Fashion brands made in United States

Our Olympians in London are sporting clothes made overseas. But you don't have to if you know which labels to look for.

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Aug 8, 2012 10:40PM
Come on!  If you truly want to encourage buying American made goods,  then you could surely show the average income readers some products that are within reason.  Really,......the high priced suits and shoes you showed in this article are what the wealthy only can buy.  They aren't the ones who are worried about bringing back jobs to our country anyway.  So show us some real brands that are down-to-earth priced.  They're out there and you should have mentioned them to be fair to the readers.  Shame on you, MSN!     To the rest of you, just check the label and put it back on the shelf if it's not made here and providing an American a job.
Aug 8, 2012 11:47PM
I think the Texas Jeans Co is all American made, and more reasonably priced.  Haven't bought a pair yet, but plan on it, as soon as I get back to work.
Aug 9, 2012 1:42PM

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Aug 8, 2012 9:56PM
You forgot American Apparel and Bill's Khakis - just to name a few more.
Aug 8, 2012 10:46PM
You didn't mention the CC Filson compay in Seattle. They have been in business since the gold rush. Admittedly some of their items are now made overseas they have a lot of great tough outdoor and work clothing still made in Seattle. Their Tin Cloth coats and wool coats are second to none. Pricey yes but worth it. or better outdoor sporting goods stores nationwide.
Aug 9, 2012 12:08AM
how can they forget Juicy Couture? Their slogan on all their products says "Made in the glamorous USA!" 
Aug 9, 2012 7:47AM
I don't even have use for the things listed.
Aug 9, 2012 8:40AM
the junk stuff made in the u s a isnt any better than the crap from over seas. i dont know if leviis are made here or not but who in the hell would 50 bucks or more for them. and a lot of crap is made over seas and the companys put made in the u s a on them. this country is just screwed up
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