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Carries sweatshop-free and USA-made men's, women's, and children's clothing.

Has fun, flirty dresses, jeans, and other staples for far less dough.

Features practically every piece of Cal clothing and paraphernalia ever made. In other words, the perfect hunting ground for gifts for your family back home.

The place where skulls and Hello Kitty happily co-exist under one roof.

Sway caters to the Cal crowd with clothes that are more fashion-forward than selections at Bancroft Clothing Company and more wallet-friendly than Urban Outfitters. Keep an eye out for its wide assortment of dresses, jewelry, and shoes that are cheap (but don't look it).

This pop-up shop specializes in "bohemian chic" discounted home furnishings, clothing, and accessories for women, men, and children.

Specializes in brilliantly illustrated urban street wear with a hip-hop flair, designed by artists near and far.

Urban Outfitter's offerings of everything from faux fur-lined jackets to eye-catching undergarments and apartment furnishings will have you emptying your pocketbook in no time.

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