Finding a youthful and beautiful clothes is not always so easy. Of these clothing stores aimed at teenagers, which do you prefer? Most are brands of American youth clothing.
Wet Seal is a young women's clothing retailer headquartered in Foothill Ranch, California. It carries low, budget or economy priced brand name and company-designed apparel and accessories. The company was founded in Newport Beach, California by Lorne Huycke in 1962 as "Lorne's." The "Wet Seal" name comes from a comment Lorne Huycke made during a fashion show commenting that a model wearing a bathing suit looked like a "wet seal."   The company was incorporated as Wet Seal in 1990. [ 5] In 1995, Wet Seal acquired 237 Contempo Casuals stores from the Neiman Marcus Group. Contempo Casuals would continue to use its own name until 2001, when the remaining stores were converted into Wet Seal stores. The company then launched the Arden B. brand in November 1998 and changed most of the remaining Contempo Casual names to Arden B. In June 2010 the Blink by Wet Seal concept was announced.  As of November 22, 2006, Wet Seal has 428 locations in 48 states and Puerto Rico.  The company reported to expand 50 new stores in 2011. The Wet Seal, Inc. and its subsidiaries operate as a specialty retailer of apparel and accessory items for women in the United States. It operates three mall-based chains of retail stores under the Wet Seal, Arden B, and Blink by Wet Seal brands. The company's Wet Seal stores offer apparel and accessories for teenage girls. Arden B stores provide feminine, contemporary collections of fashion separates and accessories. Blink stores focus on denim products for the same teenage girl market as Wet Seal, but with store sizes of 1,600 square feet (150 m2) versus the 4,000 square feet (370 m2) of Wet Seal.  It also operates Web-based stores, which include www.wetseal.com that offers Wet Seal merchandise; and www.ardenb.com, which offers Arden B apparel and accessories. As of January 30, 2010, the company operated 504 retail stores in 47 states, including 424 Wet Seal stores and 80 Arden B stores. The Wet Seal, Inc. was founded in 1962 and is based in Foothill Ranch, California. The chain made a failed attempt to purchase County Seat in 1996.  Wet Seal typically serves the same audience and competes with Deb Shops, Forever 21, and Charlotte Russe.  In 2013, Wet Seal laid off 35 employees, mostly at the headquarters due to competition from Forever 21 in order to save $ 3.8 million a year.  In 2013, Wet Seal reached a $ 7.5 Million settlement with minority plantiffs who charged that the company directed managers to fire African American employees who they thought did not fit the company's brand image which is the "Armani look, white, blond hair And blue eyes
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Delia's, Inc. (stylized as dELiA * s), is a direct marketing and retail company composed of two lifestyle brands primarily targeting girls and young women around the ages of 13 to 19.   Delia's is also popular among college women, as many of its clothing and accessories are mature and affordable for college-age students. It is the leading marketer to teenage girls in the United States, selling to 10-24-year-old females
Cotton On is an Australian retail chain operating in Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore, United Arab Emirates, Germany, Philippines, South Africa and the United States. 
Charlotte Russe is a specialty retail chain store in the United States. The company is targeted toward women in their teens through twenties, however it serves a multitude of women who enjoy fashion. The company is based in San Diego, California. Being an American based company, they own and operate stores in 45 states,  usually in high visibility areas such as malls and shopping centers.  The company was founded in 1975 by the Lawrence Brothers.
Founded in 1990, focused on table sports, Roxy is the fashion brand created by its sister brand Quiksilver.1 In 1993, the Roxy logo was born, a heart-shaped wave being an adaptation of the Quiksilver logo. Since its inception, Roxy has grown and has become a great fashion company for young women. In addition to clothing, the brand also has accessories, household items, items for surf and snow, suits, footwear, books, preferences and various other product categories. Brands under the Roxy seal include Roxy, Roxy Girl and Teenie
American Eagle Outfitters
American Eagle Outfitters (NYSE: AEO) is an American textile accessory company based in the South Side neighborhood in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It was founded in 1977 by Mark and Jerry Silverman as a subsidiary of Retail Ventures, Inc., a company that also operated Silverman's Menswear. The Silvermans sold their property in 1991. For a time, they sold accessories from brands like OshKosh B'Gosh in the early 1980s, similar to Gap and Levi's. American Eagle (also known as Am. Eagle, AE, and AE Outfitters) specializes in attracting young clientele. One of the best selling and successful products of American Eagle Outfitters have been the Low-rise jeans, Polo shirts, graphic shirts (with the AE logo and the year established) and swimwear.
Aéropostale (pronounced / ˌɛɹoʊˈpoʊstɑl /), or simply as Aéro, is a textile company in the United States that sells casual clothing for young people in more than 800 stores throughout the United States and Canada. Stores tend to be located in shopping centers and shopping areas. Aéropostale sells fashion clothing including t-shirts, jeans, underwear, accessories and swimsuits for young people between 14-17 years old. Clothing is sold at an average of less than $ 50. Aéropostale has surf brands like Jimmy'Z, in which it has 14 stores in the United States. The company logo is a small butterfly that is usually found on the left hand of women's clothing, and on small bulldogs or A87 logos of men's polo shirts and woven shirts.
Abercrombie & Fitch
Abercrombie & Fitch (IPA: / 'æbɝkrɒmbiː ænd' fɪtʃ /) is an American fashion company under the direction of Mike Jeffries.5 The A&F brand focuses on casual clothing for consumers between the ages of 18 and 22. With more than 300 branches in the United States, the brand has begun its international expansion in several global stores. The company also operates four other brands: abercrombie children (ages 7 - 14), Hollister Co. (ages 14 - 18), RUEHL 925 (ages 22 - 35, closed) and Gilly Hicks (women's underwear) collectively for consumers between ages 7 to 35 years. Founded in 1892 by David Abercrombie, A&F specialized in excursion clothing. He battled in the 1960s financially until Limited Brands bought something in 1932. Under Mike Jeffries, the company was repositioned as the "Casual Luxury" brand of the present.
H&M is a Swedish chain of clothing, accessories and cosmetics stores with establishments in Europe, North America, the Middle East, Africa, Asia and Latin America. It has a total of 2300 own stores distributed in 44 countries and employs approximately 76,000 people. It also sells clothes by catalog and through the Internet in certain countries. H&M is the second largest textile group in Europe in billing. In 1998, H&M was able to purchase the Internet domain HM.com.1 Apart from Calvin Klein CK.com, H&M is the only company in the fashion world that starts with the "VB.com Internet Hall of Fame" with An Internet address with only 2 letters.
Forever 21 is an American chain of clothing retailers with branches in major cities in the Americas, Europe, Asia, and the Middle East that offers clothing and accessories for young women, men, and teen girls. They also have a "Forever 21 kids brand".
Hollister Co., HCO or simply Hollister is a clothing brand "American Life" style of the company Abercrombie & Fitch. Inspired by Southern California, the brand is designed to attract teenagers and young adults between the ages of 14 and 18 and is sometimes called the "Brandon Carlson" look. The brand sells clothes with the HCO logo, and is only available at Hollister official stores and at hollisterco.com. The brand was ranked as the number one brand for teenagers in the United States.