets such as USC Clothing. Lacoste is a designer brand and at the top end of the fashion market, they are most well known for their polo shirts- and knitwear sporting their famous crocdile logo. However they also produce glasses, perfumes, watches etc.
I am not ahuge fan of Lacoste (which is just as well as I cannot afford to be ) but have purchased items in the past.
I have previously purchased a ladies pink fitted lacoste shirt, costing at the time £89 and also a pink ladies polo shirt costing at the time £90.
I loved both of these items are they were both well made with lovely soft fabrics, pretty colours, washed well and always looked like new, however I did think that the price was a bit over the top for what I think are quite basic items.
I have more recently been in a Lacostestore looking at childrens clothing. I am a fan of their childrens clothing as I always find them to come in attractive bright colours, however, I could just not justify a purchase due to the price. On average a child outfit, trousers and a t-shirt were coming in at £150, now i'm afraid I am far too miserable for this.
Good quality deigner clothes, but I feel very expensive for really very basic every day designs