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Old Oct 5th 2017, 5:13 pm
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NEXT, M&S and New Look also ship to the US for free. TopShop has a US presence and you can buy online.
A little limited, but TopShop is sold in Nordstrom's.

The missus, usually gets stuff from M&S, since the local NY&Co closed as it was quicker and cheaper than getting stuff locally.

H&M is good for kids stuff.

Pink at VS, not that they try to aim at teens, is pretty much teenware.

Primark, is over here. I didn't particularly like our local one that opened up, but it's good for kids at least.
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Wish I could get my teen to shop at Gap or Old Navy

Her list is:
Brandy Melville
PacSun
Hollister
American Eagle
Ivivva for leggings
Patagonia
North Face

For me (also in my 40s) I've recently discovered:
Madewell
Splendid
I also like Loft and Abercrombie
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Wow N1cky, your teen had expensive tastes!

I've never heard of Brandy Melville (probably not here in the North East) but The North Face and especially Patagonia are very expensive, even when they have a sale on!

However my son and spouse ski and snowboard so they do have The North Face and Patagonia outerwear, but it's best to go for decent clothing when up in the mountains
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Wow N1cky, your teen had expensive tastes!

I've never heard of Brandy Melville (probably not here in the North East) but The North Face and especially Patagonia are very expensive, even when they have a sale on!

However my son and spouse ski and snowboard so they do have The North Face and Patagonia outerwear, but it's best to go for decent clothing when up in the mountains
IMO you're not missing anything not having Brandy, although the kids here love it, I find it overpriced for the quality.

She really does have expensive taste, she makes the most of sales. She too is very hard on her clothing, as she climbs. The free repairs on Ivivva leggings has been put to very good use. If she has cheap sports wear, she has holes in them after a couple of wears.
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