It's never a good thing to have to say a permanent good bye to the things we once knew. During our teenage years, we ask our parents for an allowance to cop crafty graphic and midriff tees and distressed jeans. We would spend hours in the mirror snapping pictures for social media, hashtagging our favorite pieces, always rotating them in our wardrobe.
As retail companies such as NastyGal, Wetseal, Payless Shoe Source, HHGregg and now Rue21 file for bankruptcy and prepare to close their stores, resulting to thousands of employees unemployed, the teenage to mid age fashion store, BeBe, has added their name to the list.
According to USA Today, the brick and mortar company is preparing to close approximately 120 store locations by the end of May 2017. Bebe has sign ed a deal with Tiger Capital Group to liquidate remaining inventory (which means good sales).