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posted by [personal profile] rockstarpeach at 08:57pm on 23/11/2016
I'd say roughly 97% of my wardrobe is from Victoria's Secret and I've got one pair of jeans I picked up at H&M and a hooodie I bought from Boathouse.

Now, I haven't bought new clothes since I was young enough to buy a hoodie from Boathouse, but now some my stuff is starting to wear (my jeans are getting so full of holes you'd think it was the 80s). VS doesn't have a clothing line anymore. Which is such a shame. I HATE shopping and I knew my size there so I could just go online and it was so easy.

Where do people go to buy stuff these days?
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posted by [identity profile] amberdreams.livejournal.com at 11:39am on 24/11/2016
Charity shops for me. Especially for jeans - why pay more?
 
posted by [identity profile] rockstarpeach.livejournal.com at 03:19pm on 26/11/2016
That was a pretty good idea! I went to a few second hand shops, but it was mostly young adult/tween type cothing and I ended up buying a bunch of stuff for my daughter :)
 
posted by [identity profile] amberdreams.livejournal.com at 07:39pm on 26/11/2016
Ah well, at least your daughter benefited from it! LOL
 
posted by [identity profile] roxymissrose.livejournal.com at 03:57pm on 24/11/2016
Everyone I know seems to shop online. Except me, I shop the clearance rack at Target. Working there means not going out of my way, and their miserly discount goes somewhat towards alleviating the pain of shopping. My daughter likes H&M.

I hope I've been of help.
 
posted by [identity profile] rockstarpeach.livejournal.com at 03:24pm on 26/11/2016
We don't have Target in Canada. We used to have a discount department store called Zellers, but they all closed down a couple of years ago and turned into Targets. They lasted less than a year, I think.

Your userpic has definitely been of help... ;)
 
posted by [identity profile] roxymissrose.livejournal.com at 10:41pm on 26/11/2016
I do what I can.... :D

Oh, right--no Target in Canada. I remember. They went in like "Hail the Conquering Hero" and lost everything, including a huge part of my paycheck.
 
posted by [identity profile] snogged.livejournal.com at 04:16am on 25/11/2016
Thrift stores, consignment shops, clearance racks.

I like zulily.com, but you need to know your measurements. They do not have a return policy.
 
posted by [identity profile] rockstarpeach.livejournal.com at 03:44pm on 26/11/2016
Yeah, I've checked out a couple of second hand stores, but I mostly just ended up with stuff for my daughter :)
 
posted by [identity profile] masja-17.livejournal.com at 06:45pm on 25/11/2016
H&M, the "fluffy" section. 2nd hand only have clothes for really, really skinny people :(

<3
 
posted by [identity profile] rockstarpeach.livejournal.com at 03:46pm on 26/11/2016
I've found the problem with second hand stores isn't that they're for skinny people, it's that they're for younger people.
 
posted by [identity profile] amberdreams.livejournal.com at 07:41pm on 26/11/2016
That's weird - here our charity shops have everything, and I have no trouble stocking my wardrobe. I love browsing for bargains - I totally brand shop too. Monsoon, M&S etc... :D

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