In this article, we’ve collected the 30 most common types of clothing stores. Theoretically, it may seem that a clothing store is just a store where clothes are sold and there can not be many types of such stores. However, the truth is that there are many different types of clothes stores that have something different to offer and focus on selling slightly different products.

It is important to be aware of how many types of stores there are, because customers who go shopping are often choosing stores to which they will go depending on the specialization of the stores. This is especially important in the case of shopping centers and places where there is a lot of competition between clothing stores.

TYPES OF CLOTHING STORES

 

1. High end fashion boutiques (e.g. Gucci) are the most luxurious boutiques of expensive brands

2. Designer boutiques  (e.g. Joie) – clothes straight from the designer, sometimes expensive, and sometimes from novice designers who are cheaper. Often very high quality at a reasonable price.

3. High street chain stores (e.g. Tommy Hilfiger) – are premium chain stores, offering quite good quality clothes at a slightly higher price.

4. Fast fashion brands (e.g. Primark) cheap, but looking good and similar to premium and high fashion brands but in lower quality.

5. Casual clothing brands (e.g. H&M) for typical daily use

6. Sport clothing stores or Athleisure clothing stores (e.g. Nike)

7. Travel clothing store or mountain clothes and accessories

8. Lingerie store (e.g. Victoria’s Secret)

9. Maternity stores (e.g. Seraphine)  – pregnant women need special comfortable clothes, they are also looking for clothes and accessories that will be useful for caring for a newborn child

10. Kids clothing stores (e.g. Macys)

11. Summer type of clothes store (e.g. Hollister) – clothes especially for summer, ideal for the beach, good for surfers and for holidays in warm temperatures

12. Wedding dresses clothing and accessories

13. Plus size clothing 

14. Clothing for physical workers

15.  Golf amd polo clothes (Ralph Lauren) – clothing suitable and suitable for games such as polo, golf. Elegant and comfortable at the same time.

16. Swimming suits and accessories

17. Winter and north clothes (e.g. Burton) – for skiers and snowboarders

18. Survival and military clothing

19. Streetwear clothing

20. Skate clothing (e.g Westside Skateshop)

21. Metal and rock and roll clothing

22. Hip hop clothing

23. Suit store

24. Jeans shop (e.g. Levi’s)

25. A shop dedicated to scarves, gloves and pocket squares and other clothing accessories like belts

26. Brands specialised in bags, backpacks and satchels

27. Department store (e.g TJ Maxx)  – they often sell many different products at once, also other than clothes (like consumer goods e.g. home accessories)

28. Supermarket selling clothes (e.g. Walmart)

29 Multibrand fashion stores / Concept store (e.g. Matchesfashion) – are types of clothing stores that offer products of several, several dozen or even hundreds of different selected brands and designers.

30. Outlet stores – are shops in which a manufacturer sells its own branded goods, often at discounted prices

 

According to many people, shoes are also an element of clothing. Shoes stores can be another examples of clothings stores.

Read also: 20 Biggest Types of Businesses and Industries

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