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Anyone have a dd who is into skater fashion?

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sweetheart Mon 09-Nov-09 11:33:21

My dd is 9 and seems to be finding her own sense of fashion which I love. She has hated clothes shopping for so long but now she has found her style she is much more eager.

So, I would like to buy her some nice bits for xmas and need some imput from any mothers who have experience in this area as it's not exactly my style and I'd never buy the sort of thing she likes.

We went into a skater shop on Saturday and she likes the big trainers by DC - things like these....www.schuh.co.uk/buy/dc-shoes/?cid=P98&gclid=CO7d27To_Z0CFVBd4wodCUK1pA

She also liked the T-shirts but they were ladies sizes and she's not big enough for them yet. Is there some magical shop that does this stuff for younger girls? She wouldn't be seen dead in anything pink or glittery which is what all the high street shops seem to sell.
TIA

Kbear Mon 09-Nov-09 11:38:51

My DD is nearly 11 and has gone from being Princess Pink and Glittery to wanting to wear jeggings, deck shoes, baggy tops etc. I got her some silver high tops in BHS which were really nice and some red shiny deck shoes in New look (half price!). Also black skinny jeans in BHS and some batwing tops in New Look, plain colours as well as some with "80's" patterns on them.

New Look does a teenage range, so does ASDA, which veers away from the pink stuff.

LittleHarrysMum Mon 09-Nov-09 11:42:12

Switch Skatestore

Not very girly but not a lot of skate stuff is girly I'm afraid.

ledodgyfireworksingedmyeyebrow Mon 09-Nov-09 11:54:14

some here

ledodgyfireworksingedmyeyebrow Mon 09-Nov-09 11:55:57

and here

ledodgyfireworksingedmyeyebrow Mon 09-Nov-09 11:57:16

nice Ts here

sweetheart Mon 09-Nov-09 12:00:43

Kbear, we have got some bits in New Look before but we haven't got a big store with the teen range nearby, perhaps I should look online!

She loved the Crimal Damage stuff here but even a small would be too big for her at the moment, and it's £18 a t-shirt!!!!www.criminaldamage.co.uk/T-shirts-c-254/

sweetheart Mon 09-Nov-09 12:03:07

thanks led - yes Roxy stuff has proven to be popular in the past. Trust my dd to pick designer gear from a young age! hmm

TuppyGlossop Mon 09-Nov-09 12:54:48

This is the skater girl store in the US - lots of DC clothing. I don't know if they ship but you could find stuff you like and then search for a stockist in the UK? The smallest sizes run really small - my DD is a very small 11 and fits into their small size.

TuppyGlossop Mon 09-Nov-09 12:56:11

They do ship internationally - there is a nice little currency convertor at the bottom of the screen under international shipping.

sweetheart Mon 09-Nov-09 14:24:02

thanks tuppy - is there a link?

gothicmama Mon 09-Nov-09 14:25:37

H&M is good for some pieces DD 8 mixes and matches stuff from different shops to avoid cuteness

TuppyGlossop Mon 09-Nov-09 14:58:00

oops sorry! shop.pacsun.com/girls/index.cat

bethjeff Mon 09-Nov-09 17:48:03

Have a look in TK Maxx for young skaterish urbanwear. That's where I take all my nieces and nephews who are of the same persuasion!

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