When I think of shopping for clothes to go back to school, I think about fighting with my mom. JK, lol. Doesn't EVERY kid though? We take a look back at stores we miss.

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A vivid memory for me comes from the late 80's begging for I.O.U. sweatshirts and Guess jeans at Merry-Go-Round. Boy, were they expensive.

There were two local stores I had to hit, too. Shoes for Her and Sunshine Blues, both in Turnersville.

I also really loved Clover, Kids R Us, Pasta (which used to be in the Echelon Mall), Contempo Casuals, and Joyce Leslie.

And, then I think of department stores like Strawbridge's, Gimbels, and Wannemaker's.

From local apparel stores to national chains, we asked listeners to share with us where they miss shopping for back-to-school clothes. Here's what they said:

19 Stores We Miss Shopping for Back to School Clothes

Where did you use to go Back to School shopping? Let us know in the comment box below!

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