Cheaper than Abercrombie, still hella expensive, but honestly-- who gives a damn?
If you're really that materialistic to be caring what other people are wearing, then you have serious issues. Let the people wear what they effing want to wear. Do I wear Hollister? Not particularly. Do some of my friends shop there? Yes. Do I care? No. Should I? No. If I find something cute that I like there that doesn't cost too much should I get it? Yes.
Honestly people. They're JUST CLOTHES! I can't believe you people are discriminate of people because of their clothes. How effing retarded can you get?
Real Person: "...and...?"
Stupid emo kid: "WHAT A LOSER!"
Real Person: "...and you care, why?"
Stupid emo kid: "Because! They shop there!"
Real Person: "O...kay..."
Stupid emo kid: *runs off crying* "I hate Hollister people! WAAAAH!!!"
Real Person: "...moving on...!"
(is there a contradiction there?)
Girl: I like this skirt. Who cares if someone doesn't? I'm not the one dressing them.
shirt, overisized pants, metal belt, black doc martins, trench coat and multiple chains and rings to make you look "scary" and gothic when you're really a puss = $250.00+
Middle schools in the midwest (Kansas, Indiana, Ohio, Illinois) are the top sellers of the apparel. Ironically, California is one of the least popular hollister co. states. In the top selling states, most kids sport the obnoxious advertisment instead of the much more subtle shirts. Jeans found in the stores are usually light colored, pre-ripped, and EXPENSIVE. You can get the exact (if not better) quality of cloth at Aeropostale on sale for less than $10.
Another ironic point is that most of the shoppers there have no drivers license, therefore they usually have to bring a parent in with them to the stores. The "cool" aspect of the stores is that they have music to hurt your ears and darkness all around with the exception of dim yellow lights on stands which hold the clothing. The majority of adults do. not. enjoy. this. So they forbid some kids to shop there. Go figure.
Girl 2: Wow you conform to a cookie cutter image you should be asha-
Girl: Umm... so what do you spend YOUR money on? Hot topic clothes? That doesn't make you better than me.
Mom: GOD why the hell is this music so damn loud?!?!
Girl: I don't know.
Mom: I can't see a damn thing!