7 ’90s mall stores that still exist today

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Are you a #90skid who spent your allowance on punk rock tees at Hot Topic? Or an early #2000s kid who spent your weekend digging through sparkly headbands and butterfly clips at Claire’s?

Well, it’s time for a #throwback.

Tons of your favorite mall retailers and brands from your tween days are still alive and kicking today. Although some didn’t make it through the retail recession (R.I.P. Wet Seal and Sam Goody), many big names stuck it out and are even making quite the comeback.

We’re looking at you, Limited Too.

After changing its name to Tween Brands in 2006 and shuttering or rebranding most locations a few years later, Blue Alliance acquired the name Limited Too and relaunched almost 200 stores in 2016. That’s right — You can still go pick up a glitter tee at your local mall.

Even early 2000’s staples like Abercrombie and Charlotte Russe made it through the age of jewels and glitter and are stocking their shelves today with up-to-date trends.

So who else is still standing?

Limited Too




Charlotte Russe

Abercrombie & Fitch

Hot Topic

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