I really don't like next, its just too conservative for our age group I think. Hate all those chavvy stores like quiz, and especially jane norman- 35 quid for a jumper that looks like its come off a market stall? No thanks!
USC, Jane norman, MK one, H+M, Republic, Bay, Quiz, Internationale, Peacocks, Primark, need I say more.
Primark, Peacocks, JD Sports, Topman and Republic are one's that I never been into.
My french teacher once told me she thinks of H&M as hit and miss, because some of the stuff is really good, and some is just awful.
I don't like River Island either, in general the clothes over priced and much too chavy.
I'm a jeans and tee girl myself, I'm more about the clothes than the shop it comes from.
Bay Trading! It really is god-awful! The stuff in there always seems really cheap and tarty.
Plus I'm rather against them because I went in with a friend recently and tried on some jeans. Only size that fit were a 16. I'm a 12. I hate shops like that.
(Apologies if I've just offended anyone!)
Alll are SHAAAAABTASTIC
I'd never buy anything from a genuine designer goods store. I don't know how people can justify buying a $900 pair of boots, for example. It's craziness!
I do like my reasonably priced brand name clothes though, so anything no-name that's sold in a no-name store, I don't go into.
99.9% of the shops in Oldham, chav chic.
Jane Norman, Morgan, New Look (actually I sometimes buy shoes in New Look, but nothing else)
Having previously worked at Jane Norman for a couple of years, I can truly vouch for the awful quality of their clothes. Every single thing will shrink in the wash slightly and lose its shape, and all knitwear will bobble after about 3 wears.
Jane Norman, I cannot stand this shop, the clothes cling to your sking, look cheap and it way over priced!
All saints, a branch just opened the other week in belfast and the clothing is rubbish.
The girls stuff in Next is ugly.