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Wet Seal logo closing all its stores nationwide

Wet Seal logo is reportedly closing all of its stores, the latest casualty on the retail landscape.
But like many other retailers, Wet Seal struggled in recent years as consumers bypassed malls and chose to do their shopping online.
An inquiry to Wet Seal did not immediately receive a response.
CLOSE Skip in Skip x Embed x Share Teen retailer Wet Seal is closing all its stores and laying off workers — it’s the latest in a string of mass closings as mall traffic falls.
Wet Seal exported a California vibe to malls across the nation.

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Wet Seal going out of business, closing 171 stores

Wet Seal, a chain teen-focused women’s fashion store, is planning on closing all of its 171 stores.
According to the Wall Street Journal, the company informed employees at its corporate headquarters that the struggling business would permanently close the office on Jan. 20.
The Journal also reports that all those employed with Wet Seal would be out of a job.
Wet Seal previously filed for bankruptcy in 2015, laying off 3,700 employees in 42 states.
The store originally opened as a swimwear shop in Newport Beach, Calif. in 1962.
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Wet Seal closing all 171 stores nationwide, including at Mall St

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