You know that cliched saying, “they grow up so fast”? Well I am here to tell you it is completely true. I can’t believe I am saying this, but I recently took my 14-year old son back to school shopping for high school. Yes you heard me correctly, high school. What I thought was going to be a stressful outing trying to find cool clothes for a teenage boy actually turned out to be stress free and fun. Thanks to Boscov’s for sponsoring this post, although all opinions are my own, so I can share with you how to make back to school shopping for teen boys simple.
Do you have trouble figuring out where to shop for teens, especially teen boys clothing and accessories?
My son is a fan of certain name brands like Nike, Puma, Adidas, Nautica, Jansport, so it can be tricky finding a store that carries those brands and more.
This year I discovered a store that made back to school shopping with not only my teenage son, but also my 8-year old daughter, easy and stress free (parenting win).
How To Make Back To School Shopping For Teen Boys Simple
Boscov’s is the store that saved my back to school sanity this year, and made back to school shopping for my teen boy simple.
They carry all the back to school apparel, shoes and accessories for the whole family at prices that are kind to my wallet, which makes me a happy parent.
For under $250.00 my son got a new JanSport schoolbag (my daughter picked out a new schoolbag too), 2 Nike short-sleeved shirts, 1 Nike long-sleeved dri-fit shirt, Nike sweatpants, a pair of khaki colored jogger style pants, a pack of underwear and each kid got a pair of Nike sports slides.
After we finished shopping at Boscov’s, I took my teen out for lunch and a movie with the money we saved.
My favorite part, besides the fact that we got all of those back to school items at one store, was that everything was on sale. Most of the Nike clothing was at least 25% off and Boscov’s doesn’t even make you print out or show any special coupons.
Now you know how to make back to school shopping for teen boys simple, so head to Boscov’s where you can save yourself time, money plus arguments with your teen.