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The Hoodie Stop

Partick, Glasgow City

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The Hoodie Stop logo
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The Hoodie Stop

Partick, Glasgow City

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5 December 2014

Initially I thought the Hoodie Stop was just a nice wee gift shop in De Courcy's Arcade, but after a bit of a chat I discovered they also do personalisation of hoodies, tote bags, hats etc, meaning you can get them printed or embroidered with your own designs. Inspiration struck, and with the recent introduction of the 5p bag charge in shops, I really wanted to grab a bunch of tote bags and have them customised. It was super easy to arrange - I popped in store to check out the available bags, and emailed through the design. Communication was great, KJ kept me up to speed the whole time and let me know that the design needed tweeking to make sure it looked really good. The finished bags looked really slick and exceeded my expectations, and were ready to collect in store. I love any excuse for a browse of their stock as there's loads of nice gifts as well - tshirts, purses, handbags, and of course, hoodies. Well worth a visit if you're looking for a gift as you could get something really personal made up for someone. More...

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26 October 2014

When Briony tweeted me pics of panda purses I knew it wasn't going to be long until I was in the hoodie stop. Smudge's panda obsession shows no sign of abating and I'm a sucker for spoiling my girls. The panda purses were gorgeous, but being napa leather were too pricey for smudge. They were very reasonable but too much for an 8 year old with the memory of a goldfish. She has lost purses and/or handbags in all the best family day out locations!Now panda t'shirts are a sound investment and if I'm buying for one then I'd better not leave out the other. It's not like you have ever have too many panda onesies - although we are seriously testing that theory.The hoodie stop was also packed to the brim with wee extras. Bonnie bling jewellery, funky stationery, Psychopants cards and seriously well priced bags. This is a small shop but with a great product range and genuinely lovely service from friendly staff it is well worth a visit.I'm planning a return trip for Christmas shopping. I also have a feeling the girls will end up with a fox t-shirt and onesie matching combo in the not too distant future. More...

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30 September 2014

What a fun shop The Hoodie Stop is!!Been dying to go there for aaages and I finally managed to at the weekend, could've easily bought many more things than I did if it weren't for my somewhat limited budget (booooo! )I've been following them for a wee while on Twitter and have loved the photos of things they've put up, especially their Glasgow-themed products, of course!The other week I saw that they were having a sale and there was the most lovely pink satchel (down from £20-15, bargain!) which I assumed would have sold really quickly cause I couldn't make it in at the time, but when I went in at the weekend, BOOM, there it was! So OBVIOUSLY I had to buy it, it was totally fate and I absolutely love it! (I realise there may have been more than one but please leave me with my fate illusions, if you will...) I also got some birthday presents for my cousin - an I love G33 badge (her neck of the woods, Yelp won't let me type a heart!) and a wee giraffe tea light holder which is just the cutest! She loves giraffes so when I saw it I had to get it! Their prices are definitely very reasonable as well, which is a bonus.They offer a t-shirt and hoodie printing service, as the name would suggest, which I've yet to try - but I've been pretty impressed with what I've seen them do, so if I'm ever needing something like that done I'll be sure to check them out.It's definitely somewhere I'll come back to when I'm looking for interesting gifts or just for a wee nosey about when I'm in the area, the people who run it seemed really friendly and nice too :) A great wee addition to Cresswell Lane! More...

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