Abercrombie & Fitch
3.80 / 5 based on 10,414 Reviews
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Abercrombie & Fitch
- "I shopped there when I was in middle/high school now it's definitely out of my age range, all their clothes and styles don't seem to change and are only directed for ages 12-18" in 70 reviews
- "ambercrombie have some good quality items but they are to pricey on my end but i will recommend there jeans if your looking for jeans that will last for a long time" in 70 reviews
- "•I love this brand but the only downside is they don't always have my size because their sizes run a little bit on the small side" in 38 reviews
- "This may have been trendy back in middle school, but the thought of getting anything from this store now makes me want to vomit." in 37 reviews
- "I also had a bad experience with their customer service but they when they have sales you can sometimes get some good deals" in 36 reviews
I shop here every now and then when they are having a good sale on jeans or classic shirts. I shop there at the end of a season purely because I feel better not paying full prize for their clothes that are not that special compared to some other brands in the same price range. Their clothes are geared toward small people even their men's clothes. My son usually wears a medium shirt, but he has to get an XL in the T-shirts and V-Necks.
To be a bigger man I often search high and low to find clothes that fit comfortably. I ventured into Ambercrombie & Finch and to my surprise I was able to grab casual clothes.I'll definitely be returning.
This store was never my favorite and after the scandals with the sweat shops and the founder being a complete bigot, I know I've made the right choice. I did love their offshoot brand of Hollister, but even that was a stretch seeing as all clothes made by them have always run very small. It targets a niche of consumers that I just don't align with as a curvy, well-endowned young woman. I am ready for this organization to be go belly-up.
I used to love going to A&F when I was in high school, but, really, if you are bigger than a size 00, not a whole lot will fit you. Their size L is probably for a size 2 people. Don't get me wrong. I think they have *some* cute things, but it doesn't matter because it doesn't fit me. Maybe if they had like XXXL (which would probably by the equivalent to a size 7) that MIGHT fit me. So. In the end, Clothes are cute, but their sizes are VERY off. Only for SUPER skinny people who don't eat anything besides water or are just really lucky and have a high metabolism rate. Or maybe live at the gym.
Although I've passed the age range that this brand is directed towards, I still love the fit of their jeans very much. Great quality, but definitely on the pricey side.
First off, the associates are snobs, second of all EVERYTHING is overpriced, even for a t-shirt just because it has a logo on it! Third of all, they only support anorexic people. If you're not a size 0 then don't bother going here because not only will you not find clothes but the employees will give you dirty looks. Also, the store has WAY too much perfume going through the air vents that it gives you a headache. It smells good but its way too strong.
It used to be one of my always-go-in store but now it's way too crowded to even get to the fitting room and the amount of cologne/perfume being sprayed all over the store gives me a headache. The clothes are way to pricey which you can find a better deal somewhere else with a much better style. The jeans are what I'm fond of but even now, there are better stores that you get more value for less than what their clothes retail for.
Abercrombie and Fitch doesn't have that many sizes to choose from and everything runs really small. I think a lot of their clothes are over-priced and it's hard to find sales throughout the year. Plus, I think the CEO is horrible after what I've heard him say about their "standards" of who wears their clothes. I certainly do not want to support that kind of negativity. So all in all, I don't find a lot of good things with this store.
I'm not impressed by this brand. I used to wear it all the time when I was a teenager but honestly, it's overpriced and the sizes are too small. I'm 5'6'' and weigh a good 105 lbs and I wear an XS or Small in every brand out there but when I go into Abercrombie, I'm picking out a medium or a large size because they are TINY! I feel like I suffocate when trying to squeeze into their clothes. Not worth it for the prices and definitely not worth it for the fashion. Buy it somewhere else for half the price.
Personally, I don't like A&F at all. My thought is that most of their shirts and other clothes are just covered with their brand logos and simply the words, "Abercrombie and Fitch", etc. I can't deny that some of their clothes are cute, but the prices they are selling their clothes for is ridiculous, it is really overpriced. The clothes run really small also. It's not the world reality! I don't think A&F deserves one star either.
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Did you know? Abercrombie, Gilly Hicks, Hollister....all the same company by the way. And they use to have Ruehl too.
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