Now if you don’t own something from Forever 21, you my friend, are one heck of a person and I congratulate you. Forever 21 is probably one of the most versatile clothing brands for teenage girls; from casual t-shirts to dressy and elegant pieces, they make sure that every “kind” of girl will love their clothes. And heck, they’re doing a brilliant job at it. Another great thing about the brand is that the clothes are reasonably priced. If you’re on a low budget but want something that looks a bit pricey, then I (and probably most teenage girls) recommend Forever 21. A good alternative to this store is none other than Cotton On. This Australian brand has the best circle skirts and the comfiest drape-y pants in my opinion and they’re not too pricey as well. Most of what they sell are for casual looks, but they do have really nice dresses to wear for more formal events.
UPDATE : They are H&M Stores in several malls already!
Oh and if it just so happens that you’re a “common white girl” or at least act like one, you probably have heard of Brandy Melville. I cannot say much about this brand because I never actually got a good feel of their store, but I do know that almost every white American teenage girl LOVES this brand. I don’t know why, and I think I never will.
Of course for all of my punk rock/alternative friends out there, I think we can all agree that Hot Topic is the gateway to countless amounts of band merch/clothing. I used to be so obsessed with Hot Topic and when I finally got the chance to visit one, my mind was blown. There were stacks and stacks of band shirts lined up against the walls and it was heaven to me. From classic artists like Nirvana to younger bands like You Me At Six, Hot Topic has a huge range of band merchandise that will definitely keep you in-store for hours. Usually, they sell their shirts at $20 which isn't such a bad price for a comfy and casual shirt.
- Reign Gonzales
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