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    I looking for some decent but not overly expensive menswear for a 20 yr old. He is not super trendy (bit of a geek actually) but needs a bit of a wardrobe makeover. He is a Uni student, has a girlfriend and is 6'4" and solid build.Help!! Where do your men shop?

    ETA. I'm not a mum that buys my son's clothes. I want to give him some gift vouchers for christmas for him to buy them. I don't want to just give him a generic gift voucher cause he'll spend it a JB HiFi or EB games and he needs clothes.
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    Jay jays?

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    Myers voucher I reckon, then there are loads of brands to choose from.

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    Quote Originally Posted by summastarlet View Post
    Jay jays?
    I second this^. Heaps of young guys seem to shop there.
    My ex always bought the majority of his stuff from there and he is over 6ft as well.


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    If he's a geek, I'll PM you with a few ideas. =)

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    I shop a lot for DF on asos.

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    Cotton on.

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    Jay jays, cotton on & city beach is wear I get most of dss clothes is he is 15 though


 

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