Name brand stores...Why are their clothes such bad quality?
November 23, 2009
Have you ever noticed that name brands stores such as American Eagle, Hollister, Abercrombie and Fitch have adorable clothes but their clothes are really bad quality? Well it's true. The big stores that are in the mall have some of the cutest clothes for today's style but there clothes rip extremely easily! But that still doesn't stop anyone. I buy the clothes from the brand name stores even though they are bad quality and are ridiculously overpriced.

Laura S, 8th, said, "The clothes at Hollister, Abercrombie and Fitch, American Eagle and Aeropostale are very thin. Some of the stores jeans come with holes already because that's what the people want today, but Aeropostale's jeans rip shortly after buying them. Aeropostale I think has the thinnest clothes out of any of the stores around today."

Hollister has some of the cutest clothes out of all the stores, but their clothes rip pretty easily. And Hollister's clothes are extremely overpriced for the amount of stuff you buy. For instance, if you buy two shirts, it will probably cost you at least $30.00 (depends on what kind of shirts you get though)  For one skirt it may cost you up to $70.00! People complain on the pricing of the stores, yet no one stops buying them! Also, how the clothes are made doesn't help because the material they are made out if is very thin.

When girls go to try stuff on at the stores, some things may look great and some may not. If you try something on and you think it fits just right, and you buy it, then good. But have you ever noticed that once you take clothes home, they stretch and rip!? It happens to a lot of people. And if you go to take clothes back, they don't always give your money back or let you exchange them! It can be very annoying.

When Laura was asked,  "What store do you think is the most expensive?" she said, "Definitely Abercrombie and Fitch! No doubt! They rip soon after purchasing which isn't any fun." All of these big name stores compete with each other and try to have the "best deals" on all of this ridiculous stuff!  Even the "best deals" aren't that much different. They say 25% off, but the price still ends up being over $40.00 usually!"

Why buy clothes that rip the first time you use them? It's pointless but that's what a lot of America does today... It's not worth the money!