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  • Millennials love athleisure wear
  • Millennials love athleisure wear
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Millennials love athleisure wear

Traditional apparel retailers are struggling. Teen brands like Abercrombie & Fitch, Aeropostale and American Eagle are downsizing and changing their strategies, while C. Wonder and Wet Seal have shut down locations. The problem? Millennials want more casual clothing.

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