Post # 1
I am a hoodie and jeans kind of girl (when I am not at work) and I don’t like spending over $30 for a hoodie. Usually I’ll scope out the AE, Hollister, Pac Sun, Zumiez, etc clearance section for my sweatshirts but I feel like I am getting too old for those kind of brands. Granted, I am only 22 and they are very comfortable/affordable… but I just am over it I think. I don’t want a teenage brand plastered on my chest. However, I don’t know where else to go! Where do you get your lounge/weekendwear?
Post # 3
I buy stuff from JCrew, Gap, and Anthroplogie. All my workout gear is from Lululemon.
Post # 5
Charity shops.. you would be surprised at the amount of new clothes (still with labels) and brands that people donate.
Post # 6
Victoria’s Secret. Honestly, 75% of my wardrobe is from there!
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Post # 8
I get my zip up sweatshirts and tanks at Walmart.
I get my comfy pants and jeans at Macy’s and Ross.
Sometimes I can find something I like at Kohls too but thats rare.
Post # 9
I third Victoria’s Secret. Almost all of my sweatpants and hoodies are PINK and a lot of my t-shirts are.
Post # 10
Marshall’s, TJMaxx, J C Penney’s, Sears, Target and Wal-Mart.
Post # 12
I love H&M for comfy clothes! I like their hoodies, because I can get plain ones without any brand, “funny” quote, etc. on them.
@Linz1231: Haha, if I could, I would leave half my paycheck there! It’s kind of a blessing and a curse that there’s no VS store near me.
Post # 13
Marshall’s, TJ Maxx, Forever 21
Post # 14
@maymorganite: I order online 🙂 We have a VS, but they don’t sell clothing, other than PINK.
Post # 15
Sweaters/leggings: NY & Co., Express, Lacoste
Hoodies/sweatpants: Jinx, Think Geek, Aeropastale, Lululemon, Underarmor
I don’t usually go out in hoodies that have logos, they’re more loungewear for at home than anything else.
Post # 16
@Linz1231: The only stores that do are the flagships. They’re opening a 17,000sq ft flagship in London next year and I can’t wait!