Debenhams, Topman, River Island, Littlewoods
T-Shirt from a gig (but most of my t-shirts come from Burton)
Jeans from Burtons (though Ive also got jeans from Next)
Hoodie is from trespass (but my other hoodies are from Uni)
Boxers are from Primark (but Ive also got ones from Burtons and George)
Also, in terms of shoes, I don't like proper trainers, so my shoes are all terrain shoes from Trespass (about halfway between trainers and walking boots). Ive also got smart shoes from Clarks and steelies from an army surplus store.
how has a thread about where people DO buy clothes been merged with one about where people would NEVER buy clothes?
A&F and Hollister. So pretentious.
i dont really like River Island anymore- some of their stuff is so strange.
I have gone off New Look- i dont feel its good quality. For one off buys, yeh its fine. but i prefer to pay more for it to last more than one season.
i really likie Marks and Spencers atm, everyone thinks its for the older generation, but once you go in and look - you can find some really nice pieces esp. their shoes!!
don't like river island, never find anything in there. sizing in dorothy perkins is just weird and the clothes can be soooo boring. jane norman is horrible and looks really cheap. you can find the odd thing in new look but it still looks cheap and the prices aren't THAT low, if i want something that will fall apart and has a garish colour i can get it for half the price at primark...i mean if you're buying jeans or something for £20 you might as well head to tk maxx and get some proper ones that fit nicely for the same price, i found a pair of 'seven' jeans there one for (fittingly) £7...
Never have, never will.
Others include: Topshop, H&M, Bay, Republic
I'm not shop-ist, I'll shop wherever really if i find something I like.
primark, jane norman, topshop, river island and newlook.
I would never shop in any shops aimed at older generations, i.e. Bon Marche etc. But other than that, i'd never say never. Have to say, i've never went into Jane Norman, Quiz, Internationale, Bay Trading etc and liked the stuff! But i wouldn't ever rule anything out to be honest.
Most highstreet shops. Not in a snobby way, it just all looks the same.
Abercrombie & Fitch.
It's ok for socks and PJs, but all the clothes are CRAP quality.
But one time I wanted a cardi and I went to primark and they were all like $9 (sorry no pound sign) and not that nice. Then I went into mango and bought one on sale for 12.
Primark should remind itself it's the happy hour of the clothing world - grab as much as you want for a tenner xDD