Justice Closing All Remaining Stores & Becoming an Online Retailer
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Big news in the world of Tween clothing!
‘Tween clothing brand Justice will be closing all locations by early 2021.
That’s right. Justice, the one-stop-shop for the cutest & most on-trend styles in tween girls’ clothing, is closing all of its retail stores after the holidays and switching to an online-only platform.
We first shared the news of Justice closing most of its brick-and-mortar stores due to its parent company’s bankruptcy back in July. Now, all remaining locations will be closing their doors.
Stores are expected to sell out quickly.
Starting immediately, Justice is offering total inventory blowout deals in-stores and online.
When the first round of stores closed in July, shoppers were fast to grab the great deals and merchandise sold out quickly so if you’re interested and still have a store nearby, it may be a great idea to go now!
Keep in mind that all sales are final and Justice is not accepting returns. Also, the discounts typically increase as the store gets closer to closing. It may be fun to keep checking back at your local Justice until it is closed.
Black Friday and Doorbuster deals are still happening online!
The good news is that Justice did announce that they will remain an online retailer.
Through December 24th, Justice is offering sales including Black Fri-Yay with discounts up to 70% on select items. Plus, they’ve consistently offered 50-60% off clearance deals online and free shipping at just $25!
If you have a tween girl and shop at Justice, this may be a good time to shop & save on outfits, clothing & accessory items for the year ahead.