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    Jack Wills. Eugh. Overpriced, and actually nothing much to show for it. I mean, you could copy the printed t-shirts with iron-on transfers at home, and save £20.

    Topshop is also a bit out of my budget, but they do have some good stuff...
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    (Original post by ~beccalou~)
    I just won't buy clothes from any cheapo budget shop, you get what
    you pay for & lets face it, its never going to be "classy" stuff is it.
    Pay the extra ftw.
    you wouldn't know classy if it came on your face.


    or on the back of your dress.
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    On this forum we always hear people moaning about JW and Abercrombie (which i love). Therefore, my question is if you do not like these shops where do you shop?
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    (Original post by minimo)
    you wouldn't know classy if it came on your face.


    or on the back of your dress.
    whats that supposed to mean!
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    (Original post by minimo)
    you wouldn't know classy if it came on your face.


    or on the back of your dress.
    Harsh, blunt and to the point, but I have to admit it... in the end very true!
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    Sorry, but Primark! I can not stand their clothes. Mum use to get me a few bits from there whn I was younger and I got about 2/3 wears out of it before the cheap garment went to ****!
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    (Original post by ~beccalou~)
    I just won't buy clothes from any cheapo budget shop, you get what
    you pay for & lets face it, its never going to be "classy" stuff is it.
    Pay the extra ftw.
    Where do you shop thens?
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    Nowhere in particular.
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    ASDA ftw :P
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    (Original post by LouLou815)
    Nowhere in particular.
    :yep:


    I just tend to walk into random shops and hope for the best
    (^_^)
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    River Island, Debenhams, DP, JN, Oasis, KM, H&M, Clarks, Next . . .not often I buy things from these places though as can be kinda pricey.
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    animal, rip curl, gul, next.

    after that I give up and go back to waiting until things have fallen apart.
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    jw and abercrombie :yucky: i say ebay and charity shops and h n m
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    Topshop, Urban Outfitters (rarely, and only really in sale time), ASOS, New Look/Faith for shoes, Aldo for boots and bags, Accessorize/Claire's for jewellery, M&S for tights, Bravissimo for bras - I've found Miss Selfridge good for going out wear this season as well
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    you can't think of any other shops on your own?

    all over the place. I go in all the shops and buy what I like. recently most has come from new look and ebay.
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    Mostly h&m and Topman or Burtons do some nice shirts.
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    Selfridges, House of Fraser, All Saints, Diesel, Topman, various vintage shops around london like retro man
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    Lots of random places...high street regulars:

    DP
    New Look
    Primark
    Miss Selfridge
    Topshop
    River Island
    H&M
    Next (very rarely)
    M&S (for tights)
    Joules
    Ebay (sometimes)
    ASOS
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    For online shopping its got to be this site:

    http://www.yakuza.co.uk/c/tshirts.ht...nd=j-lindeburg
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    Abercrombie and Fitch, would never pay for their rubbish looking hoodies and bland jeans

    Primark, their stuff is cheap and horrible and I'm somewhat of a snob when it comes to clothing, constantly judging others on what they wear
 
 
 
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