My older two daughters have some clothes from there. Another "tween" store similar to Justice that we shop at is P.S. Aeropostale. We also shop at Gap, Nordstrom, and The Children's Place for the older two. For my younger two daughters, we also shop at Gap, Nordstrom, and The Children's Place for them as well as Gymboree, Janie and Jack, and Hanna Anderson.
Quoting styler7:My daughter lived that store 3 years ago. I only bought things with their 40% off coupon and still the stuff was pricey, IMO.
Luckily she doesn't like those styles anymore sand we spend a lot less at Aeropostale ;)
Being that I have all boys, I have never been in there. I have considered it for my nieces. But the prices I saw online turned me off of going in there.
Nope I'm cheap :O)
with two tween girls that are in the same size and only 18 months apart, justice is a necessary evil! they want the stuff from there because "everyone" else shops there too, but fortunately my girls have caught on to the fact that it is expensive, but poorly made clothing and would rather spend their clothing allowances in stores where they get more bang for their buck, the clothes are better made and will last longer (especially since they grow slow and some items hang around here for 2-3 years before they are outgrown).
Yes, That is about the only place we go for my dd. If you get on their mailing list they always send out 40% off everything in the store coupons. Give them your e-mail address & they will honor it w/out the coupon. Also they have Justice bucks:)
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