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So where do you buy your teenage boys' clothes?
So where do you buy your teenage boys' clothes? Seems you can get clothes for teenage gals everywhere, but I'm really fighting to get clothes for teenagers! So the only place where there seems to be a proper library is Sports Direct! Seems you can get clothes for teenage gals everywhere, but I'm really fighting to get clothes for teenagers!
So the only place where there seems to be a proper library is Sport Direct! We have all the teenager assortments in our range and Next and Debenhams are on-line, if not in their outlets. h&m and primary as a rule - it's much more difficult to find things for guys than for gals, he doesn't dress up in track suits, so the sport outlets aren't good. Some of the rollerblading outlets are good too.
I have begun to give my adolescent girls cash to get his clothes because I have no clue and he is not interested, but they seem to be enjoying it quite! Also, H&M, primary, if its something called then its usually base boys. Right now I like to dress in denim and a Poloshirt.
Well, I'm just asking myself if you could hear me last weekend stamping around in Bluewater and asking exactly the same questions in many stores. I have a very nearly 14 year old boy who is really at the 15 year old and I have found that some of the businesses mentioned are actually only up to 14 years old - H&M, Gap, BHS for example.
I' ve also found that the price missiles once you begin looking at S or XS men - very unfair if you look at just how much girlish stuff is out there! Using trawls on the web I find out that Asda has apparently launched a teenager series, very small and I visit with little expectation of stocks in the morning!
Well, I would buy basic things like plain teas etc. in Ashda and then buy trendy boutiques for clothes from fashionable retailers, adding to it that Water Iceland would be the first stop. My boy is 16 and stores on Amazon.
From time to time he also gets things from TK Maxx. Best of luck............ again a saleswoman in M&S told us that more families should be complaining about their young, because she is always annoyed about them. I' m so with you Claire! With 3 kids, 2 of them teenage girls is a total nightmare when it comes to clothes.
More than half of the stores stop at the ages of 13, and the men's fashion is rare and widespread if you have a household bill. And it took 6, yes 6 different stores to get enough for all 3 because 2 elders are the same height and it would be kind of a battle if they had the same design.
Best of luck............ again a saleswoman in M&S told us that more families should be complaining about their young, because she is always annoyed about them. Though many of the stores continue around 13/14, there are some, at least on-line, that go up to 16. When your stores do not have these quantities in stock, order on-line and have them shipped free of charge to your dealer.
The TK Maxx is another good place to search both the small men's x size and the young people's clothes. but I' m gonna go look into it. Teenagers are about sport stamps. I like my D-S1 to do design work, but it works so it can buy it. The DS2 has design crap for Christmas, birthday celebrations like Fatherdry, Raylaur, etc.... but both are LOVE Matalans for everyday use and especially genuine leather denims.
The guys like to get the labels, it's an on-line store that makes labels lower, you can get some really great offers. I' m a small 14-year-old and have had difficulties getting trendy, inexpensive clothes for several years. Except for sport stores, the best places I found for him are probably Blu inc, Officer Clubs, Next and Top Man.
The demo series in the catalog was practical in little woods. It' is an area that needs to be expanded to be frank, as many older guys do not want to carry what the 10 year old boy wears and want clothes like their older brothers and sisters or colleagues.