Forever 21 is opening a new store concept that is even more bargain-friendly.
The fast-fashion retailer debuted F21 Red in South Gate, California, over the weekend, according to California Apparel News.
At F21 Red, prices start at just $US1.80 for tank tops. Other shirts are sold for $US3.80, and denim is just $US7.80.
The new store is a whopping 18,000 square feet.
Forever 21 opened the store to offer more styles of its cheapest clothes, CEO Don Chang said in a statement.
Forever 21 has more than 600 stores in the U.S. It’s unclear when it will open more F21 Red stores.
With ever-changing styles at cheap prices, it is often credited with changing the way teens shop.
Since Forever 21 has become popular, business at traditional teen retailers like American Eagle, Abercrombie & Fitch, and Aeropostale has declined.
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