H&M, Target, Forever 21, Charlotte Russe and Urban Behavior are retail stores that sell inexpensive clothing. Wet Seal, Rue 21, Ross, TJ Maxx and Marshalls also sell inexpensive clothing.
Hennes & Mauritz is a clothing store originally out of Sweden that opened its first U.S. clothing store in 2000. H&M sells a wide variety of clothing including dresses, tops, pants, skirts and scarves. The store also sells shoes and accessories. H&M often collaborates with celebrities and designers for their affordable fashion collections.
Target is a discount department store that offers clothing. Target collaborates with designers such as Isaac Mizrahi, Rogan and Erin Fetherston.
Forever 21 offers designer knockoff and trendy clothing at a discount. The store sells women's, plus size and men's clothing. It's also possible to shop online. Wet Seal is Forever 21's sister store. The clothing is often cheaper but not of the same quality. Charlotte Russe is also a sister store with inexpensive clothing.
Urban Behavior is a store that sells casual basics reminiscent of Abercrombie or the Gap. Rue 21 has inexpensive clothing for both men and women. The store often features sales that make the merchandise even more affordable.
Ross, TJ Maxx and Marshalls are similar types of stores in that they sell name-brand clothing at deep discounts. Clothing displays consist of long racks designated only by size.