A store that sells ultra-cheap, poorly made, really tacky clothing. It should in fact be shut down because everyone from Spokane thinks that it's okay to be dressed head to toe in Forever 21 but it's never okay to do that.
Girl from Spokane:"My shirt fell apart in the wash and this is the first time I've washed it! Aw, and the sequins fell off, too. I wasted $8 on this."
Girl from Kirkland:"Where did you get it?"
Girl from Spokane:"Forever 21 in Spokane."
A large store where you can buy cute clothes for cheap. They have loads of jewelry and sunglasses. Their clothes are either tight or slightly baggy, but it is a very nice store with great security. I would know. I fainted there onec, and they brought me water, and 6 policemen. I'm sure if they fainted in Abercrombie they'd just sort of shrug and push me into a dressing room so they wouldn't have to deal with it.
This shirt is really cute. It costs $12.80 at Forever 21, but I'm sure it would have cost $32 at Hollister!
forever 21 is a very large, very bright clothing store found in large malls and gallerias. i myself love this place, but several people detest it. although they hardly ever size past a Medium, their clothes do run a little big, so its all good =D. they have the most colorful, adorable, and reasonably-priced clothes on the planet. it's like delia's, but more polished and cheaper. their accessories kick ass, too. theres 36454746 pairs of sunglasses and necklaces and bracelets.... whooo... it's amazing. the only down side to this great establishment is their average clientele, who scare the poop out of me. most are sullen abercrombie girls trying to liven up their style, or 20-something sugar babies with bleached hair and spray-on tans buying 3 bags of clothing with daddy's credit card. so yeah- beware of them. they are quite annoying when you're trying to shop. also look out for docile boyfriends carrying girlfriend's shopping bags- theres a lot of those too. so sad.
i bought some awesome-o stuff at forever 21!
A very well-lit store that is found in a lot of big malls. The clothes are very pretty, and usually somewhat inexpensive. All the clothes are made for people that are (in my opinion) under a size 5, have no hips or but whatsoever, and enjoy showing their heavily busted chest. That's why I buy their skirts!
Most of the clothes are actually shirts, most of the time over-decorated, but hey... someone's gotta give nice stuff for cheap!
I just went to Forever 21 last weekend... no wonder they sell sunglasses! It's so friggin' bright in their! MY EYES!
A nifty store found in malls that has a little something for everyone: preppie clothes, gothy clothes, normie clothes, etc. The best part is that their merchandise is inexpensive, which can be a good thing if you're just looking for something nice to wear for the evening, or a bad thing if you're a shopaholic. But beware: if you're walking into the store, don't expect them to be well-stocked with clothes in size medium. Usually their clothes are either too small, or too big. That, and be prepared to stand in a long line toward the dressing room. The reason for the long line is because of the store's return policy: you can only get store credit within 28 or something days and the clothes have to be returned in mint condition (no rips, tears, or splotches, unwashed andunworn). So you have to be exactly sure of what you want and what size you want it in.
Otherwise, way better than Abercrombie, and all the rest. If you're a goth (or somebody who has an underground fashion sense) who shops at F21, people won't look at you or neglect to greet you like they do at Abercrombie, because they'll be too busy rummaging through the masses of clothes and accessories.
I love Forever 21, though I personally prefer shopping on their website rather than rummaging at their store for a shirt that they most likely do not have in my size.
Huge, nice looking, somewhat disorganized clothing store found in malls. So huge that it's painful to look for something you like. Carries some cute clothing, but everything seems to be sized to fit starving toddlers or it's COVERED in sequins.
A shirt with Yoshi on the front I recently purchased from Forever XXI. Size M, feels like XS.
a store found in most malls with a variety of fashionable clothes for less, similar to H&M
. Forever 21 has many fashion items for different style types, such as preppy
, and retro
. It sells tops, dresses, sweaters, outerwear, jeans, intimates, shoes, jewelery, makeup, and more, as well as a new clothing line for men.
I just went to Forever 21, and bought a bunch of cute stuff for cheap!
Forever 21 is an American chain of clothing retailers with branches in the United States, Canada, Ireland, Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, United Arab Emirates, Jordan, Oman, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Thailand, China, South Korea, Japan, Puerto Rico, Philippines, and United Kingdom offering fashion and accessories for young women and men.
Forever 21 rigorously vets plans for prospective merchandise from more than 2,000 original design manufacturers located around Los Angeles, and it takes anything from one to six weeks to order a new product and dispatch it to stores. The company’s image for made-in-the-USA merchandise produced in Californian factories is one of its sales points (even though most items are in fact made in China under the control of US companies). Forever 21’s merchandise does not have uniform specifications, patterns or even sizes; these details vary by supplier. However, in a sense, this creates a certain treasure-hunt type of enjoyment for shoppers.3
Girl 1- Hey! where did you get those shoes?
Girl 2- At Forever21, you know they're super cheap!