How stores ended up with too many (wrong) clothes

How stores ended up with too many (wrong) clothes

How stores ended up with too many (wrong) clothes Remember when we couldn't get enough athleisure or pajamas? Now, the hottest question for clothing retailers is whether they've got an "inventory glut" — too many extra styles, sizes or colors that aren't selling that well. Levi's, for example, ended up with too many jeans, Gap with too many shirts and hoodies, Kohl's with fleece and pajamas. Nike has been discounting shorts, t-shirts and sandals, and Adidas and Under Armor have …