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SlartyBartFast Mon 31-Aug-09 23:30:07

where on earth do i get them from?
ds wants skinny colourful jeans for starters?

AnyFucker Mon 31-Aug-09 23:32:20


SlartyBartFast Mon 31-Aug-09 23:38:55

oh great, thanks,
do they go up to 14/15s?

AnyFucker Mon 31-Aug-09 23:46:02

not sure, but they do blokes sizes that are quite slim, if that helps

there is also Republic, that do a Mens small that is actually quite small

good luck, 'tis a difficult imbetweeny time ain't it

AnyFucker Mon 31-Aug-09 23:46:20

also try Gap

danthe4th Mon 31-Aug-09 23:50:46

new look, h and m, cult, republic

SlartyBartFast Mon 31-Aug-09 23:57:17

it is difficult, and expensive, we Saw a Republic today <<i think>> but he was being a bit stroppy, so we passed by.


AnyFucker Mon 31-Aug-09 23:58:30

oh well, stroppiness = no new clothes

so there, lol

xxxxBAMBOOxxxx Mon 31-Aug-09 23:58:59


Mumwhensdinneready Wed 02-Sep-09 17:46:22

Top Man. Their small men's size would fit a skinny 12 year old.

RTKangaMummy Wed 02-Sep-09 19:00:08

DS aged 14 has HOLISTER & QUIKSILVER & Primark


Most of his friends have HOLISTER & Abercrombie & Ed Hardy

Milliways Wed 02-Sep-09 20:40:20

Hello RTKM! Long time no see! Can't believe our DS's are starting GSCE's now!!

Top Shop also do XXXS sizes for the very skinny boy

We do H&M, Next (but have reached end of their kids range, DS is small so fits Next size 12) John Lewis, Quicksilver (Sale only) and BHS Flipback range sometimes.

frogs Wed 02-Sep-09 20:42:56

RTKM! How's that boy doing? Dd1 is doing great, has just discovered boys in time for the start of her GCSEs. [eye roll] But as friends, I think, rather than boyfriends. I hope.

frogs Wed 02-Sep-09 20:43:20

Oh, and OP, have you tried Uniqlo?

herbietea Wed 02-Sep-09 20:44:55

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Milliways Wed 02-Sep-09 20:45:24

Hi Frogs - we should have an 11+ class of 2005? reunion!

Is your DD at an all girls school? DS is at all boys but chats to all the girls on the bus in the morning.

frogs Wed 02-Sep-09 20:48:21

All girls at school. Which is fine as far as it goes, and probably right for her at school (she wants to stay for 6th form) but if she were choosing again from scratch now she's said she'd prefer a mixed school. But it's been a tremendous success, we're v. pleased with the school and she's v. happy.

How about yours?

Ponders Wed 02-Sep-09 20:52:04

ebay & TKMaxx both useful. Also Next mail order go up to age 16 which is unusual.

Rather depends on the size & shape of your boy smile

Milliways Wed 02-Sep-09 20:54:54

DS loves his school, and wouldn't change, so far so good

DD was at a mixed Comp & loved that too, but she is going to an all-girls Cambridge College so was glad she wasn't coming from an all-girls school grin

However, she didn't really have a boyfriend until 6th form, and the boyfriend she has now was home-ed, so you never know!

frogs Wed 02-Sep-09 20:56:22

oh, many many congrats to yr dd re the Cambridge place! I didn't know there were any all-girls colleges left, tbh -- there aren't at the other place, I don't think.

Ponders Wed 02-Sep-09 20:57:19

Next older boys

Milliways Wed 02-Sep-09 21:06:25

Ponders - Thanks for Link. I haven't used Next on-line but DS like their stuff and I thought we had outgrown it all.

Thanks Frogs - I think Cambridge have only 2 such colleges left!

Soory to OP for the hijack grin

RTKangaMummy Wed 02-Sep-09 21:25:06

sorry for hijack

SlartyBartFast Wed 02-Sep-09 22:53:08

thanks for further input smile - just came back to this.
i did have a wonder into topman but he refused.
lots of extra shop names to give us food for thought.
do new look do boys?

he is tall and slim btw.

SlartyBartFast Wed 02-Sep-09 22:57:14

ps, i was just thinking of you kanga.. you wont necessarily know me but I used to see you suggesting tv programmes on TV addicts here. and a couple of days ago I though, you hadnt suggested anythign for ages

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