Monday, November 24, 2008
On Black Friday, every store is going to have amazing deals and some of the best items may actually become less expensive than the worst ones. Thus, I've simply compiled a list of the hottest and best-quality teen clothing brands.
10. Urban Outfitters
This store has a chic style, with a variety of items from graphic tees to jeans to footweare. Each of their items adds a modern twist to slightly formal pieces.
Hurley is mainly a retailer of street clothing catering to the needs of the hardcore punk. Their real features are their skate and surf wear.
8. Ecko Unlimited
This is a brand a lot like Hurley mainly designed for street use but it really highlights their artists amazing work with fancier clothing.
7. West 49
Although only available in Canada, rumours say that they may soon be expanding to the U.S. West 49 is one of the fastest growing lines of clothing and is mostly for boarders.
6. American Eagle
American Eagle really has apparel for everyone and is quite a large chain. However, I really don't like this AE because it's design is just simply not-so-appealing.
Adidas adds a European tone to all of its clothing and specializes in sportswear. Hence, it isn't as popular in North America as it is in other parts of the world but soccer players generally prefer this brand.
Personally, this is my favorite because it has excellent quality, detailed and well considered designs as well as a variety of different styles. And it does everything without putting a gaping hole in your wallet.
Nike is a leading brand in athletic equipment and apparel and is one of the biggest clothing corporations in the world. Its recognizable Nike Swoosh has really become an icon around the world symbolizing fine clothing for any occasion.
Based in California, this line has really established itself in the clothing market.
Hollister makes clothes that have an old-fashioned and often grungy theme. There's no denying that this is one of the best in the business of quality and will not disappoint in that department.
1. Abercrombie & Fitch
This store definitely has superior quality but not without a massive pricetag. So Black Friday would absolutely be a great time to be looking for this but you're still likely going to be paying more than $20 for a t-shirt, which you can get for 15 at Aeropostale any time. Also, it's items, for the most part, have very plain designs so it's beginning to fall in comparison to some other brands.
One more: Tommy Hilfiger
Tommy has made a name for itself with its polos and shirts, making it a choice for casualwear. Here is one of your choices for a first-date outfit.