Where do your teen boys shop?

(11 Posts)
TooWicked Thu 22-Jul-21 16:52:02

DS (17) usually buys band t-shirts when we go to gigs and festivals, but as we haven't been to anything like that for over a year he's desperate for (well I'm desperate to buy him) some new clothes, t-shirts in particular.

He won't wear anything with a big designer logo across it and I'd quite like to persuade him into colours other than black occasionally grin.

Where do your teens shop?

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UnicornMadeOfPinkGlitter Thu 22-Jul-21 16:57:41

ASOS, Bershka and pull and bear. He’s slightly older at 19.
Other than that he likes brands like Ralph Lauren, stone island etc but only the stuff that’s plain with just the tiny embroidered logo.

LouisaMayAlcott Thu 22-Jul-21 17:20:44

H&M, Shein, Pull and Bear, Faker.

PermanentTemporary Thu 22-Jul-21 17:22:50

Charity shops! He also likes Uniqlo and Next used to be good for his body shape (still very slim hipped, v tall).

cheesepizza22 Thu 22-Jul-21 17:24:33

Grind store has a good selection. Offer 10% off as well

QueenofLouisiana Thu 22-Jul-21 18:13:09

DS bought some bits from Hollister today. Tiny embroidered logos.

BlueCowWonders Thu 22-Jul-21 19:05:03

ASOS. You'd never get him inside an actual shop hmm
But he has v little interest in anything other than versions of sports wear.

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Tinkerbellfluffyboots79 Thu 22-Jul-21 19:37:38

My 19 year old likes ASOS and doesn’t care re labels particularly he has some stuff but mostly just ordinary t shirts in purple etc.

16 year old likes 11 degrees/gym shark etc he’s quite particular.

Could you order t shirts online with his fave bands on?

Promap Thu 22-Jul-21 19:55:47

Uniqlo

sparklingbrooke Thu 22-Jul-21 22:40:45

I've just bought slightly younger fussy teen DS a few plain cotton T-shirt's from H&M and added some shorts which I doubt he'll wear but they're there if he changes his mind. I realised today as he walked out the door that his many T-shirt's are starting to look slightly worse for wear and they haven't been updated for a while as he has so many so his wardrobe has been neglected

Maverick66 Sun 25-Jul-21 11:15:40

Hollister........ best washing T-shirt's and shorts you will ever buy.

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