A young male, usually between the ages of 14 and 25, who is increasingly obsessed with his appearance.
The usual symptoms of a spice boy are a Justin Bieber hair cut (usually with a sweeping fringe), an apparent love for bands that they probably do not like, such as Noah and the Whale or The Kooks and they will usually be wearing a pair of Toms in various colours.
They can frequently be found in shops such as Jack Wills, Hollister and Topman or occassionally in Abercrombie and Fitch. They think that these brands make them look "hip", "cool" and "attractive" when in reality they are ruining these once loved labels.
The spice boy will almost always appear to be arrogant and cocky, and it is a tendancy of the spice boy to think that they can get any girl that they fancy with a flick of their over-hairsprayed hair. In fact, they are spineless and would not get any girl outside of their friend group. They are often known as "sheep" as they tend to follow the crowd.
It is a common misconception that the spice boy is "popular". This is not the case. Take away their Jack Wills gilet and their cockiness suddenly disappears. Their self esteem seems to depend on the amount of likes they get on their Facebook statuses and in particular their Facebook profile picture. In extreme cases, lack of "likes" can lead to depression and sometimes even suicide.
A spice boy is any male wearing a Jack Wills gilet, usually accompanied by a pair of "geek" glasses that are not required and Toms. Justin Bieber is one of the prime examples.
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