If you didn’t wear at least a shirt from there, you might as well sit in a corner. You’d even be an outcast to the outcasts.
Today: You see the store around in malls and a few middle schoolers wearing it. I wonder if the reputation ‘hollister is for skinny people’ had anything to do with it?
All the cool outcasts shopped there, just not you.
Today: Of course they still exist but where? They’re not in every mall. Should you see one? You may go in for body jewelry or a cool T-shirt, maybe — but you can get that shit cheaper elsewhere!
The only socially acceptable place (besides Gap) to buy your clothes if you can’t afford Hollister. Why? It’s still from the mall. An “old navy” shirt means you didn’t get it from Walmart or Kmart.
Today: You probably still shop there for a few things? Why? Because there not ridiculously priced and have sales.
The brand preppy kids with money wore. Did you care if you wore it, nope. Their clothes weren’t that cute.
Today: A grandma probably shops there.
If you didn’t shop there at least once, you weren’t a teenager. Hell an outcast of the outcasts again.
Today: They still exist? Where? I haven’t seen them in a mall over a decade.
People loved to get their jeans from until they found out their teacher did too.
Today: They still exist? They’re also leaving malls.
Victoria’s Secret pink
It didn’t really start to become a thing until I left high school in 2008. It was mainly a thing for college kids.
Today: 40 year old women and 13 year olds are wearing it! Seems like, the last couple years not so much!
Some popular snobs people wanted to be like shopped there.
Today: You realize those popular snobs didn’t have money, they could get those clothes on sale there. Hell, you’ve shopped there more after high school — until they started making most of their shirts crop tops! You’re not ‘forever 21’ anymore, you’re 30!
The only brand name stuff I own is from Victoria’s Secret/Pink,(because their clothes are worth the money and cute) some Under Armour and Adidas. I only spend money on crap I’m going to wear, keep awhile, and doesn’t break the bank. The fuck I care where it’s from? I don’t. It’s eventually going to end up in the trash or donated. I’m also a pretty basic Target mom…