From Wet Seal to Love Culture
News from Briarwood's teens and trends sector
From the August, 2017 issue
Love Culture opened on the JCPenney side of Briarwood Mall in late June. Employees of the "on-trend cute cheap" women's and teen clothing store were friendly but insisted they could not give any statements to the press.
Love Culture replaced competitor Wet Seal in a section of the mall that seems to be aimed straight at teens and trends: it's wedged between Windsor (dresses) and PINK (the teen offshoot of Victoria's Secret) and right across from Spencer's gifts and Vans shoes; Buckle and Forever 21 are a few stores over.
Love Culture (Briarwood), 923-4111. Mon.-Sat. 10 a.m.-9 p.m., Sun. 11 a.m.-6 p.m. loveculture.com
[Originally published in August, 2017.]
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