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.
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