When people need new clothes they usually head to the store (or online) and purchase items that look right with the right price.
It has become the norm to care less about the quality of clothing because people think it's hard to tell whether a garment is high quality, and impossible to tell when you can't see the clothes in person.
But if you read these 14 Expert Ways To Tell If Clothes Are Well Made Or Super Cheap you'll learn how to grade clothing like a pro!
In person you can apply the pull test (stretch the garment and see if it easily snaps back into shape), the scrunch test (ball up clothing and see if it wrinkles easily) and hold the fabric up to the light to see how thin it is.
Looking at clothes online? You can grade clothing visually based on a few things- exposed zippers are a sign of cheapness while patterns that match at the seams are a sign of quality.
And when in doubt about durability check for fabric content, because natural fibers such as wool, cotton and silk are more durable than synthetics.