The togs you'll find here are so trendy they are undoubtedly due to be "so last season" in a few months. But that's the best part, because the clothes themselves cost so little you are bound to get your money's worth--not to mention, you'll be so hip it hurts.
American Apparel Concepts, which owned the now shuttered Clue, is hoping to launch the concept nationwide as an American answer to H&M. Though the shop offers fashions for both sexes, women's wear takes up a lot more space than menswear (isn't that always the case?).
When the boutique moved from the Galleria to Montrose, furniture became part of its collection.